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Meetings & Celebrations at Top of the Rock

Choose from over 20 private venue options surrounded by natural beauty at Top of the Rock. You and your guests will enjoy magnificent spaces, unique activities and world-class dining when hosting an event at Top of the Rock.

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Chapel of the Ozarks

Resting at the highest point in Taney County, Missouri, this enchanting, three-story chapel boasts incredible floor-to-ceiling views of Table Rock Lake through a glass backdrop. As you enter through antique pine wood doors, the chapel opens to soaring 23-foot vaulting ceilings with seating for up to 180 guests. Say “I do” in one of the most breathtaking venues in the Ozark Mountains only at Chapel of the Ozarks.

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Wine Cellar Event Room

  • Occupancy Up to 100 people

A stone-lined stairwell leads from Buffalo Bar to the expansive End of the Trail All-American Wine Cellar below. The banquet room, complete with Amish hand-hewn beams and glass doors that open to an infinity pool, is the perfect space for your next meeting.

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Osage Restaurant

  • Occupancy Up to 310 people

This iconic structure at Top of the Rock showcases breathtaking views through floor-to-ceiling windows and rustic touches ranging from rugged wood beams and centerpiece iron chandeliers to rich leathers, tapestries, custom artwork and native artifacts.

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Buffalo Bar

  • Occupancy Up to 210 people

Located on the lower level of Top of the Rock’s Osage Restaurant, Buffalo Bar is a unique space featuring patios and open-air dining that showcase the most spectacular views of our Ozark’s Sunset over Table Rock Lake.

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Arnie’s Barn Restaurant

  • Occupancy Up to 215 people

Named in honor of Arnold Palmer, Arnie’s Barn offers stunning views of Top of the Rock and the Ozarks Landscape. The beautiful, rustic structure began as an old barn near Arnold Palmer’s hometown of Latrobe, Pennsylvania. The 150-year-old barn was carefully disassembled by Ozark craftsman, Danny Schwartz and his family, transported to Top of the Rock and rebuilt plank by plank.

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