We are excited to be taking the title of Hamilton’s premier photo booth Rental Company. We have proudly served variety of events such as Wedding Reception, High School Prom, Homecoming Dance, End of Year for POA Club, Birthday Party, Prom, Special Occasion, School Event, Corporate Event, and Sorority Event etc. Some of our favorite hotspots are Courtyard by Marriott Hamilton - Hamilton Flea - Oscar Event Center - RiversEdge at Marcum Park
We provide an affordable photo booth rental at an affordable price for Hamilton, Ohio with no extra travel fees! You read correctly, Picture Perfect Photobooth Rentals does not charge travel fees for photo booth rentals in Hamilton, Ohio!
Our photo booth Rentals comes bundled with a photo booth attendant, no matter what price or package you sign up for! That means you can rest assured that you photo booth rental in Hamilton, Ohio will operate smoothly and become an attraction you wedding or party guests can enjoy!
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Only need the photo booth for a few hours? Will no photo booth rental company in Hamilton, Ohio give you a low price? Perhaps they require a minimum of 4 hours? Not with Picture Perfect Photobooth Rentals! Even our Hamilton Ohio photo booth rentals can be two-hours! Need more? We'll be more than happy to help you book today!
The Hamilton Fort was built in 1791 by Northwest Territory’s Governor. The settlements began to grow around the fort in 1794, so it was platted as the name “Fairfield”. It was the 1st incorporated town in 1810 in result of Ohio General Assembly’s act. Once the town lots its status, but it was again incorporated in 1827. This town obtained the city status in 1857. By the start of 20th century, the city has become a huge manufacturing hub for various industries.
The city is rich in its history, culture and architect. There are many parks in the city for recreation of people such as Millikin Woods, Joyce Park, Miami Woods, Sanders Park etc. If someone is fond of architecture, then Butler County Courthouse is a great place to visit as it has also been listed by the National Register of Historic Places. Some of the other attractive places are Hamilton Summer Park Concert Series, Fitton Center for Creative Arts, Butler County Soldiers, Sailors & Pioneers Monument, Butler County Museum, Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum, and Hamilton Fairfield Symphony Orchestra.