Cairnwood was designed by the renowned architectural firm of Carrére and Hastings to be a home for the industrialist John Pitcairn and his young family. Completed in 1895, Cairnwood evokes the grandeur of the Gilded Age with its intimacy, beauty and elegance. While it maintains the atmosphere of a private home, it is available for events such as weddings, corporate entertaining, fundraising and social events of all kinds.
Attached to the Historic Scottish Rite Auditorium in Collingswood, New Jersey, Collingswood Grand Ballroom was renovated in 2003 and offers an elegant space with a 2nd floor mezzanine perfect for larger events, cocktail hour, or overlooking the action. Complete with a digital surround-sound system, wireless internet access, and one of the largest dance floors in the area, it is the perfect place to host an event, and perhaps the most impressive feature of the ballroom is its elaborate central staircase. Centrally located minutes from Philadelphia and all major highways, this convenient location makes it ideal for those traveling short or long distances.
Greystone Hall is at the center of a complete English country estate built in 1907 for Philip M. Sharples (1857-1932). Greystone Hall's architectural integrity has been remarkably preserved. The main wing of the mansion stands today essentially as it was designed, built and decorated, with furnishings and carpets from the Jerrehian family.
The National Museum of American Jewish History is situated on Philadelphia's Historic Independence Mall. The Ballroom is an amazing venue to celebrate events such as weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, private parties, corporate events, and fundraisers. The adjoining outdoor terrace affords breathtaking views of the City and Independence Mall. The 3rd floor Freedom Experience is an amazing space for a cocktail reception, or an intimate dinner. The floor to ceiling windows also offer the same view of the Mall, but from an enclosed terrace. The Dell Theater is the perfect setting for all of your conferences, lectures, presentations and ceremonies. Can accommodate from 15 – 750 guests.
National Museum of American Jewish History (dusk), © Jeff
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Listed in the National Register and newly renovated, Phoenixville Foundry is the newest and largest special event space in Chester County with 18,000 square feet of flexible event space. The Foundry can accommodate events of every size, budget and taste.
Once the site of the Phoenix Iron and Steel Company, Phoenixville Foundry is a unique blend of Richardson-Romanesque-style industrial charm and interior modern amenities that will add an elegant sophistication to every occasion
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Product Launch, Team Building, Fund Raisers, Karaoke Parties, Bar & Bat Mitzvahs, Wrap Parties, Rehearsal Events, Concerts & Weddings! This unique Center City venue is guaranteed to fit all your entertainment needs: state-of-the-art lighting, sound system, DJ booth, moveable stage, musicians and culinary amusement!
The Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum is one of the greatest collections of racing sports cars in the world and can handle functions of almost any size: from 10 to 1000-2000. Rental areas include, but are not limited to, The Mille Miglia Cafe, which can handle smaller groups, and/or the Main Exhibit Floor, which can handle larger functions. The entire Museum can accommodate 2000 easily. The Museum has three acres of free parking and ample rest room facilities (Including handicapped). There is also two, upstairs conference rooms for smaller meetings, sales meetings, seminars and luncheons.
This charming and historic mansion and sprawling 6 ½ acre landscaped artistic Playground is a beautiful and unique venue for any wedding or special event. Minutes from Center City, Philadelphia, just off Kelly Drive, Smith is nestled among the plentiful trees and expansive lawns of Fairmount Park. An elegant three story mansion, Smith’s Playhouse is surrounded by terraces and porches that overlook the property and Fairmount Park. Inside, The Playhouse boasts graceful dual staircases, large windows and warm woodwork – perfect for cocktail hour and reception. The breathtaking lawns and whimsical Playground offer ceremony locations like none other. Make your own history at this amazing venue.
This magnificent Center City mansion is a historic landmark that is perfect for hosting your upcoming special event! It is owned by the Philopatrian Literary Institute and is registered by the Rittenhouse Square Historic District. The mansion is registered on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1870 by architect Wilson Eyre, Jr. who had been commissioned by Thomas McKean to build a spectacular home for his son, Henry McKean, as a wedding present. Thomas McKean was the namesake and descendent of one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. As one of the last remaining Rittenhouse Square mansions, Stotesbury is guaranteed to be distinctive. Echo the style of millionaires, business magnates, and U.S. Presidents who graced this Philadelphia landmark. FUSING OLD WORLD WITH URBAN CHIC
In 1871, the Pennsylvania Railroad built the original Bryn Mawr Hotel on the site that is now called the Baldwin Residence. In 1887, before a fire engine could arrive by train, and despite the heroic efforts of the dining room waiters, the building burned to the ground. By 1892, it was replaced by the current five-story chateau-style structure designed by Frank Furness, a Philadelphia architect.
Center City Philadelphia's hottest new private event venue combines rich history, elegant design, and state of the art technology to help you create a celebration worthy of our most important occasions. Event space also features roof top deck with fabulous views of the city skyline and the waterfront.
Philadelphia's premiere down town location and the only 19th century, two story, wedding, private event and party venue site situated in an elegant and beautiful gallery setting. An ideal location for up to 350 guests.
Home to the First Troop Philadelphia Calvary - the oldest continuously active military unit in the nation - this imposing stone castle houses memorabilia and artwork (including some by Charles Wilson Peale) related to the Army National Guard troop.
The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is committed to providing affordable, well-equipped performance, meeting and reception space to fulfill the needs of the Philadelphia community and beyond. Host your event at the Annenberg Center, from performances and lectures in their full service professional theatre, to parties and receptions, the Annenberg Center has just the space for you. The Annenberg Center lobby spaces are great for receptions, parties, banquets and meetings, and also double as excellent exhibition spaces that are capable of accommodating all technical needs. Rent our space for your private or public event or hold your event in conjunction with one of our many performances.
Surrounded by 24 picturesque acres, the sprawling field stone home is a handsome example of early Pennsylvania farmhouse architecture dating back more than 300 years. The property, originally part of a land grant from William Penn, is carefully maintained as an arboretum and bird sanctuary. With its blossoming trees and boxwood gardens, stone walls and clear streams, Appleford provides a serene sense of beauty in every season.
Surrounded by beautiful grounds complete with gardens, a gazebo and patios, the mansion provides an ideal setting for both indoor and outdoor affairs. The interior includes a grand foyer, wood-paneled library, Crystal Dining Room, parlor, and several quaint rooms with chandeliers, fireplaces and charming turn-of-the-century décor.
Experience 18th and 19th century history through the events and lives of people associated with Belmont Mansion in Fairmount Park in Philadelphia, PA. Built in the early eighteenth century, the Mansion is one of the finest examples of Palladian architecture in the United States. The Belmont Mansion property became part of Fairmount Park in 1869, and is now an underground railroad museum open to the public for tours. Events take place in the dining room of the annex building, which is next door to main mansion, and on the outdoor porch next to the annex. Historic Belmont Mansion is not only beautiful inside but also boasts a spectacular view of Center City Philadelphia in the distance.
The renovations of the Blue Ball Dairy Barn began in the spring of 2004 and it is now open to the public. This two-story stone barn connects Delaware's past and present with a collection of unique cultural artifacts housed in a contemporary multifunctional space. Nestled in a scenic state park in northern Delaware, yet convenient to major roads and highways, the conference center's galleries feature the Delaware Folk Art Collection and offer spacious reception and meeting rooms, including a large open banquet room and a secluded courtyard for picturesque outdoor accommodations. The facility is ideal for meetings, training and conferences, and the secluded courtyard can be used for tented and other outdoor functions.
Fifteen miles from where America declared its independence, Bolingbroke predates that event by about half a century. The Spring House bears the inscription "1727". The house's original field stone, some of it still intact, was brought from Colonial gristmills along Gulph Creek. In 1901 the property was purchased by Ledyard Heckscher. The noted Main Line architect, R. Brognard Okie was retained to renovate, remodel and enlarge the home to what you see today.
This charming summer estate sits gracefully atop a hill overlooking the Delaware River. Vintage sun porches open onto rolling manicured lawns with picturesque landscaping, a cozy gazebo and spectacular views from every angle of the property. In addition to a formal parlor and dining room, this grand home includes three period bedrooms to accommodate up to six overnight guests. Situated within walking distance from the house is the Cauffiel Barn, a rustic alternative in an elegant setting. The Cauffiel House's comfortable charm and picturesque setting provide a refuge from the modern world. The surrounding grounds feature a gracious canopy of mature trees and a quaint gazebo.