View from the Hinman Settler Road
View from the back patio
The elegant 1831 Federal mansion, the Samuel Read Hall House, is set in the rolling agricultural landscape of Brownington Village, a National Historic District. From every direction beautiful pastoral views enchant the eye. There are two parlors, a library, and an old fashioned kitchen, all with working fireplaces. The house also has a small code compliant kitchen, and a handicap access bathroom. The east side of the house has a bluestone terrace overlooking the museum grounds. Upstairs, a sitting room, bedroom and private bath are available for the bridal party to dress and relax with friends and family. The grounds are designed with a space adequate for a tent up to 100 feet long, a convenient place for a caterers’ tent, and parking.
The house can seat 40 guests, the terrace 24 guests, and the grounds can accommodate groups up to 150 guests. The fee for the site is $1500.
Prospect Hill, where the Museum owns the Observatory, can also be rented for outdoor wedding ceremonies. The fee for that site is $100.
Please call us at (802) 754-2022
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the details.
For links to businesses that provide wedding services (i.e. photographers) visit our Wedding Links page.