Best Outdoor wedding venues in Maryland

Our Curated List of the Top 10 Maryland Outdoor Wedding Venues
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    College Park Marriott
    Hyattsville, Maryland
    Nestled in a park-like setting on the University of Maryland campus, the College Park Marriott is the perfect backdrop for your dream wedding. Whether you're thinking of hosting an intimate gathering or a large soiree, our team effortlessly delivers exceptional service for events up to 600 guests.
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    Antrim 1844
    Taneytown, Maryland
    Escape for the wedding of your dreams in the timeless elegance of picturesque Rose Gardens. Surrounded by 24-acres of manicured lawns and historic architecture, the historic Antrim 1844 will dazzle your guests with superb cuisine and exceptional service. Our all-inclusive wedding package are tailored to accommodate guest lists from 2 to 220.
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    Bethesda Marriott
    Bethesda, Maryland
    Throw the celebration your wedding day deserves at Bethesda Marriott! Recently renovated, it sits on 15 acres surrounded by pristine landscape. Stylish, sleek and sophisticated, it exudes contemporary elegance from the moment you step into the lobby to the last dance in the Grand Ballroom.
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    Best Western Plus Hotel & Conference Center
    Baltimore, Maryland
    Realize all your wedding dreams beyond your expectations. Choose the Best Western Plus Hotel & Conference Center, just 3 miles from the Inner Harbor, for impeccably planned and executed weddings. their dedicated wedding and catering staff will assist you in planning your special day with wedding ideas and walk you through all the details for a perfect hotel wedding in Baltimore.
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    Billingsley House Museum
    Upper Marlboro, Maryland
    Built around 1740, this Tidewater, plantation house from the colonial era is steeped in local history. Once owned by several leading families, BILLINGSLEY HOUSE is one of Prince George’s County’s earliest historic treasures. Only 20 minutes from the Chesapeake Bay, the brick house and land were named for Major John Billingsley – the original 1662 land grant owner.
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    Pier 5 Hotel
    Baltimore, Maryland
    Lights dance across the lobby floor and climb the walls with the power of the music behind them. Brightly lit sculptures, incredible works of art and smiling faces fill the lobby with life and joy.
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    The Carriage House in Columbia
    Columbia, Maryland
    Oliver's Carriage House was built in the early 1800s as the barn and stables for a large private estate in Howard County, Maryland.. Inside the building, you'll find the original stone walls, exposed wooden beams and grand fireplace. Outside, the tree-lined grounds, colorful gardens and landscaped brick patio add to its historic charm.
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    Newton White Mansion
    Mitchellville, Maryland
    NEWTON WHITE MANSION offers an elegant and refined atmosphere for your guests. The estate is set alongside a beautiful golf course that spans over 586 acres of land. This Neo-Georgian style home was built in 1939 by architect William Lawrence Bottomley for Captain Newton H. White of the United States Navy.
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    Prince George's Ballroom
    Landover, Maryland
    A circular driveway leads you through the portico to the front door of the PRINCE GEORGE’S BALLROOM. One of the largest in the Washington, D.C. area, this ballroom is a former art deco country club. This design first appeared in France just before World War I and quickly became adopted in the United States following the end of the War.
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    Oxon Hill Manor
    Oxon Hill, Maryland
    Take a journey back in time as you make your way down the winding driveway and open lawns to OXON HILL MANOR. Admire the spectacular views of the Potomac River alongside flocks of wild turkeys that roam freely around the property. In 1927, the home was purchased by Benjamin Sumner Welles, the U.S.