Billingsley House Museum

Indoor and outdoor spaces, BYO, Valet parking

Starting at $3,251 for 50 Guests

Starting at $3k for 50 Guests
Starting at $3k for 50 Guests

Overview

Billingsley House is a brick Tidewater Colonial plantation house that sits on 430 acres overlooking the confluence of the Patuxent River and the Western Branch. Less than an hour from Washington, D.C. and only 20 minutes from the Chesapeake Bay, the house and land were named for Major John Billingsley, the original 1662 land grant owner. Built around 1740, Billingsley has been substantially altered and modernized both in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, yet it is still one of the oldest structures remaining in the County and a unique example of a plantation house. Your lovely outdoor ceremony takes place on the green lawn overlooking the river, and you’ll say your vows surrounded by sweeping views of the water. After the “I dos”, your guests will enjoy cocktails and a scrumptious meal under a fantastic tent on the lawn. The house offers a stunning balcony, perfect for wedding photography. The picturesque views of the river and surrounding wooded areas provide a secluded atmosphere for your reception. Enjoy dinner and dancing under the stars as all your friends and family witness your joyous day.

Amenities And Requirements

Amenities

Bride's dressing area
Dance floor
Day-of coordinator
Groom's dressing area
Kitchen for prep only
Large parking lot
Outdoor lighting
Tables and chairs provided

Requirements

- Alcohol must be served by licensed bartender/caterer- Amplified music OK indoors and outdoors- Approved outside caterer allowed- BYO alcohol- Music must end by midnight- No glitter, confetti, etc.- Smoking in designated areas only- Venue must approve all decorations

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