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Tate House Marble Mansion

Venue highlights

Indoor and Outdoor Spaces
Food and Beverage Provided
Upgraded rentals included

Venue details

Style:

Event Center, Mansion, Ballrooms

Guest capacity:

Accomodates 240 guests

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Services:

Ceremony / Reception

Indoor / Outdoor

Location:

61 Marble Mansion Lane
Tate, GA

Description:

Just 45 minutes north of Atlanta is the elegant, pink marble mansion known as the Tate House. The classic southern fantasy is felt throughout the stately plantation like setting. The gardens invite you to stroll through the centuries old oaks and to host your garden wedding amongst the six flowing fountains and picturesque statues surrounding the outdoor wedding site. This Georgia outdoor wedding venue features the 19,000 square foot mansion and 4,000 square foot formal ballroom. It is an excellent example of the “second renaissance revival style,” which is an adaptation of Italian and English classical styles. Built as a private estate home by Colonel Sam Tate, land baron, philanthropist and business tycoon in 1926, it is now open as one of the most spectacular Atlanta wedding venues. The venue offers a variety of wedding packages, so whether you’re dreaming of a casual reception in an English garden setting or a grand affair in the elegant Southern mansion, the Tate House can make your wishes come true.

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Tate House Marble Mansion

Venue Highlights

Indoor and Outdoor Spaces
Food and Beverage Provided
Upgraded rentals included

STARTING AT $11,500 FOR 100 GUESTS

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