Over 150 years ago, the master builder Abner Cook was commissioned to build the notable Greek revival home, now known as the Neil Cochran House Museum. Featuring stunning architectural craftsmanship, private historic rooms, a lush garden, and a charming balcony, the house is all yours on your big day. Pose against regal columns on the balcony or on the grand staircase for a truly memorable experience in one of Austin’s oldest and most architecturally significant structures. For a stunning ceremony, make your way across either the front or side lawn with the breathtaking house as your backdrop. The beautiful outdoors are also a perfect location for cocktail tables and benches or a white tent to dine and dance under with your friends and family. The intimate parlor is ideal for small gatherings or a stop along the way to the reception for hors d’oeuvres or drinks. No matter which way you choose to customize your wedding day, the Neill Cochran House Museum is a beautiful spot to celebrate your special occasion.
Indoor/Outdoor Ceremony, Indoor/Outdoor Reception
Max Indoor Ceremony: 50 guests
Max Outdoor Ceremony: 200 guests
Max Indoor Reception: 50 guests
Max Outdoor Reception: 200 guests
Flexible start time. Events must end by 12:00AM.
The rental fee is $2,500 for a ceremony and reception and includes 6 hours of event time excluding set up and clean up. Additional hours can be purchased at a rate of $150/hour. A nonrefundable security deposit of $500 is required.
The average wedding cost at Neill-Cochran House Museum is estimated at between $10,482 and $24,806 for a ceremony & reception for 100 guests.
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|Bride's dressing area|
|Groom's dressing area|
|Day of onsite manager|
|Full kitchen facilities|
|Parking can be arranged|
|Venue must approve all decorations|
|Wheelchair access limited|
|Approved outside caterer allowed|
|Amplified music OK indoors and outdoors|
|Alcohol must be served by licensed bartender/caterer|
|Music must end by 10:00PM|
|No chocolate cake or red wine indoors|
|No rice, birdseed, or sparklers|