Wedding VenuesJeremiah Lee Mansion
A possible backdrop for the ceremony site/ urn can be moved and the steps would make a great "altar" location for the couple.
The front of the museum where guests would be dropped off via shuttles and enter gardens on the left side.
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The view from the lower lawn (reception tent location) of the back of the museum.
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The view from the lower lawn (reception tent location) of the back of the museum & gardens.
Guest entrance to the side of the museum to the ceremony site.
Guest entrance view to the ceremony site/ urn can be moved and the steps would make a great "altar" location for the couple.
The side of the museum and either a backdrop or end of the aisle for the ceremony.
The lower lawn & gardens where the reception tent would be located.
The lower lawn & gardens where the reception tent would be located.
The gardens where guests would mingle during cocktails.
The side of the museum and either a backdrop or end of the aisle for the ceremony and then can transition to the cocktail hour.
The side of the museum and either a backdrop or end of the aisle for the ceremony.
The side and back of the museum/ far side would be an ideal location for the catering tent.
A great photo opportunity for the couple and/or immediate family/ bridal party. No guests to be inside the museum during any part of the wedding unless a tour is set up (additional fee) in which only 15 guests at a time can go inside.
A possible backdrop for the ceremony site/ urn can be moved and the steps would make a great "altar" location for the couple.
The front of the museum where guests would be dropped off via shuttles and enter gardens on the left side.
Fullscreen
Fullscreen
The view from the lower lawn (reception tent location) of the back of the museum.
Fullscreen
The view from the lower lawn (reception tent location) of the back of the museum & gardens.
Guest entrance to the side of the museum to the ceremony site.
Guest entrance view to the ceremony site/ urn can be moved and the steps would make a great "altar" location for the couple.
The side of the museum and either a backdrop or end of the aisle for the ceremony.
The lower lawn & gardens where the reception tent would be located.
The lower lawn & gardens where the reception tent would be located.
The gardens where guests would mingle during cocktails.
The side of the museum and either a backdrop or end of the aisle for the ceremony and then can transition to the cocktail hour.
The side of the museum and either a backdrop or end of the aisle for the ceremony.
The side and back of the museum/ far side would be an ideal location for the catering tent.
A great photo opportunity for the couple and/or immediate family/ bridal party. No guests to be inside the museum during any part of the wedding unless a tour is set up (additional fee) in which only 15 guests at a time can go inside.
A possible backdrop for the ceremony site/ urn can be moved and the steps would make a great "altar" location for the couple.
The front of the museum where guests would be dropped off via shuttles and enter gardens on the left side.
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from $4,600

Guest Capacity Max Capacity: 150 (outdoor)

Gardens Style: Gardens

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Reception Capacity

Max Outdoor

150

Max Indoor

Not available

Complimentary Amenities

This venue’s price includes the following:
  • Included

    Changing Rooms

  • Included

    Limited Parking

  • Included

    Full cellular and internet service available.

  • Included

    Venue Representative

  • Included

    Break Room

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The Setting

Located in Marblehead, MA, Jeremiah Lee Mansion is a gorgeous colonial home built back in 1768 by the wealthiest merchant in Massachusetts at that time. Many of the decorative elements have been preserved, including historic furnishings from 18th century Boston, Salem & Marblehead.

For your wedding, host your ceremony under your own custom built archway in the sundial gardens, explicitly laid out to match the mansion's overhead belvedere. Later, transition into a cocktail hour surrounded by the on-site herb garden, birch trees, hemlocks, and a blooming tulip tree. End the evening under your outdoor tented reception outlined by natural green shrubbery and manicured gardens.

The gardens are directly maintained by the Marblehead Garden Club, a volunteer group established in 1936; not only are they beautiful, but are historically accurate, making this a rare find within the Massachusetts' North Shore.

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Venue Rental Policies

  • Event End Time: 10 pm
  • Smoking Policy: Not permitted
  • Open Flame Policy: Not permitted.
  • Decorations: No zip-ties or duck tape on fence.
  • Fireworks: Not permitted.
  • Trash and Recycling: Limited on-site disposal available at offices across the street. Caterers must take food and bar waste.
  • Parking: No on-site parking. Surrounding streets offer 2-hr parking except for Sundays. Shuttles recommended. Police detail with shuttles required by town.
  • Noise: No amplified music past 10pm.
  • Kitchen Access: Prior coordination required for locking and unlocking.
  • Police Detail: Required when utilizing shuttles for drop off and pick up.
  • Indoor Access: Limited access considered upon request for formal wedding portraits or quick gown change between ceremony and reception. No indoor preparation space available.

Town Ordinances:
Marblehead noise ordinance: 10:00pm.