Wedding Venues

We are happy to recommend the following venues in your search for the perfect location to hold your wedding or event.

Roseland Park

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Interested in hosting your wedding, shower, birthday party, family reunion or other event at Roseland Park? The barn, pavilion, boat house, and entire park are available to rent for your event. Roseland Park is happy to assist in planning your upcoming event. With beautiful grounds and facilities, you can't go wrong choosing Roseland Park.
Contact: Rick & Dee Harless

Roseland Cottage

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Voted best public garden by Connecticut Magazine. Roseland Cottage offers a unique and beautiful setting for weddings and other private parties. From May through October, the flowering trees and perennial gardens are lovely for events held outside or in the Carriage House. Tents are allowed, and the lawns may also be used for games.
Contact: Laurie Masciandaro

Allen Hill Tree Farm

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Our Family Farm since 1891.. Located in Brooklyn, in Northeast Connecticut, Allen Hill Tree Farm consists of 350 diverse acres along the Quinebaug River in the historic Town of Brooklyn.

Trolley Museum of East Windsor, CT

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The Connecticut Trolley Museum has over 70 pieces of rail equipment dating back to 1869. During your visit, you can see historic passenger and freight trolley cars, interurban cars, elevated railway cars, passenger and freight railroad cars, service cars, locomotives, and a variety of other equipment from railways around Connecticut. You will also find examples from Brooklyn, Boston, New Orleans, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Springfield, Lynchburg, Montreal, and even Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

Hyland Orchard & Brewery

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Owned and operated by the Damon family for three generations, Hyland Orchard is located in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, in the quaint village of Fiskdale. Hyland Orchard was founded in 1945 by F. James Hyland.
Contact: Doe Leblanc


Nathan Hale Homestead

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The Georgian-style home has remained virtually intact since its 1776 completion. It is furnished with Hale family possessions and other period antiques that were amassed by George Dudley Seymour, who purchased the Homestead in 1914.

The 17-acre Homestead adjoins the 1500-acre Nathan Hale State Forest, where modern conveniences seem remote.
Connecticut Landmarks engages visitors in understanding the historical and emotional commitments of individual people and families who have patriotically served the country through sacrifice, starting from the story of schoolteacher-turned-spy Nathan Hale.


Mack's Catering is full licensed and insured.
To request more information and to book your date please contact Nicole Doktor.