The Washington Crossing Inn was our venue for our 9/20/2014 wedding, and we could not be happier with the job they did! In searching for a venue, we were looking for a place with historic charm, elegance, and value, and the Inn exceeded all of our expectations! Rachael and Jane were absolute professionals during all of the steps up to and including the event. They were very organized with the many steps and details involved before the wedding. Whenever we had a question, Rachel or Jane were prompt and professional in their response. Having never planned a large event before, we are so grateful for the help we received from Jane and Rachael.
We received countless compliments about the outdoor ceremony, cocktail hour, and ballroom from our guests. The venue is absolutely gorgeous, inside and out. The garden is very well maintained with seasonally appropriate flowers, and is made secluded for outdoor ceremonies/cocktail hours. The ballroom is so detailed from the chandeliers to the crown molding that it will take your breath away! We used the bridal suite before the wedding to prepare, which was ideal for the pre-ceremony photo opportunities. The suite is large and just as beautiful as the rest of the Inn. The layout of the ballroom is very functional as well for dancing and dining. With the dance floor right next to the bar, guests are more likely to stay on the dance floor and keep the party hopping. The food provided by the Inn was also delicious and plentiful. Their package options were very affordable compared to others, and the quality was unmatched. The package we chose included our cake and centerpieces which was very convenient.
All of the employees at the Inn were professional and made us feel completely at ease in the tense days leading up to the wedding. I would highly recommend the Washington Crossing Inn to anyone looking for a venue!
Take advantage of our historic setting for your important meeting or event. Celebrate your company or family milestone in our charming private function rooms or award winning gardens. Or simply be refreshed by a plate of good food, a cozy fire and friendly service. Come soon. We've set a place for you.
From daring attack to hospitable acts, the site of our colonial style inn holds a significant place in America’s history.
• Served as a ferry crossing from late 1600s until 1834
• Site of inn / tavern for colonial travelers
• Where General George Washington and his troops made the famous crossing
• Site of 1817 Bernard Taylor Homestead
• Popular landmark inn opened by the Haven Family in the 1930s