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Located in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, The Brandywine Museum of Art offers a unique combination of art and nature, creating a beautiful and unique location for your wedding or special event. Imagine your event surrounded by an internationally renowned collection of art.
The Museum is available for weddings and private events for a 5-hour reception from 6 p.m. until 11 p.m. During your event, our six galleries are open for you and your guests to enjoy, for the first two consecutive hours. Up to 80 guests can be accommodated for a seated dinner and up to 150 guests with hors d'oeuvres and cocktail-only reception.
If you are planning to have only a ceremony, a 90-minute rental and access to the special exhibition gallery is available (maximum 120 guests). This includes set-up and removal of chairs.
Brandywine Museum of Art has an exclusive in-house caterer that has options for either a seated dinner or a station presentation.
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