Deering Estate is a historic site and wedding venue located in Miami, Florida that provides historical elegance and romance on Biscayne Bay. From the moment you pass the historical wooden gates and stroll down the lush covered path, you enter a world of elegance and tranquility. Enjoy a view of historic houses, including the Historic Stone House and picturesque Richmond Cottage, along with a beautifully manicured lawn lined with royal palms overlooking the quiet waters of Biscayne Bay. With the flexibility to bring in your own team of caterers, florists and decorations, you can create the exact ambience you desire. The 450-plus-acre Deering Estate preserves the 1920's era charm of a Miami estate and is a cultural asset to the state of Florida.
Deering Estate offers one main event space that accommodates up to 1,000 guests. The Grand Lawn is perfect for outdoor cocktail receptions and wedding ceremonies with its views of the glistening ocean. Our Spanish-Mediterranean style Stone House offers an intimate ceremony space in the historical and elegant ballroom, with black-and-white checkered floors and crystal chandeliers. Guests are allowed to stroll through the first and second floors of the Stone House with the unique Museum Experience. Enjoy dinner and dancing under the stars in the Courtyard.
Deering Estate offers venue rental services for weddings and other special events. Wedding services offered by Deering Estate include outside vendors and special access to the Estate.
Deering Estate includes a museum for tourists and local residents and offers signature events, programs and preservation of an iconic marker for the community’s cultural identity and memory. Visitors enjoy daily tours of historic homes, hikes through lush natural areas, opportunities to examine fossils and tools left behind by prehistoric humans and more. Deering Estate is part of the Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department, which manages the property on behalf of the State of Florida.
The Deering Estate was owned by Charles Deering, a Chicago industrialist, early preservationist, environmentalist, art collector, philanthropist and first chairman of the International Harvester Company. The oldest existing buildings on the estate were built by the Richmond family and Deering, including a pioneer home for Richmond’s family that was later converted to a hotel and then winter home for Deering. Deering Estate is a historic site listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Deering Estate is nestled along the coast in South Miami-Dade County within a few miles east of the Florida Turnpike and U.S. 1. Parking is available at the Visitor’s Center or along 72nd Avenue.
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39 Reviews for Deering Estate
Recommended by 92% of couples
Clara Aldrich · Married on 12/29/2018
It was a dream wedding , very spacious easy to work withSent on 02/01/2019
Martha · Married on 09/23/2017
We loved how everything turned out for our wedding. The property is just beautiful and left us with some really great memories. Thank you and all your staff for all the assistance during the planning process and the day of the wedding! Everyone was always so nice, attentive and helpful! It really turned out to be a dream wedding! Anyone looking for a fabulous venue should definitely check out Deering Estate!!Sent on 10/10/2017
-M & O (9/23/2017)
Francisco · Married on 01/07/2017
Deering is the perfect backdrop for portraits. We also loved the fact we could have dinner in the courtyard and the dancing inside; and the flexibly we got from booking our own vendors.Sent on 01/25/2017
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