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Falmouth Museums on the Green, a museum garden in the Cape Cod, Massachusetts area, offers historic space for a couple’s wedding. This elegant venue is private, offering terrace spaces and lawn spaces and an indoor banquet hall with hardwood floors. Couples can find this venue in Falmouth, Massachusetts, approximately 10 minutes from the Woods Hole Terminal.
Facilities and CapacityUp to 100 guests can join couples for their wedding day at Falmouth Museums on the Greens with the rental of a tent. This venue has the perfect garden yard for a couple’s wedding ceremony. Blooming with hydrangeas and other colorful flowering plants, couples can begin their lives together in a wonderland of flora. Green grasses and a quaint white gazebo make the perfect touches to this magical garden space. Looking out over this fairy tale is a deck. This is the ideal location for a couple’s cocktail hour. Guests can enjoy the last few hours of sunshine while couples take wedding portraits around the property. This leads right up to the wedding reception, where couples and guests can reconvene for dinner and dancing. A reception space can be found just on the other side of the deck’s French doors. Couples not using the deck for their cocktail reception or the yard for their ceremony can use the entire outdoor area as overflow space for their reception. The banquet hall room of the museum hosting the reception features an arched ceiling, polished hardwood floors, and neutral walls, allowing couples to work their wedding colors in wherever and however they see fit.
There’s no wedding event this venue can’t host. Falmouth Museums on the Green is a flexible event space that welcomes bridal showers, ceremonies, elopements, engagement parties, receptions and rehearsal dinners. No matter the occasion, couples can find event items at this venue to use for their celebration, such as audio equipment, indoor chairs, and indoor tables. In addition to event rentals, staff at this venue can help to recommend trusted and experienced outside vendors to couples for their wedding. They additionally help with setup, and wireless Internet helps to keep everyone connected. Onsite parking at this museum helps make transportation convenient for wedding attendees.
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Beautiful gardens, intimate feel
Even with our guest list of 100 people, which is the MAX capacity, our family said it still felt intimate and close because the cultural center and vast green grounds allowed for people to spread out and move. Mark, the director, was so helpful in answering our questions and helped to set up some tables that they allowed us to use indoors for the DJ, gifts, the buffet, etc. The house manager Annie was also very helpful in setting up and went out of her way to help us clean up, even though it wasn't her job to do so. Be aware, this venue is not for loud or rambunctious party animals, because of the church and quiet neighbors next door in historic Falmouth. We were pretty tame, still had fun dancing to music, used a TIPS certified bar service, and overall loved our magical experience at the museums on the green.
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