Planning a wedding, rehearsal dinner, bridal shower, business meeting, birthday or anniver- sary party? The Garden House at the Keeler Tavern Museum, Ridgefield’s hidden treasure, is the perfect setting whatever the occasion. Suitable for up to 90 guests, it’s unique historic ambience will make your event truly special. You can even arrange Museum Tours for your guests!
The Garden House is framed on three sides by French doors that open onto a sheltered bricked terrace. Marble steps lead from the terrace to a charming and spacious bricked walled garden and reflecting pool with fountain. A nearby 24′ x 36′ “rooftop” fieldstone patio (suitable for tenting) is often utilized as an outdoor extension of the catering area for warm weather events.
Designed and built about 1915 by noted architect Cass Gilbert, the 25′ by 50′ room has 20′ ceilings with magnificent crown moldings and includes a
fireplace, chandeliers and hardwood floors. Fully equipped with modern heating and air-conditioning, it is available year round for weekday or weekend events. Located on Ridgefield’s Main Street, it is easy to reach from major highways in the tri-state region.
In a separate brick building attached to the banquet room by a short glass enclosed walkway, are located the caterer’s kitchen, rest rooms, coat rack area and small office. Parking is available on the premises and both a supervisor and parking attendant are provided on the day of the event. Both the Garden House and the facilities in the brick building are accessible for the disabled.
Referrals to local caterers, party suppliers and musicians are available upon request.
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