Ridgefield, CT

The Garden House at the Keeler Tavern Museum is the perfect setting for your wedding. Considered Ridgefield’s hidden treasure, the Garden House accommodates up to 100 guests. Located on Ridgefield’s historic Main Street, the Garden House is easy to reach from major highways in the tri-state area and is available year round for weekday and weekend events.

The Garden House is framed on three sides by French doors, which open to invite guests to a sheltered, brick terrace. Marble steps lead from the terrace to a spacious bricked walled garden, which boasts a reflecting pool and fountain. Rose covered arbors and flower beds with seasonal plantings line the surrounding pathways. Guests may also enjoy the bluestone terrace, which is tented during the warmer months.

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 and is fully equipped with modern heating and air-conditioning.