Stephen Decatur House Museum
1610 H Street Northwest, Washington, DC

Stephen Decatur House Museum

1610 H Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20006
Neighborhood: Northwest > Dupont Circle
Stephen Decatur House Museum, Washington
1610 H Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20006
Neighborhood: Northwest > Dupont Circle

Maximum Capacity: 300 people
Availability
Recognized as one of the top event and wedding venues by the Washingtonian since 1999, Decatur House offers the ideal balance of historical significance and classic Washington style. Whether entertaining in the courtyard surrounded by lavish green gardens, the Carriage House with stunning vaulted ceilings, or the elegant historic parlors, Decatur House provides an unrivaled setting for your special event. For more than 180 years, the most important names in politics, business and society have gathered to celebrate and mingle in the shadow of the White House. At Decatur House, we welcome you to continue the tradition of fine Washington entertaining with your special event, holiday party, conference or wedding reception.
Packages
Weekday Rental
$3,000
per event
Attendees: 10 - 300 Deposit: $0 Total Price: $3,000     Show Details
Historic House Rental
$6,200
per event
Attendees: 10 - 300 Deposit: $0 Total Price: $6,200     Show Details
Weekend Rental
$7,300
per event
Attendees: 10 - 300 Deposit: $0 Total Price: $7,300     Show Details
Weekend Exclusive Rental
$11,000
per event
Attendees: 10 - 300 Deposit: $0 Total Price: $11,000     Show Details
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Stephen Decatur House Museum, Washington

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Carriage HousePhotos Available
General Event Space Max Capacity: 250 people
Carriage House, Stephen Decatur House Museum, Washington

Photos published with permission of Stephen Decatur House Museum

Links: Website
Supported Layouts and Capacities
Banquet - 8 per
Capacity: 150 People
Reception
Capacity: 250 People
Theater
Capacity: 200 People
Amenities
  • Air Conditioned
  • Dance Floor
Features
  • Audio Visual: Portable Equipment
  • Ceiling Height (in feet): 20
  • Ceiling Height (in meters): 6.1
CourtyardPhotos Available
Outdoor Venue Max Capacity: 300 people 2400 sq ft 223 sq meter
Entertaining Parlor Lower LevelPhotos Available
Alternate Venue Max Capacity: 80 people
Entertaining Parlor Upper Level
Alternate Venue Max Capacity: 110 people
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