There is nowhere more romantic and elegant than the Porcher House for such a special occasion as your wedding or wedding reception. The ambiance and atmosphere offer a setting so very special that there is no place to compare or compete in this area. In the heart of Cocoa’s established Historic District, the Porcher House is open to the community to enjoy as a special place for meetings, weddings, parties, luncheons, afternoon teas and card parties. The house is open daily, Monday - Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Evenings and weekends are reserved for special events.
We know how to host functions others only dream about. Anniversaries, christenings, showers, rehearsal dinners, retirement or engagement parties...whatever the celebration!
The Porcher House can seat up to 84 with standing room for 125. A list of caterers, florists, photographers, tents, and so much more can be suggested. Wrap yourself in the warmth of this Old House.
City of Cocoa – Civic Center
With a beautiful panoramic view of the Riverfront Park and the Indian River in historic Cocoa Village, the Cocoa Civic Center is an elegant venue for any corporate function, special event, meeting or celebration. Anniversaries, wedding receptions, themed parties, debutante balls and professional monthly meetings are just a few of the functions held at the Civic Center. Renovated in 2003, the stylish interior décor, foyer entrance, lighting and 4 varied size meeting rooms including the main ballroom and a reception area, offer you affordable convenience year round in central Brevard County. Whether your guests are many or few, you’ll all be sure to enjoy the ambiance of the Cocoa Civic Center, on Delannoy Avenue, next to the charming Porcher House, in Cocoa Village.
Located in historic Cocoa Village, the Riverfront Park is one of Cocoa’s jewels, with a sweeping green park, a playground area and an amphitheater for outdoor concerts and other events all facing the beautiful Indian River. And that’s not all! A boardwalk with spacious covered pavilions and areas for fishing, water sports and boat launching, frames the east side of Lee Wenner Park to St. Marks Episcopal Church.
The landscaped arena stretches to the back of the Cocoa Civic Center and Porcher House and combines seamlessly with Taylor Park along Delannoy Avenue.
The Riverfront Park in combination with Lee Wenner and Taylor Parks, gives the public permanent access to nearly 10 acres of prime riverfront land squarely in the middle of downtown Cocoa.
Run, play and relax while you enjoy the beautiful views at the Riverfront Park.