DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park - Lincoln, MA - Meeting Place
51 Sandy Pond Road, Lincoln, MA

DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park

DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park

Lincoln, Massachusetts
Capacity: Up to 825
51 Sandy Pond Road
Lincoln, MA 01773
Maximum Capacity: 825 people
The DeCordova Sculpture Park, is on 35 acres of woods and lawns. The Sculpture Park provides a changing exhibition of large-scale, outdoor, contemporary American sculpture. The Sculpture Park is open to the public every day of the year from dawn until dusk, and contains approximately 75 artworks at any given time.
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"Artistic Wedding at the DeCordova Museum!", An Eventective User from Boston MA
If you want a venue that you and your guests will remember FOREVER consider the gorgeous DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park! The unique location features an incredibly beautiful setting that can host up to several hundred guests. Your ceremony can be outside in the sculpture garden, or inside in one of the galleries, or on their roof terrace. This is truly one of the most unique and beautiful locations you will ever see. The museum is set on wooded grounds, which make the perfect backdrop for the (many!) pictures you will want to take amidst the outdoor sculptures. All my guests raved about the location and could not stop talking about how beautiful and unique it was, and what a cool idea to get married there. And I love my pictures! There are two large heart sculptures, side by side, that make an especially pretty spot for bride & groom photos. The staff was very professional and helpful to work with and they answered all our questions promptly. It is expensive to rent this space--you will be looking at at least $10,000--but it's definitely worth it if you can afford it. They also offer off-season discounts if you are planning to get married in January-April. The museum has a list of preferred vendors they want you to work with, for things like food, alcohol, and tent rentals (if you need them). We chose East Meets West for our catering and were very happy with the quality of the food and their ability to work within the space. Overall a wonderful experience that I would recommend to anyone looking for an artistic, unique, beautiful, and luxurious wedding!
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General Event Space Max Capacity: 200 people
Several event spaces are included with the Museum rental, including the Dewey Family Gallery, Sculpture Terrace or the Phyllis and Jerome Lyle Rappaport Roof Terrace.
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Banquet - 8 per
Capacity: 170 People
Capacity: 200 People
Capacity: 200 People
  • Special Features: Contemporary art and a dance floor.
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