Woodburn Historic House - Pendleton Historic Foundation
History Ln, Pendleton, SC

Woodburn Historic House - Pendleton Historic Foundation

History Ln
P. O. Box 444
Pendleton, SC 29670
Woodburn Historic House - Pendleton Historic Foundation, Pendleton — Reception on front lawn on a lovely spring day.
History Ln
P. O. Box 444
Pendleton, SC 29670

Maximum Capacity: 400 people
864-650-0003
864-646-7249
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Woodburn Historic House is a large 4-story greek revival plantation house currently situated on about 11 acres including the main plantation house, log cook house, replicas of the Adger Victorian Carriage house and a slave/tennant house. The site is owned and operated by the Pendleton Historic Foundation as a house musueum. The house was built by C.C. Pickney in about 1830 and later owned by members of the Adger family of Charleston until 1911. The site is idea for events of all sizes and can accomodate up to 400 guests. The house museum first floor is typically opened during events for guests to tour through but food and beverages are not allow inside due to antique furnishing. The grounds are available for rental for events from April - October but the fall schedule is dependent on the Clemson University home football schedule due to the high volume of game-day traffic on US76.
Packages
Basic Rental Package (Up to 150 Guests)
$2,000
per event
Attendees: 50 - 150 Deposit: $500 Total Price: $2,000     Show Details
Basic Rental Package (150 to 200 Guests)
$2,100
per event
Attendees: 151 - 200 Deposit: $500 Total Price: $2,100     Show Details
Basic Rental Package (200 to 250 Guests)
$2,200
per event
Attendees: 201 - 250 Deposit: $500 Total Price: $2,200     Show Details
Basic Rental Package (300 to 400 Guests)
$2,300
per event
Attendees: 300 - 400 Deposit: $500 Total Price: $2,300     Show Details
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Woodburn Historic House - Pendleton Historic Foundation, Pendleton

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Carriage HousePhotos Available
Outdoor Venue
Carriage House, Woodburn Historic House - Pendleton Historic Foundation, Pendleton — Wedding set-up at Carriage house...seating for 400 guests
Wedding set-up at Carriage house...seating for 400 guests

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Carriage House, Woodburn Historic House - Pendleton Historic Foundation, Pendleton — Wedding set-up at Carriage house...seating for 400 guestsCarriage House, Woodburn Historic House - Pendleton Historic Foundation, Pendleton — Victorian Carriage is an idea venue for either a rustic or elegant ceremony.  Complete with a brick patio in front for the wedding party and soon to have a brick pathway from the main house for the bridal party.Carriage House, Woodburn Historic House - Pendleton Historic Foundation, Pendleton — Wedding at Carriage house
Victorian Carriage house is ideal site for an elegant or restic outdoor wedding ceremony. Brick patio in front of carriage house with seating on the lawn. Simplicity is best and requires little extra decoration.
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Amenities
  • Lawn
Grounds, Lawn & PorchesPhotos Available
Outdoor Venue Max Capacity: 300 people
Location
Approved Vendors
Tri-County Rental of Easley is our preferred rental company for tables, chairs, tents, etc.
A list of other recommended vendors is provided but lessee can use vendors of their choice except for rental equipment.
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