Dumbarton House in Washington D.C. was built in the Adamesque style of the early Republic with an impressive collection of Federal period furniture and decorative arts. Although the home began construction in 1799, work was halted when the original owner faced financial difficulties. The home wasn’t actually completed until 1813 but was still not done with its changes, as it was moved in 1915 to its current location.
Today Dumbarton House is one of the few brick homes to have survived so long in the nation’s historic capital. The adherence to traditional style and furnishings have made it a favorite destination for couples looking for a fairytale wedding location. Dumbarton House features a few different locations for your special day, the grand Belle Vue Room with its elegant and modern banquet space and light cheery dÈcor or the stunning courtyard with its outdoor gardens and exquisite natural beauty.
Dumbarton House is a unique location with a combination of elements that make it highly desirable. An historical location with a grand entrance, tranquil gardens, grounds, and outdoor terraces, museum rooms packed with original artwork and period pieces of furniture.
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