Savage Mill has undergone a number of changes since its inception in 1820 as a weaving business. Located on the banks of the Little Patuxent River, Savage Mill was a working textile mill from 1822 to 1947 and then was transformed into a Christmas Display Village for a few years and then the complex of buildings was turned into a great little shopping area with some fantastic restaurants and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
For weddings and bridal parties, the Great Room at Savage Mill is a popular destination because of its romantic setting in the 1820 Historic Savage Mill. The expansive deck overlooks the scenic Little Patuxent River and the last standing Bollman Truss semi-suspension bridge in the world. The vaulted ceilings, fourteen foot windows, sky lights and dance floor makes the Great Room perfect for that special occasion.
In addition to having a wedding ceremony or reception at the Great Room at Savage Mill, this vibrant little community is loaded with quaint charm that begs to be captured in photographs, creating the perfect setting for a bridal party looking to establish wedding photos that leave an impression like no other.
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