Liberty Hall has been hosting weddings since April 28, 1774, when Sarah Livingston married John Jay, first chief justice of the United States, in the Great Hall of the mansion!
Constructed in 1772 by New Jersey’s first elected governor and signer of the Constitution, William Livingston, the Liberty Hall Estate features 23-acres of pristine landscape, historic architecture and beautiful gardens. Liberty Hall offers a magnificent backdrop for your special event and memories to be captured in photos and video. Whether enjoying the vintage charm of the 1882 Carriage House, or celebrating with a tented event alongside our fragrant gardens, Liberty Hall is the perfect destination for your special day. Guests can tour Liberty Hall’s historic mansion, while they wait for the day’s festivities to get underway.
Our venue includes:
- On-site tented reception
- On-site day of wedding coordinator
- Bistro lighting in tented reception area
- Bridal suite
- Private parking lot
- Tables and chairs for ceremony, cocktail hour and reception
- Private restrooms
The Liberty Hall Estate hosts weddings from May through October, with a capacity of up to 150 guests.
Liberty Hall’s breathtaking grounds also make the ideal location for engagement and wedding photos! Ask about pricing for photo opportunities on the grounds.
Begin planning your once-in-a-lifetime wedding by scheduling a personal appointment to visit the Liberty Hall Estate. For more information about weddings or any special occasions contact Alicia Sanford-Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the museum at 908-527-0400