The Mayflower Society House is the ideal, intimate location for any wedding related event – and more.
Our elegant space can be reserved as a headquarters for the bride and her maids to get dressed and primped for the big day. The manicured Mayflower Society grounds offer multiple options for outdoor garden ceremonies. The large and open Solarium, often called the Music Room, is naturally lighted and equipped for your choice of entertainment or to dance the night away.
Whether you’re planning a corporate event or an intimate catered dinner, parties of all sizes are a perfect fit. We can accommodate up to 40 guests inside the mansion and up to 175 outside with the optional installation of a tent. Our staff will happily supply a list of our favorite local vendors.
Formerly known as the Edward Winslow House, the Mayflower Society House was originally built by Loyalist Edward Winslow, the great-grandson of Pilgrim Edward Winslow, in 1754. Throughout the 19th Century, this historic home was lived in and preserved by several influential Plymouth families and remodeled in 1898 by noted architect Joseph Chandler. The mansion holds over three centuries of history, and we would be honored for our home to be a part of yours.
For rental rates and more information, please contact Julie Brewster at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-883-3810.
The Mayflower Society House, 4 Winslow Street, Plymouth, MA 02361
Built in 1754, Remodeled in 1898, Acquired by GSMD in 1941
Capacity: 175. Questions? 781-883-3810
- Accessibility: Society House is not equipped with a ramp for accessibility. We do have a single handicap accessible restroom available for visitors. The GSMD garden is also wheelchair accessible.
- Temperature: The Mayflower Society House is heated but not air-conditioned.
- Parking: We provide three parking spaces for the renting party. The home is within walking distance to most public parking spaces in downtown Plymouth, so guests can easily walk to our location. Parking is provided for your vendors.