Oxon Hill Manor to Close for Renovations
I just received word that Oxon Hill Manor has closed for renovations. What on earth is happening with the wedding venues in the DC area and why didn’t these venues do all their renovations in 2020? Sigh. Another popular DC area wedding venue has closed for a time for renovations. As I’ve said twice before – now what?
Which wedding venues should you consider if Oxon Hill Manor was at the top of your list? This depends on what attracted you most to Oxon Hill Manor. Was it the Maryland location? Or the size of the wedding venue? Or the aesthetics of having a historic house and gardens as your wedding backdrop? Here are some other wedding venue ideas:
Newton White Mansion – similar in location, size, and aesthetic, but you aren’t using a tent
Woodend Sanctuary – Around the beltway in Chevy Chase, similar in size and aesthetic
Strathmore Mansion – similar is aesthetic, located in Kensington, but ideal for 100 or fewer guests
Decatur House – in DC near the White House, similar in aesthetic and size, but tent rental is an additional fee
Rust Manor House – if you are open to Leesburg, this is a wedding venue similar to Oxon Hill Manor
William Paca House & Gardens – located in Annapolis, three tents are included for up to 120 guests
Historic London Town and Gardens – this Edgewater wedding venue features waterfront views and a tent that can accommodate 160 with an option to expand for up to 200 wedding guests
Glenview Mansion – located in Rockville, this wedding venue can accommodate up to 200 guests when you add a tent.
I hope this list was helpful to those dealing with the fallout from Oxon Hill Manor closing for renovations. If you need ideas for the closing of NMWA for renovations, or the seemingly permanent closing of the Mellon Auditorium, I’ve got you covered.