A Vintage Wedding Reception Venue in Pennsylvania
Located on the Hagen History Center’s West Sixth Street Campus in Erie, Pa., the Watson-Curtze Mansion is a stunning Victorian mansion and operating museum. Built in 1891, this Victorian-era treasure is in the heart of Erie’s historic Millionaire’s Row. Designed in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, it features 15,000 square feet and 24 rooms filled with extraordinary architecture, stained-glass windows, hand-painted friezes, and ornate mosaics throughout. This one-of-a-kind venue includes 12 fireplaces, a ballroom, and a solarium.
Your guests will marvel at its ornate beauty and exhibits, allowing for a truly unforgettable celebration! Venue tours are offered on Saturdays and Sundays between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule.
How We Work with You
Custom rental coordination is available in addition to our facility rental. Our team will work with you from start to finish to customize your tent, table, chair, linen, and other rentals needed to make your event vision come to life! The best part? We take care of all the set-up and tear-down for your special day!
Watson-Curtze Mansion Availability
- Formal Accommodations for up to 350 outdoor guests and 120 indoor guests
- Indoor and outdoor ceremony spacing options
- Off-street parking for up to 50 cars
- Guest access to over 12 exhibits
- Tented outdoor patio and garden space
- Limited inventory of tables, chairs, and linens available for use