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Codman Estate

Lincoln Wedding Venue
34 Codman Road
Lincoln, Massachusetts 01773

Contact: Functions Manager
Phone: 617/994-6671
www.historicnewengland.org
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Why We Like This Place

• It’s a country estate fashioned in the English manner. The Carriage House was built in 1740 and the entire property was taken over by John Codman, the venue’s namesake, half a century later. The mansion, which sits on a knoll overlooking landscaped grounds, farmlands and woods, features rich wood paneling and a rustic ambiance. 

• The gardens are lovely. Say your vows in the Italian Garden under a marble-columned pergola, with a statue of Bacchus to officiate. A beautiful setting for photographs is Dorothy’s English country garden, named for one member of the five generations of Codmans who’ve lived on the estate.

• You can design your own event exactly as you want it. The Carriage House, gardens and grounds are all yours, so your celebration can be formal or informal and choreographed the way you like.

Capacity

Ceremony

  • Max. Seated Indoors: 70
  • Max. Seated Outdoors: 200

Reception/Special Events

  • Max. Seated Indoors: 80
  • Max. Seated Outdoors: 200
  • Max. Standing Indoors: 80
  • Max. Standing Outdoors: 200

Meetings

  • Max. Seated: 80

Fees & Deposits

50% of the total event cost is required to reserve your date and the balance is due 60 days prior to the event. The rental fee ranges $1,200–2,400 depending on the day of the week.

Location Uses

Ceremonies
Wedding Receptions
Special Events, Parties
Business Functions/Meetings

Site Views

Forest/Wooded Area
Garden
Garden Patio/Courtyard
Landscaped Grounds

Venue Type

Banquet Hall/Events Facility
Historic/Landmark Building
Mansion

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Catering

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Alcohol

BYO

Amplified Music

Indoors
Outdoors

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair Accessible

Availability

April–October, daily.



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