(For events under 50 guests)
-$300 Per Hour (2 hour minimum)
-Talk with Special Events Director about any needed equipment. Excess equipment may incur additional charges.
-One month advance notification required
For more information or to book a date,
contact Sherrie at email@example.com or call
Please Note that due to ongoing restoration and repair work, the interior of the Hamill House Museum will not be available for rent in 2016-2017.
WEDDINGS AND RECEPTIONS (max of 175 guests)
EXAMPLE PACKAGE (100 guests)
20 x 30 White Tent Full Day Site Rental
10 6FT Round Tables Tent Set-Up
100 White Resin Chairs Onsite Manager
Tablecloths & Napkins Handicap Accessible Restrooms Bride’s Dressing Room Museum Tour for Guests*
Groom’s Dressing Room Kitchen
Additional Equipment Options Available
Wedding Arch Side Walls For Tent
Dance Floor Additional Tables & Chairs Tent Upgrade Dinnerware & Glassware
For full list of available equipment, visit:
BASIC PACKAGE $2500
Includes site only (no equipment)
*In 2016-2017 the Hamill House will be undergoing restoration and may not always be available for tour.
Historic Georgetown would love to host your next special event, whether it be a reunion, wedding, shower, or private dinner or luncheon.
Nestled between mountain peaks in the Historic Georgetown Valley, the Hamill House boasts expansive green lawns, manicured gardens, majestic stone outbuildings, beautiful trees, and a 19th century fountain. It is a picture perfect site for your special event with affordable prices and equipment rental packages tailor made to your event. The site is available between the months of May and September, and includes the Hamill Lawn, Carriage House and Barn, Hamill Park and Pavilion.
-Guests responsible for catering.
-Site rental available 9:00am to 10:30 pm only.
-All decorations must be approved
-No smoking on property
-Amplified sound permit required if using amplified sound
-No rice, confetti, birdseed, etc.
-Property must be cleared of decorations/trash after event.
Historic Georgetown, Inc.
Home of the Hamill House Museum and Alpine Hose #2 Museum