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Unique Wedding Venues

 NOVA Parks offers a variety of additional options for your wedding, wedding reception and social gathering in addition to its three large wedding and events facilities. These unique options are perfect for smaller, more intimate gatherings, and offer an extraordinarily unique charm for you and your guests alike.

 

Carlyle House Historic Park

Carlyle House is a historic mansion with exquisite gardens, offering a stately setting for business and social functions. Nestled in charming Old Town Alexandria and framed by the beautiful gardens that surround this historic property, Carlyle House is available for ceremonies and receptions between April 1 and October 31. Ceremony locations include gazebo, garden, front lawn and Magnolia Terrace. 

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Brambleton Golf Course & Pavilion

Brambleton Golf Course, located in Ashburn, is pleased to offer a beautiful outdoor wedding & event Pavilion. Sitting adjacent to the clubhouse and surrounded by the picturesque views of the golf course, the Pavilion is perfect in any weather. It features capacity for up to 150 under the covered portion, or up to 200 including the patio. Your guests will enjoy the serene backdrop of this beautifully manicured golf course.

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Aldie Mill Historic Park

Make history with your next event at Aldie Mill Historic Park. This 19th-century site offers indoor seating for 50 among its rustic wooden beams and mill stones and outdoor space accommodating up to 120 guests overlooking the turning twin water wheels. Aldie offers possibly the most unique setting for your event, and provide an unforgettable backdrop for you and your guests. 

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Mt. Zion Historic Park

Mt. Zion Old School Baptist Church, built in 1851, is available as a unique setting for your wedding, business or social event. Seating for up to 100 is offered inside the church on original wooden pews and the grounds are perfect for a party under a tent. The site is comfortable set off a roundabout in Loudoun County, and across the street from Gilbert's Corner Regional Park.

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