Woodlawn & Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope-Leighey House National Trust for Historic Preservation

Event Rentals

The Woodlawn estate offers a variety of outdoor locations with beautiful gardens and gorgeous views. The event spaces can accommodate groups up to 300 for your wedding, corporate event, or any festive occasion.

In 1799, George Washington gave Woodlawn to his nephew, Lawrence Lewis, and his bride, Eleanor Custis, grandaughter of Martha Washington raised by the Washingtons. Tradition credits Eleanor Custis with introducing the lace veil and white dress into wedding fashion. Throughout Mrs. Lewis’ time and into the twentieth century, Woodlawn was renowned for the gracious hospitality of its hosts and the beauty of its historic and pastoral setting. We invite you to continue this tradition by holding your own ceremony, meeting, event or reception at this beautiful estate.

For more information on holding your wedding or other event at this beautiful site, please contact us at woodlawn@savingplaces.org, or view our online brochure and event guidelines. We look forward to hearing from you!

All fees support the operation of Woodlawn and Pope-Leighey House site.