Parque at Hunting Hill Mansion
PARQUE at Hunting Hill is an English-Tudor stone mansion surrounded by ponds, fountains, stonework and open fields in Ridley Creek State Park. The grounds and formal gardens were landscaped by Olmsted Associates, the firm that designed Central Park.
The mansion houses a spacious bridal suite, grand staircase and ballroom with oak paneling, floor-to ceiling windows, stone fireplace, and ceiling in plaster relief. The fully climate-controlled space accommodates 150 with dancing.
Located just twenty five minutes from the Philadelphia Airport and from the Main Line, PARQUE is located in the Brandywine River Valley, historic site of George Washington’s battles with the British, and home to Longwood Gardens, inspiration to the Wyeth painters, mushroom capital of the world, and location of seven wineries.