Venue Rental Package

During the warmer months, from April 15 to November 15, Fruitlands Museum is available to rent for weddings and events in the evening and can accommodate up to 260 people.  Fruitlands Museum maintains a seasonal tent complete with beautiful chandeliers, removable walls, and large windows.  This tent is included in the rental and is set on a large patio overlooking the Nashua River Valley.  The historic Prospect House is adjacent to the tent, and serves as the perfect location to stage your bar, serve appetizers, or display your wedding cake.

What is included in the Venue Rental?
  • Private and exclusive use of the Prospect House, beautiful tented patio, and adjacent grounds for a 5-hour rental period
  • 180-person tent with removable side walls, heating, and chandeliers
  • Tables and chairs:  set up and use of 60” round tables, low cocktail tables, and banquet tables as needed, up to 180 Chiavari ballroom chairs for the tented reception, 100 white folding chairs for a lawn ceremony
  • Floor-length white linens
  • Use of the dance floor, podium, and 110V power source
  • Use of the bridal suite and access to grounds for photography, accessible 1 hour prior to event start
  • Ample on-site parking
  • Complimentary Patron Level membership to the Museum
Rental Rates

Saturdays and Holidays: $4,000 (5:30-10:30pm)
Sundays: $3,000 (5:30-10:30pm)
Fridays: $2,500 (5:30-10:30pm)
Monday-Thursday: $1,500 (5-10pm)

Ceremony Fee: $500
Includes ceremony set-up and use of ceremony chairs and extends the rental period by 1 hour, with guest arrival beginning at 4:30pm Friday through Sunday, and the ceremony held at 5pm. Monday through Thursday, guest arrival begins at 4pm with the ceremony held at 4:30pm. Fee also includes ceremony rehearsal during the week prior to event.

Police Detail: The Town of Harvard requires that one police officer per 100 guests be present for functions. The rate is $200 per officer. Details will be provided.


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