A National Historic Landmark considered to be one of the most advanced Antebellum homes in America, this magnificent 18,000 ... More
Hay House - Palace of the South
A National Historic Landmark considered to be one of the most advanced Antebellum homes in America, this magnificent 18,000 square foot Italian Renaissance Revival mansion has been featured on A&E's \"America's Castles\" and it was inspired by the palazzos of Florence and Rome. The home is filled with beautiful 18th century furnishings and features Italian Carerra marble fireplaces and a music room with a 30 foot clerestory ceiling. A museum gift shop is also on site. Open 7 days a week for tours, Mondays - Saturdays 10-4, Sundays 1-4. Tours every hour with the last one at 3pm daily.
I just was married in the Hay House and it was gorgeous! No need to decorate because the house is a decoration. The staff was super friendly. Yes there may have been some dust in the place, but what do you expect it is huge and 150! Their pricing was reasonable as well. If you are looking for some real southern charm for your wedding look no further. Highly recommend!
I was involved in a wedding at the Hay House this past December and I could not have been more pleased. The house itself is amazing, of course, the rental rates are reasonable and I can not say enough about the staff! I've read negative comments other people have left about them, but the rental staff could not have been more helpful and courteous. They even helped cue the wedding party during the ceremony! Needless to say, I highly recommend the Hay House as a venue and a wonderful historic house museum.
I am so glad I decided to go with Hay House! The house is breathe taking, and the mood was perfect. The house is certainly a treasure and I am so glad to be able to say that it was part of the biggest event in my life! I have seen that there are some rude comments, but give the house a chance! They almost convinced me not to rent but luckily I went and saw the house for myself and was shocked that I almost let this one slip away!
Designed by architects T. Thomas and Son of New York, this is one amazing house. Built just prior to the Civil War, this house had bathrooms with running water, a central heating system for a portion of the house, and faux painting everywhere. It is truly a National Treasure. Take the Back of the House tour, if you have time.
the price was amazing, but i became alittle concerned because of the bad reviews i saw on the internet, so after a few days when i finally heard from them i asked her was this anything that i needed to be concerned about. ( because if i even sense alittle attitude after im paying you all this money theres going to be trouble) so at first she seemed friendly about having me come, but when i asked her about the staff being professional, she said well you need to understand everyone does not get along with everyone for their event, and i dont know what reviews your talking about so if you decide to come for a tour let me know. that pretty much was a done deal for me, which made me side with the reviews, any professional would have assured me that they do everything in their power to make your day special, so i decided to go with another venue who is amazing, and i never e mailed her back and never will because to me that was very unprofessional, and alittle rude
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