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The Duke Sculpture Garden at the Dixon Mansion

Soaring galleries, verdant gardens.

Tour the galleries and gardens.

    “[The Duke Sculpture Garden at the Dixon Mansion] is a hidden gem. It’s an arts and crafts mansion and art gallery with lots of character and beauty.  A perfect venue for a memorable event!”

    Elena

    The nitty gritty

    • Where’s it located? 414 Plush Mill Road
      Wallingford, 19086
    • Are events held indoors or out? Ceremonies can be either inside or out. Cocktails too.
    • Is there air-conditioning? yes
    • What’s the capacity? 220 with dancing, 250 without
    • Is it handicapped accessible? yes
    • Are there time restrictions? no
    • How about parking? enough!

    Outdoor grounds and indoor galleries.

    The Sculpture Garden at the Dixon Mansion sits on four acres of landscaped grounds. This 100 years old estate has it att! Beautiful manicured gardens with tons of photo ops including award winning sculptures, magical fairy tale turret, romantic lighted trees,  beautiful fire pit and a handcrafted cobb pizza oven perfect for cocktails or after party treats.

    The venue is a gorgeous mansion built in 1889 including a 19th century ballroom perfect for the plan “B” ceremony and cocktail hour. The space has a 3,100 square foot event gallery space with oak floors, exposed beams and beautiful natural lighting seating up to 220 guests. 

    Help bring the arts to life.

    The Duke Sculpture Garden at the Dixon Mansion is part of the Community Arts Center, an organization founded in 1948 for the purpose of providing a nurturing environment for artists of all levels and to encourage participation in the arts through education and outreach. By choosing The Duke Sculpture Garden at the Dixon Mansion as your venue, you will be helping to fund fantastic art classes for children and adults, wonderful gallery exhibits, and inspiring outreach programs for the greater community.

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