Rent the Museum for your Event

  • Entrance walk to Museum
  • Crowds on the way into the Museum
  • Grand Staircase and Landing
  • Arthur Holland Gallery
  • Thomas Malloy Gallery
  • Trustees Gallery
  • Veranda
  • Upstairs Hallway
  • Museum Shop


The Mansion

Ellarslie, an Italianate villa designed by the renowned  architect, John Notman, was built for Henry McCall Sr. of Philadelphia as a summer residence in 1848. The mansion is listed  on the National Register of Historic Places. The name of the mansion is believed to reference the town of Ellerslie, Scotland. The mansion is located at the heart of Cadwalader Park, a National Register Historic Park designed by renowned landscape architect Fredrick Law Olmsted, designer of Central Park in New York City.

An Event to Remember

Create a special occasion to remember at the Ellarslie Mansion. The convenient location offers an historic backdrop as the perfect setting for any event.
Whether you are planning an intimate or larger gathering, your event at Ellarslie will be everything you hope it to be. Your event will be personally managed for a uniquely memorable experience.

Wedding ceremony and reception venues include a variety of park or mansion views. The grand central stair case is a signature spot for keepsake photographs, in addition to the spectacular grounds, porte-cochère and sweeping veranda of the mansion.



Your day at Ellarslie includes restroom facilities and on-site staff during your event. Catering and all other rentals, including tent, are additional. Book now to reserve your special
day by calling 609.989.3632


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