Park-McCullough is one of the finest, most significant, and best preserved Victorian Mansions in New England. It is an important example of a country house in the Second Empire Style and incorporates architectural features of the Romantic Revival style that were popular at the time. To a great extent, the Estate retains the integrity and impact of its original design. Built in 1864-65 by local attorney and entrepreneur Trenor Park.
As seen on The Knot, couples that wish to enjoy their wedding ceremony and reception at a serene venue can find a wonderful option at the Historic Park-McCullough. Set in the picturesque Vermont countryside, the beautifully preserved 1865 Mansion and newly renovated 19th century Carriage Barn makes your special day extraordinary. The mansion sits on 200 acres of land that is covered in green vegetation, diverse flowers and trees. Once booked, the entire house and grounds are reserved for the couple and their guests, making this venue truly romantic and a private affair. The wedding ceremony and reception can be held either indoors or outdoors. “The Big House”, the Carriage Barn, the garden and veranda are also great locations for corporate events, workshops, private concerts, meetings, showers, reunions, and fundraisers!