Begin your “happily ever after” at the Kaminski House Museum, a historic home formerly owned by prominent Georgetonians including mayors and police chiefs. Under the headline, “He Promised Her the Moon and Stars,” The New York Times came here, under a total solar eclipse, to cover a most-romantic wedding on Aug. 22, 2017.
From the picturesque waterfront view to the moss-covered oak trees, the Kaminski House offers a picturesque setting for starry-eyed lovers on any day of the year. Guests will fall in love with the unique blend of Southern country charm and vintage elements of this coastal waterfront venue.
The Kaminski House Museum can accommodate up to 300 guests, but it can be booked for a minimum of 10 guests. There are two event spaces for outdoor weddings and celebrations: Couples can say their vows under giant oak trees on the spacious lawn of the Kaminski House Museum or on the Kossove Terrace, which overlooks the water. Both locations offer countless photographic opportunities.
Those booking at Kaminski will have use of a bridal suite, event planning, event rentals, lighting/sound, tents. Everything is wheelchair accessible. In addition to wedding ceremonies, other wedding-related celebrations, such as bridal showers, engagement parties and receptions, can be hosted at the Kaminski House Museum.