Marble House

A National Historic Landmark, Marble House was built for Mr. and Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt. It was the most lavish house in America when it opened in 1892. Marble House was the scene of both elaborate balls and political rallies to raise funds for the women’s suffrage movement. The view from the canopied terrace overlooks the colorful Chinese Tea House and the Atlantic Ocean beyond.

Capacity:

  • Terrace seated dinner: 200
  • Terrace cocktail reception: 250

 

Preservation Society of Newport County website

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