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Venue Highlight - Dunham Tavern Museum & Gardens

Nestled within the busy city limits of Cleveland, the Dunham Tavern Museum & Gardens offers a serene escape into the past. As the oldest building still standing on its original site in Cleveland, established in 1824, Dunham Tavern serves as a significant cultural and historical landmark.

The Dunham Tavern Museum & Gardens is more than just a museum; it’s a living testament to Cleveland’s early days, offering visitors a glimpse into the city’s formative years. 2024 marks the bicentennial of the Dunham family putting down roots in Cleveland, providing a unique opportunity to celebrate and reflect on two centuries of history.

The Barn: A Venue with Historic Charm

One of the notable features of Dunham Tavern is The Barn, an intimate setting perfect for a variety of events. Originally constructed in the 1840s and rebuilt in 2000, The Barn is available for rent and is ideal for smaller gatherings, including luncheons, dinner parties, wedding festivities and showers. It can accommodate up to 80 guests for sit-down events and 110 for cocktail-style gatherings. It’s also an excellent venue for nonprofit organizations and corporations looking for a unique setting for their events. No matter what the occasion is, The Barn offers a distinctive atmosphere that’s hard to find elsewhere.

Visiting Dunham Tavern Museum & Gardens

The Dunham Tavern Museum & Gardens is open for tours on Wednesdays and Sundays from 1:00-4:00 pm. The gardens and grounds offer a peaceful retreat for guests. For more information on booking The Barn for your next event, Covesa Kelly Events is here to assist. Celebrate the rich heritage of Cleveland and your special day at this unique location!



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