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The Palace at Somerset Park

Somerset, New Jersey, New Jersey

One Property. Two Private and Exclusive Wedding Venues

The Palace at Somerset Park is on 30 acres of picturesque grounds in Somerset. It is a versatile and beautiful setting for your wedding.

The venue offers complete privacy and exclusivity for your event. Our East House and West House, hold one event at a time. Each resides on opposite sides of our property. In addition, each house has its private drive, valet, parking area, entrances, foyer…your day is yours alone.

Event Spaces & Capacity
  • East House: You are met with a Tuscan fountain. Imagine marble elegance, glamorous ballroom, blue and gold touches, a suite and Juliet balcony. Hosts up to 600 guests,
  • West House: Old-world style with French doors leading to the terrace. The ballroom is elegant with numerous chandeliers and a Juliet balcony
  • Whole House: Combine both houses for a one-of-a-kid event.

The Palace is a grand 72,000-square-foot Palladian-style mansion. It is designed in the style of a Neo-Palladian villa. The splendid Newport homes of the Vanderbilts and Astors inspired this unique marriage between Continental craftsmanship and a New World sensibility. The grand sweeping elegance of the main building sets an elegant stage for your celebration.

In fact, the Palace has been featured on We TV’s “Platinum Weddings”, The Style Network’s “Whose Wedding Is it Anyway” and David Tutera’s “My Fair Wedding”. However, what is most meaningful are the consistently favorable reviews from past clients. 

Beyond the meticulously kept garden areas, innovative restaurant-style cuisine, and sheer beauty of the architecture, the people who create your event take incredible pride in creating “Exceptional Experiences”.

Contact us today for more information!


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Contact Person Sales Team
Address 333 Davidson Avenue, Somerset, New Jersey, 08873
Is your facility handicapped accessible Yes
Is the facility indoor only, outdoor only, or both? Indoor and Outdoor
Maximum capacity with dancing 600
Maximum capacity without dancing 600