Whether for a gala sunset reception, or an intimate gathering surrounded by Gilded Age magnificence, the Flagler Museum offers a variety of wedding reception options. In our quest to maintain Henry Flagler’s legacy of extraordinary service, your location desires will be met to perfection at the effortlessly elegant and timeless Whitehall mansion.
On August 24, 1901, Henry Flagler married Mary Lily Kenan and the couple soon moved into their Palm Beach estate Whitehall. Whitehall was Flagler’s wedding present to his new bride, 75-room Beaux Arts palace was hailed in contemporary accounts as "More wonderful than any palace in Europe, grander and more magnificent than any other private dwelling in the world..."(New York Herald, 1902). Today, Whitehall is a National Historic Landmark creating experiences you’ll remember for a lifetime.
Whitehall offers a variety of grand spaces each filled with breathtaking 19th century splendor and enduring architectural details. Marble floors, painted ceilings, and crystal chandeliers impart a classic atmosphere. There are unique event spaces, including the Grand Hall with its grand double staircase, the West Room with its 27ft. ceilings, and the new Flagler Kenan Pavilion with its panoramic water views. Begin envisioning your perfect day by contacting the Member Services Manager.