Ker Place Onancock, Virginia
This magnificent Federal period Georgian style house was built in 1799-1803 for prosperous merchant farmer John Shepherd Ker and his wife Agnes Corbin Ker and their family. It is described by the Virginia Historical Landmarks Commission as "the finest and most elaborate Federal mansion on Virginia's Eastern Shore," and "one of the Shore's major architectural landmarks."
Make your own history at Ker Place by choosing the house and grounds as a venue for your wedding, business party, conference or other special occasion. The building is sure to add that something special to your event.
Our rental rates are comparable with other premier hospitality locations, and we have tables, linens, chairs and audio/visual equipment available for your use during your stay.
Capacity (Seated / Cocktail): 200 / 200
Max Number of Simultaneous Events: 1
Outside Catering Permitted (BYO): Yes
Venue Type/Style: Museum, Historical Building
On-Site Cuisine Options: Use Your Own Caterer
Minimim price for 100 guests:
- A/V Equipped
- Accept Credit Cards
- Bridal Room
- Full Kitchen Access
- Internet Access
- Onsite Ceremony
- Outdoor Ceremony
- Outdoor Reception
- Outside Catering Permitted
- Parking Lot
- Tables and Chairs
- WiFi Access