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Trumbauer Weddings

City Chic

Visit Trumbauer Hall in the heart of Center City!

Contact Laura Shoup

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    The Details

    • Location 215 S. 16th Street, Philadelphia
    • Indoor and outdoor space? Indoor – But there is an English Pub available for after parties! No need for outdoor space.
    • Is the space air conditioned? yes
    • Is it handicap accessible? Yes
    • Is there parking? There are many parking lots withing the block


    In the heart of Center City, this landmark mansion takes its name from Horace Trumbauer, esteemed architect of America’s Gilded Age.

    His career was launched with the creation of  Lynnewood Hall in Elkins Park, the Georgian Revival palace commissioned  by streetcar tycoon Peter A. B. Widener in 1897.  A native Philadelphian, Trumbauer is also associated with grandiose buildings in New York and Newport, the main library at Harvard University and much of the campus of Duke University. Today, Trumbauer is hailed as one of America’s premier architects.

    In 1906, he embarked on Trumbauer Hall, a formal Colonial Revival building of brick, concrete, limestone and marble construction. What began as one of the most prestigious private city clubs in North America is now also Center City’s best address for high-end entertaining. Since 1999, Jeffrey Miller has been the exclusive caterer for weddings, corporate dinners, fundraisers and other specialty events at Trumbauer Hall.  

    While inherently evocative of Old Philadelphia — complete with private parlors, a grand-scale rotunda and formal dining room that seats more than 200 people — Trumbauer Hall offers every modern comfort in 13 newly appointed rooms for overnight guests.

    Let Jeffrey Miller Catering make you and your guests feel like members of the elite as we craft an event you won’t soon forget!

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