LongHouse Reserve

Tucked away on a quiet road in East Hampton, this 16-acre world-class sculpture garden evokes the dramatic art-meets-nature landscape of Storm King Art Center, but on a more intimate scale. Renting out the entire property for the day is required, but it grants you full access to the space with an easy progression from one picturesque backdrop to another. Ceremonies are typically held on Hornbeam Allée—an area lined with hornbeam birch trees—and followed by a Champagne toast near the stone bridges. Receptions are on the First Lawn, a large tract of grass that can easily accommodate a spacious tent. Nights usually end around the fire pit on the amphitheater’s grassy knoll. Smaller weddings for up to 75 are the norm, but once a summer, one bigger party for 250 is permitted

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