A Country Rose Reveals Our Favorite Tallahassee Venues: Pebble Hill Plantation
Pebble Hill Plantation incorporates the grandeur of an older time and the draw of rich history into your special day. The land, Purchased in 1825 by Thomas Jefferson Johnson started as a cotton plantation and later gained popularity as a hunting plantation. The beautiful house that currently stands on the grounds was constructed in 1936 by Cleveland architect Abram Garfield, commissioned by Kate Hanna Ireland. Upon Kate’s death, the property was passed to her daughter Elisabeth “Pansy” Ireland. It was Pansy that decided the land and stunning plantation home ought to become a museum, and in 1983 the Pebble Hill museum opened for all to enjoy. The art collections of both Kate and Pansy are currently displayed in the Main House. Additionally, Pebble Hill Museum contains vast collections of antique furniture, china, and equestrian paraphernalia as well as turn of the century carriages.
Only minutes outside of Tallahassee in Thomasville Georgia, Pebble Hill Plantation is ideal for wedding ceremonies and receptions as they provide a variety of different venue options. The size of your event will help determine which location that is best for you. Some areas lend themselves to intimate gatherings while others are more expansive and can accommodate much larger groups. Grounds locations such as the Stable Courtyard are the perfect outdoor venue for a larger wedding, whereas Uno Hill Barn is the ideal choice for indoor events. Adjacent terraces offer additional space when weather permits. Pebble Hill is a member of TAWP - Tallahassee Area Wedding Professionals.
Pebble Hill Plantation's Kitchen Garden. Photo credit: Allen Adams Photography
Photo Credit: Lauren Kinsey
Pebble Hill Contact Information:
1251 US Highway 319 S, P.O. Box 830 Thomasville, GA 31792
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