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The Trustees of Reservations invites couples planning their weddings, event planners, and members from the surrounding community to attend the First Annual Wedding Showcase at The Bradley Estate located in Canton, MA. The Showcase features visual examples of wedding formats and opportunities to talk with event vendors of all kinds. The event is free and open to the public as well as trade professionals. Others planning special events are also encouraged to attend and consider the Bradley Estate for their special occasion. Event attendees will:
The Eleanor Cabot Bradley Estate
2468B Washington Street
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Sunday, October 20 | 11AM–2PM
For directions and or more information, please visit www.bradleyestate.org or call 978-356-4351 ext. 4022. Admission is FREE. Weddings booked within two weeks of the showcase will receive a one-time only, unprecedented $1,000 rental discount.
About The Trustees & The Eleanor Cabot Bradley Estate
The stately country estate is owned and managed by The Trustees of Reservations, the nation’s oldest statewide land trust and one of Massachusetts’ largest conservation organizations with 111 beautiful reservations located around the state, over 35 of which are near Boston and the South Shore. Once a colonial farmstead known as Cherry Hill Farm, the Bradley Estate was transformed in 1902 into a classic country estate. Dr. Arthur Tracey Cabot hired architect Charles Platt, Platt noted for his expertise in designing impressive country homes in natural surroundings, to design a great house, landscaped grounds, and a complex of farm and estate buildings. Platt adorned the lovely natural setting with manicured lawns, a walled garden, and a brick-edged parterre garden. In 1945, Cabot’s niece, Eleanor Cabot Bradley, acquired Cherry Hill Farm and lived there with her husband until its bequest to The Trustees of Reservations in 1991. Mrs. Bradley made some notable additions to the property, including a greenhouse and a studio. Today, the Bradley Estate is open to the public and the house and grounds host special occasions for both private and corporate clients. Private events help to support The Trustees in their mission to preserve and protect important scenic, cultural and natural landscapes and landmarks for everyone, forever. To learn more, please visit: http://www.thetrustees.org/bradley-estate-functions/at-a-glance.html or www.thetrustees.org.
Additional photos available upon request.