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The Park Savoy

The Park Savoy Estate’s famous 19th Century architecture and elegant gardens together with exceptional cuisine from our renowned Chef and impeccable service make for a spectacular mansion wedding. The Park Savoy Estate is located in the heart of New Jersey. Private and easily accessible, it is conveniently located for you and your guests. The Perfect Venue for New Jersey Weddings, Corporate Events, Fundraisers, Banquets, and Celebrations. For over 50 years, The Park Savoy Estate has been one of the most exclusive, highly coveted New Jersey wedding venues and locations for corporate events, fundraisers, and other special occasions. Nestled in a historical garden setting, The Park Savoy Estate’s timeless mansion and gardens offer you the picture-perfect and uniquely elegant site for your wedding day.



The Château Grande Hotel offers an extraordinary level of refinement in a destination setting for weddings, executive retreats, and corporate events. Conveniently located in the heart of the tri-state, in East Brunswick, NJ, our idyllic French-American facilities suggest a proper measure of grandeur fit for the most important occasions. Modern dining & catering by the innovative chef David Burke complete the destination’s trifecta of event services, luxury lodging, and a relaxed bar & restaurant.


The Park Chateau

Nestled midway between Manhattan and Philadelphia on 15 rolling acres, the Park Château Estate & Gardens is a beautiful wedding venue and event hall bringing guests with over 30 years of catering experience straight to their table. This elegant wedding venue allows its visitors to step into the pages of a classic French Novel by embracing the gorgeous architecture of the time and capturing the essence of romance. Located in East Brunswick, New Jersey, the Park Château Estate & Gardens is an ideal midway point for many families and friends in the tri-state area.


Nanina's In the park

The 360 acres of Branch Brook Park were designed in the American romantic tradition, with undulating hills, scenic vantage points of the lake, and gurgling streams meandering through woodland glades. The park was conceived by Frederick Law Olmsted in 1867 and designed by the Olmsted Brothers firm between 1898 and 1938. You may recognize the Olmsted name from his work constructing Central Park in New York City. In developing the “Planting Plan” the Olmsted Brothers took advantage of the narrow stream valley where the cherries would mimic the scenery in their native Japan and light the valley in spring. This scenic design distinguishes the Branch Brook Park collection from all the other cherry displays in the country. Branch Brook Park’s cherry trees exemplify the American picturesque tradition and are a living, breathing legacy of unrivaled beauty that herald in spring. The park is a national and local treasure that’s listed on both the National and New Jersey State Registers of historic places.

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