Discovering the Lovely Living History Park

The park is located in North Augusta. The Living History Park is a beautiful wedding location that seamlessly blends rustic aesthetics with natural beauty. The park was once a waterworks that was abandoned and is now a stunning community park, an educational center and a unique location to say your “I do’s.” With the assistance of the community and generous donations, the park was designed to reflect the way of life as it was in the area during the 1800s.

The region played a crucial part in the growth of Southern colonies, serving as a thriving trading post. Today, the park has a variety of beautiful structures with the look of the 18th century that includes an elegant meeting house Tavern, forge, and meeting place. You can exchange your vows under the shade of the trees, before a celebration beneath the vaulted ceilings of these amazing structures! If you’ve been searching for a unique wedding location that is more romantic but is still cost-effective, take a look at the beautiful Living History Park!

Venue notes

The rental cost is $1,800 to host a ceremony with reception. It is inclusive of 8 hours wedding time, including setup and cleanup time. The set-up fee for weddings with only a ceremony is $1,800. Additional hours can be scheduled at a cost of $100/hour. A security deposit that is refundable that is $300 must be paid.

Amenities:

  • Dressing area of the bride
  • Set up of the venue and clean up
  • Kitchen only for prep
  • Parking lot
  • Area for dancing
  • Tables and chairs for reception are included

Restrictions:

  • Bring your own alcohol.
  • Venues must approve of the decorations.
  • Approved outside caterer allowed.
  • Music amplified is safe both outdoors and indoors.
  • Smoking in designated areas is only permitted.
  • Music must conclude at 10:00PM.
  • No open flames.
  • Throwables are only for biodegradables

HOURS:

The grounds are open from 9:00 am until 5:30pm, unless the park is reserved for private functions, or the lawn crew has been cutting the grass. The buildings are secured and monitored in the event of a public celebration. Parks will remain accessible to visitors only when there is a private event scheduled.

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