Heritage Square is a romantic setting for your wedding. The Rosson House Museum is a magnificent two-story Queen Anne-Eastlake brick home. A spindled moon gate arch frames the wrap-around front porch. Rich red glass transom in the front rooms cast a magical aura. An opulent staircase descends to a parquet floor in the entryway, making this an ideal spot for a small intimate affair.
Brick walkways line emerald green manicured lawns under a canopy of seasonally colorful shade trees and lead to the Lath House Pavilion. This contemporary structure, influenced by 19th Century concepts of a botanical conservatory and gazebo, is perfect to handle a large number of guests. In this setting, there is room for dining, dancing, and entertainment. A catering kitchen is available.
For more rental information about Heritage Square, or if you are ready to book, call 480.789.9781, or email
Photo credit Julius photography & Lauren segall photography & scott english photography