Step back in time by booking an event at the Mary Stegmaier Mansion.
This historic destination was constructed in 1911 and emulates the timeless elegance that dominated the Wilkes-Barre area in the early 20th century. Architects and fellow natives, Knapp & Bosworth, designed the mansion to display the essence of luxury that fell in line with the trends of the time period, which continue to live on today.
Today, the Mary Stegmaier Mansion is fully restored and serves as a venue for events ranging from specialty teas, banquets and weddings. The elements of grandeur make the Mary Stegmaier Mansion a sought after space. The intricate woodwork, grand staircase, and breathtaking solarium contribute to the attractive elements that prospective attendees seek and are what Wilkes-Barre natives take pride in. Locals and newcomers enjoy the Mary Stegmaier Mansion because it acts as a window to Wilkes-Barre’s rich history.
Along with the mansion’s detailed décor, the amenity is able to accommodate events of any size and also includes a billiards room and Grande Ballroom. To fully accommodate wedding parties, the third floor is a preparation room that serves the needs of any bride-to-be. The fully restored and staffed Mary Stegmaier Mansion is a venue that can meet a variety of needs.