Tryon Palace is Eastern North Carolina's premier destination for special events, weddings, corporate meetings and much more. Contact us today to find the venue that fits your needs.
Magnificent front view of the Governor's Palace provides that terrific palatial setting. A smaller setting than the expansive Palace South Lawn.
A sweeping lawn encircled by trees and gardens with a view of the Trent River from the Palace's South Entrance.
A beautifully historic setting for meetings, small weddings, receptions, and rehearsal dinners - and a lovely garden for your guests to enjoy.
A formal 18th-century "town garden" with small summer houses providing a shady retreat on warm days. Guests also enjoy the picturesque Carraway and Stoney Flower gardens located nearby.
A true Southern charmer with a colorful mixture of garden beds and lawn. This garden, which offers distant views of the Palace, is filled with plants and flowers inspired by mid 19th-century New Bern gardens.
A formal colonial garden featuring seasonal displays of spring bulbs, summer annuals, and fall chrysanthemums.
A serene, European-style garden featuring seasonal plantings in harmony with four seasons classical marble statues arranged along the sides, and terminating in a lovely terra cotta statue focal point.
The North Carolina History Center offers indoor ambiance and waterfront views at its most popular combination venue of Mattocks Hall and Bate Commons.
Ideal for open-air or tented-top gatherings, Bate Commons offers a protected courtyard bordering a beautiful wetland gardens boardwalk on the Trent River.
From the sweeping vaulted atrium ceiling to the columned corridors, Mattocks Hall is a perfectly grand setting for special dinners, wedding receptions, and other milestone celebrations.
This sophisticated, upper-story windowed board room, with a balcony overlooking the Trent River, will bring your meeting to life with its elegance and beautiful views.
Beautiful auditorium perfect for presentations and performances designed by members of the same team that designed the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Great acoustics and site lines, just more intimate.
Windowed gallery that includes New Bern historic guideline, Barbour Boat Works display, and more. Ideal for standing receptions.
Inviting, partially enclosed space for lectures and presentations. Also ideal for small dinners.
Multipurpose room for small group activities in informal meetings. Crafting clubs and other activity groups will appreciate the ample workspace.
Usage of our facilities also gives you the opportunity to explore the endless riches of North Carolina's history. Explore Tryon Palace’s museums, gardens, and historic sites with a special discounted group rate, or bring your event to life with performances and demonstrations by our historical entertainers (additional fees apply).
All Rates for 4-hour events.
Tables and chairs in Tryon Palace inventory included in fee for North Carolina History Center venues.