Historic treasure, I am lucky to live and work here
The Waterford Fair is a 5 star event each and every year. It is fantastic for families and kids of all ages. The arts and crafts are off the chart and the crafts folk have to demonstrate, too. It is amazing to watch these people work. Make this a fall tradition! More...
An idyllic wedding location and venue! My husband and I rented the Waterford Old School in early November 2015, and we couldn't be happier with our choice. The Waterford Old School brims with potential and ensures a stylish, unique wedding that guests will enjoy, as it provides maximum flexibility for decorating while preserving a sense of historic nostalgia. Perfect for taking rustic, elegant, or vintage style wedding photos, as the venue grounds and surrounding town of Waterford are beautifully scenic and charming. Given the striking fall foliage and the storybook homes and gardens, this is one of the most underrated wedding venues in the DC metropolitan area. And the icing on the cake is the affordability factor! I loved getting ready with my bridesmaids in the Old School's vintage style classroom space, and it made wedding prep seamless as we were able to bring our stylists on site. We held the ceremony and the reception there, which proved convenient for our guests. For more selective brides, the Waterford Old School ensures maximum choice of vendors on all fronts, which allows couples to focus on the elements that matter most to them, while reducing costs as well. One of my favorite things about the Old School is the hallway with floor to ceiling windows, connecting the vestibule to the banquet space. Guests thoroughly enjoyed the indoor/outdoor mix of spaces and mingled on the veranda till late in the night. We received many compliments on our choice from friends who enjoyed the bucolic surroundings and the relaxed yet elegant atmosphere. If you are looking for an artistic wedding that stands out, then definitely visit the Waterford Old School. You will love this venue! More...
One of the best fairs in the Mid-Atlantic region -full of historic homes, crafts, music, food and fun