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Except where noted, all of these locations allow outside caterers.

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GARDENS & ESTATES


The Barn Complex At Queens County Farm Museum

73-50 Little Neck Pkwy., Floral Park; 718-347-3276; queensfarm.org

Grazing livestock and a Dutch farmhouse set the scene on this 47-acre estate. Weddings can be held in the reception room of the museum’s thirties-era barn ($2,000 for four hours and up to 120 guests). For big parties (up to 1,000 guests), the apple orchard is available for rent ($2,000 for five hours). A pavilion space seats 85 and is ideal for wedding ceremonies. It can be rented on its own ($1,000 for four hours) or in addition to the others ($500 for one additional hour). (good value/eco-friendly)

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

1000 Washington Ave., nr. Montgomery St., Prospect Heights; 718-398-2400; palmhouse.com

The 52-acre Brooklyn Botanic Garden has numerous sites for ceremonies, including the Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden and the Italian-style Osborne Garden. Charles, Sally & Charles is the exclusive caterer for receptions in the Palm House, which holds up to 400 guests for cocktails and 300 for a seated dinner. Site-fee rentals range from $1,960 to $5,085, plus $130 to $210 per person. The total site fee and a percentage of the catering cost goes toward the preservation of the garden. Smaller weddings of 50 to 100 guests can rent the Atrium, which looks out onto the Japanese Garden. Prices upon request. (ecofriendly)

Central Park

212-360-2766; centralparknyc.org/weddings

Central Park holds plenty of scenic possibilities for weddings. There’s always the option of a small flash-mob-style ceremony, but permits are required for parties with more than twenty guests. The Bethesda Terrace has a fountain and looks across Central Park Lake. Cherry Hill has a smaller fountain surrounded by cherry trees that bloom in the spring. The Conservatory Garden’s three plots, located at Fifth Avenue and 105th Street, are in bloom from early spring through late October; a permit for this spot costs $400, plus $100 for photography. (good value/ecofriendly)

The Picnic House in Prospect Park

95 West Dr., nr. 5th St., Park Slope; 646-393-9031, ext. 2; prospectpark.org

The 4,000-square-foot glass-and-brick-enclosed pavilion features a wood-burning fireplace and elegant French doors leading out to a balcony that overlooks the Long Meadow. It’s available in eight-hour blocks and hosts up to 175 for dinner and dancing. Tables, chairs, an upright piano, and security are included in the $3,500 to $5,000 feeŚmuch of which goes back to the park for maintenance and preservation. Catering is additional.? (good value/ecofriendly)

Prospect Park Boathouse

101 East Dr., nr. Lincoln Rd., Park Slope; 646-393-9031, ext. 2; prospectpark.org

Tranquil views of the Lullwater complement the elegant Beaux Arts style of this landmark Brooklyn building, which can fit up to 130 guests for dinner and dancing. The Movable Feast handles both the catering (from $155 per person) and the rental of the Boathouse (from $3,000).

From the Summer 2014 New York Wedding Guide

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