Nestled behind the historic Hawken House is the Hearth Room, an intimate banquet hall ideally suited for wedding receptions, showers, birthday parties, business meetings, family reunions, luncheons, seminars, or for any other special occasion.
Local History, Warmth and Natural Beauty for Your Next Event
An open patio, courtyard, and volunteer-managed herb garden enliven your outdoor event.
Enjoy a cozy fire in the massive stone fireplace, dine and dance to celebrate your special occasion.
Your reservation includes access to a full kitchen so you can prepare your refreshments.
Accommodates 100 guests and is handicap accessible.
Ample parking is available on-site, as well as on the street.
Available 7 days a week, between 10 AM and 11 PM.
Reasonable rental rates for the ample amenities offered.
Complete flexibility to use the caterer of your choice.
The Hearth Room offers a sense of local and national history. It is a beautiful location that is perfect for your special gathering.
For more information, availability, and pricing email [email protected] or
"The Hearth Room is a great venue for small weddings and events. The house is awesome."
- James Bielefeldt
Don’t forget to arrange a tour of the Historic Hawken House Museum for a tax-deductible donation.
The outdoor patio attached to the Hearth Room is specifically included in the rental of the Hearth Room at Historic Hawken House, however, many renters choose to utilize the public park area in between the Hearth Room and the raised-bed Herb Garden, which we refer to as the Courtyard.
The construction on the rear porch of the Historic Hawken House is FINALLY beginning in April of 2023!
It is our hope that the construction will have little impact on your plans as the project should hopefully not take long to complete and the construction will not affect events in the evenings or weekends.
Renters should likely make plans to avoid the Herb Garden area for their events.
The City of Webster Groves parks manager has assured the Historical Society that they plan to regularly mow the lawn and courtyard areas, however, this is 100% out of our control as the Historic Site is in a publicly maintained park and we are at the whim of their available crews. Our volunteers and those of the Webster Groves Herb Society do their very best to maintain the immediate historical site grounds with the resources and weather limitations we have. Your grace and patience with this situation are greatly appreciated.