FOR LIFE’S BIG EVENTS

PARTIES, CELEBRATIONS, CORPORATE EVENTS & MORE

Bar/Bat Mitzvah? Sweet 16? Anniversary? Graduation? Retirement? Reserve the Dye House for your next big event, then leave the rest to us. Whether your tastes run to the wild and splashy or the classic and sophisticated, let us set your stage on over 5,000 square feet of distinctive interior spaces and exterior bricked plazas. Beyond our own considerable resources, we can also connect you with event stylists, florists, photographers/videographers, DJ’s/musicians/vocalists, and more. From set-up to clean-up and everything in between, you can count on our hands-on, can-do staff to deliver.

VENUE DETAILS

The Mt. Washington Mill Dye House offers over 5,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space in three separate areas. The Dye House I & II, covering about 4,000 square feet, features two distinct spaces.

Together, the two sections can host approximately 200 guests for a seated dinner with a dance floor. For a more intimate gathering, the adjacent Cocktail Room and terrace can seat approximately 90 in 1,500 square feet. Combined, the Dye House I & II and Cocktail Room can comfortably accommodate as many as 400+ for a standing reception.

Rental rates vary depending on the day of the week and the venue areas requested. For rental rates please contact us detailing the type of event you’d like to host. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible, typically within 24 hours.

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BEAUTIFULLY HISTORIC

Originally built in 1810 by the Washington Cotton Factory to bring manufacture textile goods to Maryland, the Mt. Washington Mill is the third oldest existing cotton mill in the United States.

It later became part of a chain of seven mills in the Jones Falls Valley owned by William E. Hooper and Sons, the leading manufacturer of cotton sail cloth in the County.

After the end of World War I, declining sales of cotton lead to the sale of the mill to the Maryland Bolt and Nut Company, which ultimately ended the textile manufacturing in Maryland.

In 1989, Washingtonville Limited Partnership purchased the mill.  Renovations began with the removal of all the non-historical buildings and complex was converted into a mixed-use retail and office complex.  In 2014, the original Dyeworks building (c. 1847) was transformed to the Mt. Washington Mill Dye House event space.

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