Category: Life at Drumore

Spring Has Sprung at Drumore Estate

Our earliest spring flowering bulbs have recently finished blooming in our historic gardens and we wanted to share some of the beautiful sights. Currently we have various daffodils and tulips blooming. We also add pansies for additional spring color as we move into our wedding season in May. The close up above is of a… Read more »

Thursday’s with Tina: New Arrivals

Pink flowers inside greenhouse

May is here and the countdown for frost free days has begun! According to the Farmers Almanac, the last frost date is typically in early May. With that being said, this week Drumore Estate received a huge shipment of flowers. Our team set out to sort and store them in various locations around the Estate… Read more »

Thursday’s with Tina- Blooms and More!

Flowering magnolia tree in courtyard

Back in Action! It’s been a gorgeous week at Drumore Estate.  The sun has been shining, blue skies are endless and the temps even reached over 70 degrees.  The gardeners are back, the fountain in the Formal Garden is up and running, and the Grand Tent was put up Tuesday. Our first wedding is this… Read more »

Drumore Estate: Mansion Tour

Bride and groom in front of Drumore Estate mansion

The History of Drumore Drumore was built in 1938-39 for John Frederick Steinman by noted architect Robert Rodes McGoodwin. It was an active farm. They farmed peas and corn, which were canned in the basement by the house staff. It served as his principal residence until his death two days before Christmas in 1980. He… Read more »

Winter Maintenance – Painting the Shutters

Wedding dress hanging on the tree outside of Drumore Estate

This winter has been unseasonably warm and we’re not complaining. It’s been very tempting not to just take off and go for walks through the gardens, grounds and surrounding wooded trails. Due to the exciting year ahead we’ve been very hard at work gearing up for this years estate weddings! By far the most photographed location… Read more »