THE PENGUIN ROOM AT WHITEHALL MILL
June 26th FROM 5pm-7pm
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The Goldfinch Room at Whitehall Mill is a sun-filled blank slate venue. Perfect for smaller gatherings like parties and showers, the space can hold up to 75 of your closest friends and family members. Located at the far end of Whitehall Mill, this quiet space is also a popular place for corporate retreats and meetings!

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Today’s Jones Falls Mills were originally known as the Mt. Vernon Mill. They were built between 1845 and 1918 by the Mount Vernon Company to keep up with demand for their popular and reliable cotton duck fabric. The complex and company grew as requests rolled in for cotton duck sails, uniforms, tents, and army parachutes. In fact, the Mount Vernon Company was the world’s largest producer of cotton duck fabric in world by the second half of the 19th century.

Today, our historic mill venues offer a serene waterfront setting for your next event. Filled with industrial charm and natural light, our spaces are the perfect place to celebrate life's greatest milestones.

Whitehall Mill has worn many hats, including that of a flour mill, a textile mill, a paper company, and most recently, it housed a large distribution center for Penguin Books. Since then, the space has been intentionally restored and redesigned with private events in mind.

The aptly named Penguin Room hosts all types of celebrations – from corporate gatherings to weddings, birthday parties and showers, we welcome events of up to 200 guests in our historic venue.

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the jones falls mill venues

Today’s Jones Falls Mills were originally known as the Mt. Vernon Mill. They were built between 1845 and 1918 by the Mount Vernon Company to keep up with demand for their popular and reliable cotton duck fabric. The complex and company grew as requests rolled in for cotton duck sails, uniforms, tents, and army parachutes. In fact, the Mount Vernon Company was the world’s largest producer of cotton duck fabric in world by the second half of the 19th century.

Today, our historic mill venues offer a serene waterfront setting for your next event. Filled with industrial charm and natural light, our spaces are the perfect place to celebrate life's greatest milestones.

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Jenna Davis Photography

Whole Heart Studios

Named after our mascot, the yellow-crowned Night Heron, the Heron Room is the perfect urban escape. Surrounded by lush greenery and the calming sound of the Jones Falls stream, it's common to spot the elusive Heron just off the venue's balcony. The Heron Room is located just 10 minutes from the heart of Baltimore City, and is equipped with an abundance of state-of-the-art amenities such as adjustable lighting, an in-house stage, a built-in bluetooth sound system, and an HDMI projector. With space for up to 120 of your closest family and friends, we welcome you to our hidden gem on the falls.

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the jones falls mill venues

Today’s Jones Falls Mills were originally known as the Mt. Vernon Mill. They were built between 1845 and 1918 by the Mount Vernon Company to keep up with demand for their popular and reliable cotton duck fabric. The complex and company grew as requests rolled in for cotton duck sails, uniforms, tents, and army parachutes. In fact, the Mount Vernon Company was the world’s largest producer of cotton duck fabric in world by the second half of the 19th century.

Today, our historic mill venues offer a serene waterfront setting for your next event. Filled with industrial charm and natural light, our spaces are the perfect place to celebrate life's greatest milestones.

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Seth Coggins, 2022

"An absolute hidden gem in Baltimore, for the most beautiful wedding venue. Together, Heron Room (Venue) and Cosima (Caterer) coordinated a breathtaking event for our wedding at Mill No. 1. If industrial Chic is your vibe, the legacy brick and style shines masterfully."

Naomi Cataldo, 2023 
Urban Row Photography

"Between the cobblestoned courtyard and hearing the Jones Falls running below, the combination of historic industrial buildings against nature and greenery (the views and photo ops from the bridge are a must!), this wedding venue is absolutely a hidden gem we're lucky to have in Baltimore! Outdoor ceremonies in the courtyard are simply magical."

Ariana Rizzo, 2022

"The vibe for our wedding was so important to us, the Heron Room captured everything we wanted and more! The views, the feel, it just has it all. The entire team was amazing to work with and we couldn't have asked for a more prefect day!"