History

Historic Mohegan Manor in Baldwinsville

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The four-story structure was designed and built in 1910 by renowned architect Ward Wellington Ward for the IOOF (Oddfellows). Now restored to its original condition, Mohegan Manor serves as Central New York’s most upscale Restaurant, Banquet, Reception, Wedding and Meeting facility.


Mohegan Manor’s W.F. Morris Ballroom

Mohegan Manor’s W.F. Morris Ballroom, with a 22-foot domed ceiling, hardwood floors, and a 15 by 30 foot oil painting, Adjacent to the O.M. Bigelow Lounge and Reception area, the Manor’s Ballroom frequently hosts Weddings, Meetings, Theater, Concerts, and Dances. A local preservationist saved this treasure to be used by many more generations. Like many beautiful old structures, modernization and potential remodeling threatened Mohegan Manor. The newly restored Manor offers four levels. Three are used primarily for Banquets, Receptions and Meetings, and at street level, the Lounge and Wine Gallery serves lunch and dinner. Next to the gallery is The Restaurant at Mohegan Manor.


Mohegan Manor Today

Travel back in time to the historic elegance of the Mohegan Manor.

The Manor today provides an elegantly perfect atmosphere while maintaining the architectural glory of yesteryear. From the main floor The Restaurant at Mohegan Manor, to the Lounge & Wine Gallery, we also offer two floors for private parties with rooms suitable for weddings, rehearsal dinners, conferences and business meetings or any special social gatherings. Our professional staff will help you with your own custom menu and plans for creating memories!

Our daughter had her wedding at Mohegan Manor. Dennis and his staff made it easy to plan the event. The room and tables looked great. The staff was exceptional and very attentive to our needs. The food and appetizers were great. Everyone we talked to commented on how good their meal was. This is a jewel, if you are in the area, stop by and have a drink in the bar or try the restaurant or sushi bar.

– John. C from Yelp