The Old Mill is the perfect place for your Wedding, Wedding Reception, BOTH or just a gathering of friends. It sits on the banks of the River Raisin with a picturesque park just outside and steeped in rich history and beautifully restored by the Old Mill Restoration Committee and volunteers.

There are two reception rooms to choose from, the Busz Room (seats 70) with available Wedding Chapel that seats 120 guests and the Old Mill Banquet Hall that will support 300 guests. Scott Heck is our on site caterer and can arrange for your food requirements. See the information below and call for complete details.
 

 

For room rental information
please call 734-529-8596

A $100 security deposit is required
to guarantee your room rental.
Rental must be paid in full two weeks
prior to date.


Catering is available
for any event.

For Banquet and Catering
information &
Large Banquet Hall Rental
please call Scott Heck
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734-216-5601

www.catering-by-scott.com



Wedding Chapel Service Available
Please contact the Old Mill for details.
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734-529-8596

 

 

 

 

 

Room Rental

Old Mill Banquet Room

Old Mill Banquet Room Photos

Marjorie E. Busz Conference Room

Our conference room will hold approximately 70 people, making it
an ideal spot for your next meeting, lunch, dinner or any type of
party for a slightly larger crowd. Includes private restroom.
Rent is $250 for a five hour block of time, additional time
$25 per half hour. A $100 deposit required upon signing of contract.

Wedding Chapel Room

The Marjorie E. Busz Conference Room transforms into a Wedding Chapel which seats up to 120 people. The Chapel rental fee is $350.00 which includes rehearsal, wedding service and time for photos. The room can be transformed back into a reception room which seats up to 70 people. A rental fee of $600.00 allows for a combined use of the room for the wedding and reception.
A $100 deposit is required upon signing of contract. All rental fees must be paid in full one month in advance of the event.

 

 

 

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