Rich in beauty and history, Danada House in Wheaton, Illinois provides an ideal location for hosting your special event whether it be a wedding, banquet, meeting or party.
Commodity trader Daniel F. Rice and his wife Ada built this sprawling, white brick, 19-room country home in 1939. This was the home farm of the 1965 Kentucky Derby winner Lucky Debonair, ridden by jockey Bill Shoemaker.The Forest Preserve District of DuPage County purchased the home and the 780 acres the home sits on, including out buildings and a 23-stall Kentucky style stable in 1980.
White-walled, fluorescent-lighted business meetings are gone forever after experiencing a welcoming conference at Danada House in Chicago’s western suburbs. One of the most unique places for business meetings, Danada House marries the new and the old by offering the latest in technology as well as a storied past. All of these amenities are offered on a backdrop of one of the State’s most beautiful natural forest preserves.
Couples in search of a classic outdoor wedding in the Chicago suburbs will find award-winning Danada House offers a breathtaking year-round option. Sitting on 780 acres in Illinois’ Danada Forest Preserve, the unique event venue offers indoor and outdoor wedding reception options. Its stunning atrium can accommodate up to 250 guests and has tile flooring, a wooden dance floor, state of the art lighting and also offers WiFi and modern climate control.
501 South Naperville Road Wheaton, Illinois |