The former home of scientist and philosopher Benjamin Franklin, where he lived between 1757 and 1775, was built in the first half of the 18th century and serves as a museum and educational facility as well as a venue for meetings and events. It can host receptions for up to 40 or dinners for up to 20.
Seasoned Events' sister company Venue Reservations will also work alongside the team to deliver venue sales and drive additional revenue to the venue.
Colin Sayers, managing director for Seasoned Events, said: "It’s great to have the opportunity to work with such an intimate venue which has so much history attached to it."
Sally James, operations manager at Benjamin Franklin House, added that as a charity, the venue had to maximise its assets and Seasoned Events demonstrated this through its understanding of the organisation and the support it can offer.
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