CEREMONIES: symbolic, protestant RECEPTIONS: aperitivo, dinner indoors and outdoors
ACCOMMODATION: no CAPACITY: 100 guests for the reception
1000 years of history
Torcrescenza Castle is in a large secular park in the north of Rome. This splendid residence, still inhabited by an ancient noble family, is rich in history and works of art.
The castle was built by the Marquis Francesco Crescenzi on the site of an ancient watchtower from the 1100s.
The actual castle was enlarged in the Middle Ages, when the family took over a large part of the surrounding area and therefore it became necessary to build a castle in a strategic and strongly fortified position.
The main structure dates back to 1400, but over the course of history it has undergone some small extensions and changes up to the present day.
The drawbridge, which in ancient times was used to cross a moat, allows access to the first courtyard through an imposing door. In the first courtyard fountains and the sound of the water attract attention.
The second courtyard is characterized by a 1400s peperino portico with an ancient stone well in the center which was once used for life in the castle.
In the twentieth century the two courtyards were covered by an iron and glass structure to form a suggestive and romantic jardin d'hiver. This structure, in addition to an aesthetic factor, allows you to maximize the use of the Castle spaces for both summer and winter weddings and events.