Stoltzfus Homestead and Gardens has a rich history dating back to the 1700s when homesteaders purchased the land to farm and raise their family. Working together as a community and fueled by an innovated spirit, the homesteaders built the Grand Barn in the 1800s and the Tobacco Barn in the 1900s and grew crops on the surrounding land. The craftsmanship in the two barns is simply remarkable so it was only fitting to preserve the integrity of the barns as historic buildings when the property was open for weddings in 2014. Stoltzfus Homestead and Gardens proudly stands as the only historically preserved wedding venue in the tristate area.
Stoltzfus Homestead and Gardens is owned by Myron and Sally Stoltzfus and Brian and Dawn Waltman. Myron grew up on the Homestead and fondly remembers working with his Dad and Granddad and playing in the barns with siblings and cousins. The Homestead was built and inspired by a commitment to family, and the staff at Stoltzfus Homestead and Gardens is dedicated to helping couples celebrate their wedding day with the joy of laughter, the tenderness of tears and the gift of memories that will last a lifetime.