The Baber House at Kennesaw Farms is the perfect setting for weddings, events and socials of all varieties. Located off Nashville Pike in Gallatin, Tennessee, its location is convenient and its setting is breath taking.
Built in 1856 by its namesake, Washington Baber, the mansion and its grounds are surrounded by history. Standing through occupancy during the Civil War to its days as a very successful thoroughbred farm, the Baber House is sure to bring sophistication to every event. The original floors and historic details still grace the mansion and will be the ideal backdrop for all events held within its doors.
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2 Reviews for Baber House at Kennesaw Farms
Recommended by 92% of couples
Brittany · Married on 04/04/2009
The Baber House is gorgeous even by itself. However, when it was decorated for our wedding, it was absolutely stunning. The surrounding area makes a great backdrop for bridal and/or wedding pictures. The staff is super flexible. We were able to have the house Friday and Saturday for a low cost (compared to other venues). It was wonderful! The courtyard in the back is the perfect place for a small or large wedding...we were able to squeeze 225+ guests back there. The conversion from ceremony site to reception was amazing, as well. This venue overall just makes a wonderful wedding/reception site!Sent on 04/14/2009
Christy · Married on 04/27/2013
The Baber House and its grounds were absolutely beautiful. I had planned on having my ceremony outside in the courtyard and my reception inside. Unfortunately, due to bad weather, the ceremony had to be re-worked to be inside. The grounds and house were very clean and well maintained. Heather, who is in charge of the venue's bookings, was very professional and responded quickly to my emails. I live in Clarksville and she was willing to work with my schedule and availability with no problems at all. My only complaint is that we were supposed to have the venue completely to ourselves on the wedding day. HOWEVER, an employee of Southeastern Building Corporation (who owns the house), showed up at the venue and throughout the house MULTIPLE times that day. That was slightly annoying.Sent on 04/29/2013