About Rock Ford Plantation
Rock Ford Plantation is the circa 1794 home of the Revolutionary War General Edward Hand, a National Register historic site. The restored 18th-century barn and grounds at Rock Ford are available to rent for weddings and receptions, providing the most outstanding venue for historic barn weddings in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Situated on 33 picturesque acres surrounded by gardens, woodlands, the Conestoga River, and General Hand's mansion, our barn can seat up to 110 guests while larger groups can be accommodated with an adjacent outdoor tent. The barn has charming rustic features such as handcrafted colonial-style lanterns, original hand-hewn beams, and stone interior walls while boasting modern amenities such as a separate catering area with a microwave, commercial stainless steel refrigerator and sink, heating and air conditioning, dimmer switch lighting control, and men's and ladies' restrooms. Our 18th-century style bar is perfect for serving drinks to guests.
Rock Ford is a sophisticated venue that provides couples with a dream-come-true location by offering a picturesque setting for the exchange of vows and the celebration of that commitment. Rock Ford is available to exclusively one event per weekend, providing couples with maximum time and flexibility to prepare for and enjoy your special day.
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