The Ruins at Kellum Valley Farm is a historical site and wedding venue located in Cleveland, Georgia. Nestled in a picturesque valley in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains, this unique wedding venue features 1800's stone ruins and breathtaking mountain views. With the option to dine outdoors among historic ruins, The Ruins at Kellum Valley Farm provides an enchanting and memorable wedding for wedding ceremonies and receptions.
Facilities and Capacity
This venue provides multiple covered and uncovered outdoor spaces to accommodate up to 350 wedding guests. Wedding ceremonies can be held under a beautiful magnolia tree, on an expansive lawn or with the ruins and mountains as a backdrop. For receptions, guests can dine al fresco under twinkling lights and stars accented by the ethereal 19th Century ruins. A stage provides additional space for live entertainment or music. The beautiful property provides several scenic and natural spots for engagement and wedding photos.
The Ruins at Kellum Valley Farm offers venue rental for weddings and other social events. This venue offers inclusive packages for couples who want a stress-free and personalized wedding experience. Event services offered include the following:
- Bridal suite
- Chairs and tables
- Setup and cleanup
- Event planning
- Event rentals
The Ruins at Kellum Valley Farm is an ideal location for hosting private parties of varying sizes. In addition to wedding ceremonies and receptions, this location can accommodate all of your wedding events, such as engagement parties, bridal showers and rehearsal dinners. This venue is also available for hosting corporate meetings, holiday parties, birthdays, anniversaries and other special occasions.
The Kellum family was one of the most prominent and wealthy families in the U.S. in the early 1900s. Mrs. Elizabeth Carnegie Kellum was the niece of Pittsburgh steel magnate Andrew Carnegie. Mr. and Mrs. Kellum and their children fell in love with the North Georgia Mountains and purchased over 1,000 acres to establish a working farm with Arabian horses, angora goats and other livestock. In 1928, the school and dormitory on-site burned and became the ruins that continue to be part of the original acreage known as Kellum Valley Farm.
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This is an absolutely elegant wedding venue and the owners are the best! I would highly recommend The Ruins at Kellum Valley Farm to any couple looking for that special location for their special day!