About Tobacco Farm Life Museum
Tobacco Farm Life Museum is a historic venue in Kenly, North Carolina. They specialize in preserving a heritage and celebrating a way of life. This museum offers a wide range of possibilities for rustic wedding ceremonies and receptions, all while in a historic setting. Their venue is ideal for couples interested in honoring their roots or taking inspiration from the past on their special day. This space offers the perfect vintage backdrop for your big day alongside their eight historic buildings on-site. With log cabins providing a ranch style vibe and a spacious 4.5 acres of land to enjoy, you will not want to miss out on this opportunity so book now.
Facilities and Capacity
This 6,000 square foot space features both permanent and rotating exhibits on farm life, southern medicine, domestic skills, rural social life, and artifacts. You and your guests will have the opportunity to step back in time to a turn-of-the-century homestead, including a restored house and detached kitchen, smokehouse, log tobacco barn, and even an outhouse. The space is ideal for indoor weddings of up to 55 people or outdoor weddings with up to 200 guests.
Their team of event coordinators will work with you to bring your wedding vision to life. Your wedding day is unique and they want to honor that and make sure it exceeds all of your expectations. Plus, they are willing to work with outside vendors and caterers for you to choose from in order to add a personalized touch to your special occasion. Their other wedding venue services include:
- Liability insurance
- Parking for guests to use for easy access to the venue
This 4.5-acre rustic venue is conveniently located near the I-95 and Hwy 301. It is also in close vicinity to florists, caterers, as well as other amenities, which is helpful when working with outside vendors and caterers on your big day.
Since 1983, the Tobacco Farm Life Museum has been preserving the history and cultural heritage of the Eastern North Carolina farm life. It was established by a group of local families who had pride in their past and a strong volunteer spirit. Having seen the way of life of their parents and grandparents becoming obsolete, these families wanted to preserve this personal and special history for future generations. It has now grown to an internationally recognized and accredited museum and continues to interpret and present important rural legacy to the public.
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