Woodstock Farm Sanctuary is a barn and farm wedding venue located in High Falls, New York. Not only does this farm make a great place to host your wedding festivities, but the goal of all the work they do is to rescue and care for farmed animal refugees while also educating the public. Overall, they want to educate people on living a life that is full of compassion for animals. This venue also values diversity in the cultural, racial, sexual, and religious areas and welcomes all couples.
Facilities and Capacity
Woodstock Farm Sanctuary provides a beautiful, peaceful pasture sanctuary that can help you create a unique and unforgettable vegan wedding. This venue has both indoor and outdoor event spaces for guests to enjoy. The outdoor spaces have scenic views of the pasture and its rescued animals, which makes for great photos. The indoor banquet hall has wooden ceilings and floors with lots of window, which allows the natural light to flood in.
At Woodstock Farm Sanctuary, couples and their vendors will have exclusive access to use the entire Dining Hall building and its commercial kitchen, the patio overlooking the Shawangunk Ridge and Rondout Creek, two outdoor pavilions and outdoor chapel, and indoor restrooms. The property also allows parking for up to 150 vehicles in the visitor parking area. Other wedding event services offered include the following:
In April 2019, the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary will hold their grand opening of The Gray Barn, which is the new boutique inn on the property. This inn will offer guests a clean and modern accommodation in five bedrooms. Each bedroom comes with its own bathroom and private terrace so guests can enjoy the views of the property. With each stay, guests can take the private tour of the sanctuary, which will support the sanctuary’s non-profit rescue, education, and advocacy work. Guests who are choosing to stay overnight can also enjoy a fresh, seasonal vegan breakfast menu in the communal space. The breakfast will be prepared using local ingredients, and guests can enjoy their meal while looking out onto the pasture and Shawangunk Ridge.
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