Farm and barn wedding venues are one of the most popular types of wedding locations. In fact, 10 percent of U.S. couples have selected barns and farms as their venue. In some areas, farm and barn wedding venues abound, but they can be harder to find in other parts of the country. To help you discover the rustic wedding venue of your dreams, the WeddingWire Editorial team searched through thousands of contenders and found our picks for the top farm and barn venues from coast to coast.
Take a look at our favorite farm and barn wedding venues to inspire your own rustic nuptials.
Fairview Farm Events
This barn is new to the scene, as it opened for weddings in 2014. One of our favorite features of this venue is the farm house on premises where the wedding party can stay together for a true destination wedding. The venue also includes antique farm tables and chairs, bistro lighting, and more.
Harvest View Barn at Hershey Farms
The climate-controlled barn wedding venue, which sits on 250 acres of property, was originally built in the 1800s, and restored in 2014. The two-story barn is designed for indoor ceremonies and cocktail hour on the lower level, with dancing and dining on the second floor. There’s a beautiful balcony overlooking a pond, too!
The Barn in Zionsville
The family that owns this barn first transformed it into a venue for their daughter’s wedding (aww)—and now it’s available to the public for weddings! This 1,800 square foot barn features chandeliers, vintage lighting, whiskey barrels, and chiffon draping.
Irongate Equestrian Center
Love horses? Then you’ll adore this venue near Columbus, Ohio. You’ll find rolling pastures and a gorgeous indoor venue that has the rustic, romantic barn look and feel down pat.
C U Lazy Ranch
A ranch wedding venue surrounded by panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains—what could be dreamier? If you love the outdoors, you’ll be thrilled to know that this venue not only hosts weddings, but your guests can also partake in lots of activities on the property—horseback riding, fly fishing, and more!
The Barns at Wesleyan Hills
A historic barn wedding venue combines a rustic setting with classic, vintage-inspired details. The property features numerous settings for portraits from a pond with bridge, to stunning willow trees.
The Red Barn at Outlook Farm
South Berwick, Maine
Couples rave about this rustic wedding venue, which features a gazebo for ceremonies and a wooden barn for receptions. The setting is versatile, ideal for a couple who wants a wedding with an “rustic chic” feel.
The Barn at Gibbet Hill
This 100-year-old beautiful barn wedding venue is set on rolling hills and features stunning views and yes, cattle! The outdoor ceremony space is absolutely picturesque and the indoor reception barn is all natural romance (love those exposed beams!).
Andover, New Jersey
The variety of wedding location options at this Northern New Jersey venue is truly something special. You’ll find a stunning natural orchard, a lake, an Italian-style piazza, and yes, a rustic barn (hello, gorgeous vaulted ceiling!) and silo. And to end your reception with a bang, this venue can set up a fireworks display to close out the evening!
Historic Barns of Nipmoose
Buskirk, New York
This venue includes not one, not two, but three stunning barns set on a picturesque landscape, plus a dreamy poplar grove for ceremonies. The multitude of barns provides ample options for both the reception and an indoor ceremony in case of inclement weather.
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From a sweeping historic estate to the wooden Heritage Hall, this venue is all about Southern charm with a rustic twist. The outdoor ceremony spaces are pretty dreamy, too—the perfect setting for a rustic-romantic wedding celebration.
Candler, North Carolina
From a ceremony in the gazebo to a reception in the wooden barn, this venue, located near Asheville, is the stuff farm wedding dreams are made of! To top it off, there are cabins on premises where your family and friends can stay for the weekend—love that!
Mint Springs Farm
This venue can host weddings year-round and offers a covered wooden ceremony pavilion as well as a rustic barn wedding venue for receptions. We also love the appropriately decorated bride’s suite and groom’s loft—perfect for getting-ready fun on the big day!
Sweet Seasons Farm Event Barn
Valley Head, Alabama
A wedding venue set on one of Alabama’s largest sheep farms (!), this barn has a vintage feel and comes alive with romantic lighting at night. And did we mention that there are sheep?
Wishing Well Barn, Inc.
Plant City, Florida
This Florida venue has the whole rustic-romantic thing down, but we love how it has a real sense of fun as well. They’ll provide outdoor games like corn hole and horseshoes, as well as set up a bonfire for an unforgettable after-party!
Pecan Springs Ranch
A venue with real Texas charm just west of downtown Austin, this ranch features pecan and oak trees on its 17 acres of property. We love the restored 1800s log cabin, complete with a gorgeous fireplace.
Vista West Ranch
Dripping Springs, Texas
It’s rare that we find a venue that truly defines bohemian chic, but this Texas Hill Country venue is it. We love the site’s unique industrial look, complete with concrete flooring and a tin roof, and its sprawling landscape. And—bonus—the venue can accommodate 60 guests to stay on premises for a true wedding retreat.
Bear Flag Farm
This organic farm features vineyards, fields of lavender, and stunning orchards—an inspiring and in-demand location for your wedding day.
A 677-acre farm featuring a barn from the 1940s, a log cabin, and beautiful gardens—and talk about amazing photo backdrops for you and your wedding party!
This 1800s-era barn venue can accommodate up to 400 guests, plus it offers several options for outdoor and indoor ceremonies. The Dairy Barn is the larger setting more intimate weddings can be held in the Hay Barn.