The Barn at Fallingwater is a unique site that will allow you to create the ideal meeting for your business or organization.
The Barn is a converted historic Pennsylvania bank barn, located about 500 yards north of Fallingwater at the entrance to the Bear Run Nature Reserve. Several distinct settings are available that can be used by themselves or combined to meet your groups needs. The proximity to Fallingwater allows you to create the perfect ending to your meeting – tours of the house with social time on the bridge outside.
The Fireplace Room
The Fireplace Room features a large stone fireplace that dominates one end of the room. The original milking parlor from the time when the barn was an active dairy farm, it has been renovated to serve as event space while still retaining the feel of the original parlor.
The Threshing Room
The Threshing Room is exactly as the name implies – the large room in the upper barn that was used for the separation of grain seeds from the straw, it also was used for hay storage in the lofts overhead. The Threshing Room has been restored to preserve the integrity of the space, including the 19th century post-and-beam construction and barn board walls. The Threshing Room is for seasonal use only as it is not heated or air-conditioned. Typically, it is used from May through mid-October. Large sliding doors open to the rear allowing events to expand to the outdoors. Tents can be added to this area to provide additional covered space.
Conference and meeting spaces are charged by the full hour, with a minimum charge of two hours.
|Upper Barn (seasonal)||60||125||30|
(Other seating configurations available. Please call for capacity)
Catering service is available for breakfast, breaks and lunch.
- Podium and microphone
- High-speed internet connection
- Conference Phone
- LCD Projector
- Laptop w/wireless mouse
- Cordless microphone (handheld or lapel)
- Easel, flipchart and markers
*Additional charges may apply for some amenities.
Lodging is available for your group at several nearby facilities including the Historic Summit Inn, 7 Springs Mountain Resort, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, Polymath Park Resort, Days Inn Donegal, Ramada Ligonier, Ohiopyle Vacation Rentals, Hartzell House B&B, Quiet House B&B with cottages, Country Seasons B&B, the Inne at Watson's Choice and The Historic Stone House Inn and Restaurant. Additional lodging information is available from the Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau.
Complete details are available by contacting Lea Wingard, Special Event Coordinator, at 724-329-7802 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.