Converted from a former dairy farm, the property consists of a 19th-century stone farmhouse, cow barn, horse barn and tractor barn situated next to a waterfall on a tributary of the Black River, and a reception center in a historic clapboard home across the road. The property's five historic buildings make up approximately 6,000 sq. feet of museum-quality exhibition space. Outdoor sculptures by world-reknown artists are installed throughout the grounds, and the buildings are surrounded by pastures, hayfields and extensive woodland.
Let our world-class exhibitions, unique architecture, and beautiful grounds be the setting for your next private or corporate event.
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Newhall Farm is located ten minutes up the hill from the Foundation. Deacon Weld established the property in the late eighteenth century and today it is still a working farm. The complex of traditional brick house and clapboard barns are surrounded by rolling pastures, hayfields, orchards and extensive woodland.
The former horse barn is now available as a charming venue for entertaining.
To learn more about hosting an event at Newhall Farm, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 802 952 1056.