The York County Heritage Trust has been offering multiple event venues for years, but now things are changing for the better. In addition to Founders Hall, the soon-to-be newly renovated Meeting Hall, and the Agricultural and Industry Museum (AIM), the Trust will also be offering the Bonham House Garden, the Colonial Complex, and the Hall of Giants in AIM as the newest on their list of available venues.
The Bonham House was home to Horace, Rebekah and their two daughters from 1875 to 1965. The home’s backyard brick patio and garden is a quaint space for small gatherings, a cocktail hour, or even a small wedding ceremony. Accomac Events is excited to transform this space into a chic garden affair with the help of up-lighting, cocktail tables, and beautiful centerpieces.
The Colonial Complex offers numerous spaces for events. It is home to four buildings including the Golden Plough Tavern, The General Gates House, the Colonial Courthouse and the intimate courtyard out back. The only building open for events at the complex is the courthouse. The back yard of the Plough Tavern and the Colonial Courtyard are great outdoor spaces to host intimate summer events in downtown York.
The mac daddy of the recent changes comes with the opening of the Hall of Giants in the Agricultural and Industrial Museum (AIM) located on West Princess Street in downtown York. By combining the AIM lobby, courtyard, and Hall of Giants you have the capacity to entertain nearly 1,000 guests!
The York County Heritage Trust offers a variety of rental options combining the spaces that best fit your needs. For more information regarding these venues please don’t hesitate to contact Accomac Events. We would be happy to assist you with your planning.