Host your next event at Steppingstone!

With picturesque views of the Susquehanna River and surrounding countryside, multiple site options to best fit your function, and a convenient location Steppingstone Farm Museum is the perfect place for your next event!  Please see our Bookings Calendar  for availability.


Please contact the museum during office hours, Tuesday-Friday 9am-2pm, for more information. You can also send an email to  to book an appointment to see the site.


Ceremony and Reception Venue

With lots of outdoor options and a beautiful traditional barn for as rustic or as formal a wedding as you desire.  Please visit our weddings page for more details for this special day!


Meetings, Retreats, Parties

A great location filled with lots of light, it includes a kitchenette, and small refrigerator for hosting birthday parties, business retreats or meetings, showers and more!  The room is 30'x29' and can seat up to 60 at tables and 100 auditorium style with power strips around the room.  Climate controlled!


Reunions, Retreats, Parties

The pavilion is surrounded by fields, forest, and the historic structures of the museum. The lovely arched roof makes an excellent setting for your graduation party, class or family reunion, club picnic, or birthday party. Ten (10) picnic tables included.

Carriage Barn

Galas, Proms, Parties

The Carriage Barn is a lovely renovated space with Victorian style lighting and six (6) antique carriages. The barn is 30'x90' with open floor space excellent for dances, parties, and other events. 

With a dance floor, this space can seat up to 140. As a traditional barn, it is not climate controlled so use is limited to mid April- early November.

For additional information, please email our Executive Director at or fill out the form below.
Appointment Request
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