Historic 10th Street Station is a breathtaking and spacious facility easily accomodates up to 600 guests with elegance and style, whether for a wedding, party, banquet, conference or community event.
This unique piece of Armstrong County history was originally the Ford City Armory. The 11,660 square foot facility was built in 1925 and is designed in the Moderne architectural style by noted architect Clyde Hatten. It is on the National Register Of Historic Places. The armory was sold in 1996 due to the changing needs of the military and is now a classy, multi-purpose event space.
No view-obstructing columns exist in the ballroom which is graced with cathedral ceilings and archways structurally supporting the ceiling. These archways are lighted on the inside, producing a contemporary and artisticly designed effect. The ballroom also features a "special effects" lighted dance floor that captivates guests.
A new climate-controlled air conditioning and heating system keeps quests perfectly comfortable year-round. To add to the comfort, the venue maintains a smoke-free environment with handicapped accessible building entrances and restrooms.
Varies per event; call for information.
Free, on-site parking is available in lighted, paved and level lots.