Housed in a beautifully renovative barn, the Penn Hebron Garden Club has been the place for members and guests to indulge their love of nature for decades.
The two-story barn was constructed in 1834. Its nearly 4,500-square-feet is often used by community and private groups for various programs and events as well as those of the club.
Guests enter through a cozy-looking shingled facade to discover a handsome interior harking back to an earlier era. This is especially so on the second floor, where a space designed for concerts, dance parties and other events amid the barn's original hand-hewn exposed beams with the ax marks still visible.
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Free, on-site parking is available.