Congratulation to The Barn 1880: Historic Venue on their ribbon cutting last week! The renovations to the barn are AMAZING!
Their mission is to provide a space for you to create a unique and memorable experience for your guests. They strive to preserve the rich history of The Barn 1880 while offering modern amenities and exceptional customer service. They are committed to providing a beautiful and versatile space that can accommodate a variety of events and gatherings.
The Barn 1880 once belonged to Sarah Ellen Pound, a noted prosperous farmer in Kosciusko County. Her rise from hired girl to landowner and farmer of over 337 acres of prime real estate earned her a full-page article in the Indianapolis Star newspaper in 1909. A century later, Jon and Amanda Scroggs are crafting a new narrative as they dedicate themselves to the preservation, restoration, and repurposing of this historic landmark.
The Barn 1880 is a century-old two-level bank barn. The upper level offers an exclusive seasonal setting with an outdoor upper-level deck leading to the lower-level conversation patio and courtyard. The Milk Parlor is the lower level of The Barn 1880 and is available year-round. This 2,400 square foot space is newly renovated and includes modern restrooms, a courtyard patio, a second-story deck, and an outdoor conversation patio. Heritage House Farmhouse offers space for the bridal party to prepare for their ceremony. The Barn 1880: Historic Venue has hosted countless birthdays, graduations, bridal showers, baby showers, gender reveals, and holiday parties. They host weddings from May to October and are currently offering tours for 2024 brides and grooms.