RESERVE YOUR PLACE IN HISTORY Rent the Museums of the York County
Heritage Trust The York County Heritage Trust has four separate sites available for rent that would make the perfect backdrop for any affair. Be it formal or informal, entertaining at any of these properties would be extraordinary, unique and memorable. Check out this video at our Agricultural & Industrial Museum!
HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM
250 East Market Street, is a renovated car dealership dating back to the 1920's. Founders Hall, the main lobby area of the Museum and the Meeting Hall, which has a separate garden entrance, features an elegant black and white tile flooring to compliment any type of function.
Founders Hall (Seats 150 people/Receptions 250) Meeting Hall (Seats 100 people/Receptions 150)
AGRICULTURAL & INDUSTRIAL MUSEUM (AIM), 217 West Princess Street, is housed in a complex of renovated factory buildings, some of which date back to 1874. The outside courtyard area and expansive lobby and reception area provide an impressive setting for a wide array of reception functions. Lobby & Courtyard (Seats 150 people/Receptions 200) Lobby/Courtyard/Hall of Giants (Seats 300 people/Receptions 800)
COLONIAL COMPLEX (COLONIAL COURTHOUSE & COURTYARD) 157 West Market Street, is home to four buildings that reflect both private and public lives in early York. The reconstructed Colonial Court House, where the Congress met during York's nine-month tenure as Capital of the U.S. is ideal for smaller gatherings, while the Courtyard provides an intimate outdoor venue nestled within the complex. Colonial Courthouse (Seats 60 people/Receptions 120) Courtyard (200 people - seated or standing/no tables)
BONHAM HOUSE GARDEN 152 East Market Street, is the former townhome of Horace and Rebekah Bonham.This upper-middle class family owned the home from 1875 through 1965. The beautiful backyard garden is nicely tucked away, providing the feel of 19th century York. Garden (65 people - seated or standing/no tables)
For more information, please complete our Rental Interest Form and return it to Lauren Moore, Development Coordinator, via email at email@example.com, by fax to (717) 812-1204 or by mail to the York County Heritage Trust, 250 East Market Street, York PA 17403. For additional information or questions, please call Lauren at (717) 848.1587 x226.