WINNER!

 Ohio's 2020 Historic Farmstead of the Year

Let the countryside welcome you!   The CD C has said the outdoors is the safest place to gather because of ventilation , UV light, and the ability to give each other space. 

From Destination Weddings to Spiritual Retreats, Winterberry Farm is the place!

Welcome toWinterberry!  History at it's Finest

 
 EVENTS
"Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away."  
~ Anonymous 

Photo Courtesy of Ali Brassel Photography

My daughter and son-in-law were honored to be Winterberry Farm's first bride and groom. The ceremony was held in a gorgeous grove of trees, with the reception being held on the main level of the barn. The barn has multiple levels which would accommodate the ceremony, cocktail hour, dancing and the reception. This venue is a photographer's dream with an abundance of locations for pictures! The bridal dressing room is absolutely charming. There is ample parking, and the barn is handicapped accessible. 
Sabrina, the owner, has many packages and pricing options available. She put us in contact with a wonderful florist and baker, but also has the ability to match you with every vendor a couple might need to make their wedding special. She has painstakingly restored this 1830's barn to its former glory. The craftsmanship of the Grand Staircase and the chandelier are second to none. We highly recommend the outstanding venue and service of Winterberry Farm. It is the stuff dreams are made of!  Lisa Foley, Mother of the Bride

A Day on the Farm
The Sacred
is in the Ordinary...
in One's Daily Life...
in Friends, Family, Neighbors...
in One's own backyard. 
RESTORATION
"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."
~Eleanor Roosevelt

2723 N State Route 53

Tiffin, OH 44883

© 2019 Winterberry Farm

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