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The Mansfield Barn

Jericho Wedding Venue

The Mansfield Barn is a beautifully renovated 150-year-old barn with unique charm and modern amenities. Located at the foot of Mount Mansfield, the Barn offers stunning views of the countryside. A private outdoor ceremony site is also on the property, and has gorgeous foliage views, as well as the top of Mt. Mansfield.


3 Irish Farm Rd
Jericho, Vermont
05465

802-899-2823


mansfieldbarn.com [email protected]


ABOUT

The Mansfield Barn is a beautifully renovated 150-year-old Vermont Barn Wedding Venue, located in Jericho, Vermont. The recently renovated property provides a unique charm that is perfect for a wedding or special event. Located at the foot of Mount Mansfield, the Mansfield Barn offers stunning views of the countryside regardless of the season. We consider it an honor and a privilege to host our Brides & Grooms at our Vermont Wedding Venue!

Facilities and Capacity
The barn is a beautiful rustic creation that can be fully customized to fit the tone and personality of your wedding. There is also plenty of space to host up to 200 of your friends and family. A private outdoor ceremony site is also on the property, and has gorgeous foliage views, as well as the top of Mt. Mansfield.

Services Offered
The staff at The Mansfield Barn will work with you one-on-one to help you create a wedding or special event that genuinely reflects you and your unique style. The staff has experience hosting ceremonies, wedding receptions, and engagement parties. Services included with the barn rental are:

  • Staff Supervisor for the entire event
  • Parking
  • Wheelchair Access to all areas
  • Tables
  • High Top Cocktail Tables
  • Chairs
  • Ceremony Site
  • Parking
  • Private Room for the Wedding party
  • Professional uplighting
  • Catering room - prep area

History
The Mansfield Barn has a long-running history dating as far back as the 1850s. The Barn and the surrounding farmland was passed between family owners, slowly expanding over the many decades. The farm, once known as the “Irish Farm,” was formally purchased by Grant and Susan Allendorf in November 2014. After that, Grant and Susan spent just under a year doing a full renovation of the property. They were mindful of the original structures, but have managed to end up with a venue that is truly unique.