The Barn at Stratford is now featured on the Rustic BRIDE website created for those who want the simple elegance of a rustic barn wedding. They recognized the authenticity of our 1848 barn and the Delaware County Historical Society’s dedication to the history of one of the oldest homestead in the county. We can now proudly show our Rustic BRIDE badge.
Featured in recent Rustic BRIDE article
The Barn at Stratford is honored to be included in the wonderful RusticBRIDE.com article:
48 Charmingly Historic, Must-See Barn Wedding Venues from Across the United States
#9. The Barn at Stratford — Delaware, Ohio
Owned and operated by the nonprofit Delaware County Historical Society, the property featuring The Barn at Stratford is one of the oldest and most complete pioneer homesteads in Delaware County. This beauty sits on six acres and, in addition, to the 1848 barn, also is home to the 1820s Meeker House, which currently serves as a museum. We’re. In. Love.
About Rustic BRIDE
Rustic BRIDE was created by a native New Englander who fell in love with the charm of rustic weddings while planning her own wedding. She found that beautiful rustic venues were not easy to find, even on the wedding websites that focused on traditional wedding venues. Her frustration led her to creating Rustic Bride so that brides-to-be would not have to spend countless hours search to a beautiful rustic venue. Today, Rustic Bride features more than 3,000 rustic wedding venues and vendors across the U.S.
The Delaware County Historical Society is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote, preserve and sustain interest in the history of Delaware County. The Barn at Stratford is operated by DCHS as an event venue for weddings, corporate meetings and other special occasions.