Located at 307 High Street in Mount Holly, the Burlington County Lyceum of History and Natural Sciences is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. A stately two and 1/2 story story Georgian building, the Langstaff Mansion was built in 1830 by wealthy plantation owner James Langstaff. The building features original crystal chandeliers, blue marble fireplaces, painted glass panes, and decorative trim and molding, on over two acres of landscaped grounds. The grounds and the community room, measuring 24 by 43 feet, are available to rent for catered events. The maximum capacity is 72.
Located at the intersection of Centerton and Hartford Roads in Moorestown, the Agricultural Center sits is nestled on a 62 acre preserved working farm. The Agricultural Center is home to a seasonal farmers’ market held on Saturdays from May-October. The newly renovated farmhouse includes meeting space and the farmhouse kitchen, a commercial kitchen providing kitchen space for local farmers and food entrepreneurs to explore. The Market Barn, perfect for an outdoor, rustic celebration, measures 105 x 40 feet and is covered with open sides. Capacity is 175. The Market Plaza which measures approximately 105 x 110 feet and has one 30 x 60 foot event tent.
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