There are multiple historic buildings on the Roycroft Campus. Four of these structures have rental space to fit a variety of group sizes and needs. Maximum capacity is determined by seating arrangements for individual events. For additional information regarding this topic, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank You
The Power House
The Power House was reconstructed in 2012 and offers reminders of its historic significance from large scale murals of the original coal boilers, to a “Sanborn map” superimposed on the floor to represent the original 1910 layout of the building. The unique blend of “the old and the new” creates an inspiring setting for any event.
The Print Shop
The Print Shop, built in 1901, has recently undergone restoration to accent its historic beauty. Dard Hunter Hall, located on the second floor, was a ballroom for the employees of the Roycroft. Today, it still boasts its original vaulted beam ceiling and gleaming hardwood floors.
Not only does the Campus offer numerous indoor settings, it also has beautiful outdoor space to host events. The Roycroft gardens are stunning during any season. Enjoy an airy ceremony on the Great Lawn or remember a special occasion with photographs against a natural, historic backdrop.
The Roycroft Inn & The Chapel
The Roycroft Inn (1897-1905) and Chapel (1899) are two of the earliest structures built on Campus and are filled with original woodwork, furniture, and historic ambiance. Each space offers an intimate setting for bridal/baby showers, weddings, corporate retreats, anniversary/birthday celebrations and bereavement receptions, and has several rooms to choose from for your special event. Based on the layout, rooms can accommodate from 10-150 guests. For more information regarding rooms, menus and special arrangements for these spaces, please visit The Roycroft Inn website.