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Anthony Wayne House

Living history.

Learn more about Anthony Wayne House events.

Contact Angela Dilella for a tour!

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"Beautiful venue,  stress free planning and the worlds best coordinator.  What more could an engaged couple ask for?  Anthony Wayne House exceeded all of our expectations!"

Ali Z.

The nitty gritty

  • Where's it located? 2049 Waynesborough Road
    Paoli, 19301
  • Are the events held indoors or out? Both - we have a beautiful clear top tent, beautiful grounds and a historic carriage house
  • Is there air-conditioning? no
  • What's the capacity? 220 with dancing, 240 without
  • Is it handicapped accessible? yes
  • Are there time restrictions? yes, talk to Angela about the details
  • How about parking? plenty

A place to make your own history.

Offering the perfect fusion of elegance and natural beauty, the historic Anthony Wayne House is an ideal setting for any special occasion.

Located on 16 lush Chester County acres, this picturesque Georgian-style house was once the home of Revolutionary War hero, General Anthony Wayne. With its manicured lawn, ever-blooming gardens, beautifully renovated carriage house and newly tented pavilion that seats 250, this venue is certain to leave a lasting impression on your guests. Whether you are hosting a wedding, a reunion, or a company meeting, the Anthony Wayne House offers a stunning backdrop for bringing your vision to life.

Help preserve an important Revolutionary War landmark.

The Anthony Wayne House, also known as Waynesborough, is maintained by The Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of unique historic sites and the creation of related educational and cultural programming. When you rent the Anthony Wayne House for your special event, a portion of proceeds goes towards maintaining the historic house and its collections, preserving the building and its surrounding properties for the education and enjoyment of the public.