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Your Rose Valley Wedding Venue

Stone. Timber. A Nationally Registered Historic Site. Enchantment awaits you at The Old Mill. Renown for its lush gardens, winding streams, rustic ruins and tastefully updated structures—The Old Mill is truly a storybook setting for your wedding ceremony and reception.

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What to Expect

We’d love to meet you, hear your story and help guide you through the planning process. After a private tour of the venue, we invite you to sit down with your event planner and imagine every aspect of your event. From creating your menu to décor, design, and day-of coordination—we want to hear your vision and help make it a reality.

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  • A Nationally Registered Historic Site
  • Acres of gardens and wildlife
  • Multiple ceremony sites
  • Rustic courtyard ruins
  • Versatile indoor space
  • Top-tier catering & service
  • Enchanting lighting & décor
  • Planning and day-of coordination
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Up to 250 guests, depending on service style and event design.


The Old Mill offers many indoor and outdoor venue options for your once-in-a-lifetime celebration. Our outdoor ceremony options include Marrying Meadow, Garden Courtyard, Bamboo Garden and River View. Each location features a private, intimate setting with lush greenery and gentle streams that provide quaint ambience and abundance of beautiful backdrops while you exchange your wedding vows. Host cocktails in the Timber Pavilion that is available year-round and ideal in any weather condition. For your reception, you can enjoy dinner in the Ballroom or outside in the Garden Courtyard.

Food & Beverage

As part of your planning process with Old Mill, you’re invited to create your own multi-course menu with help from our exclusive catering partner, Queen of Hearts. You’ll choose from a wide variety of fresh, farm-to-table dishes with options for every eater. Our menus are designed to delight your taste buds and your guests.

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Rose Valley was included in land grants by William Penn in 1681 to three  Vernon brothers – Thomas, Robert and Randal – while they were still in England.  They all arrived here the following year. Robert’s grant was confirmed by patent  in 1684, Thomas’s in 1702 and Randal’s in 1711. The three brothers’ lands were  contiguous, and each had considerable frontage on the east side of Ridley Creek.  Robert Vernon’s home is thought to be the three-story stone house on Old Mill Lane, now known as the Bishop White House, getting that name from William White who sent his family here from  Philadelphia during an epidemic of yellow fever in 1793. This house is currently a private residence that you see as you wind your way toward the Old Mill.

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Bride and groom holding hands on stone bridge over small creek.
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Find your style

The Old Mill awaits your love story, offering a rich tapestry of settings for you to make your own. Explore some of our favorite weddings and get inspiration for your special day.

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