The Hidden Castle In Utah That Almost No One Knows About
You may have heard of
Castle Creek Inn, a gorgeous Bed & Breakfast in Midvale, but did you know that there’s another beautiful castle in Lindon? While you can’t stay overnight at Wadley Farms, it’s a stunning venue for a wedding or special event. Take a look!
Wadley Farms is located in one of Utah's most scenic spots, at the foot of Mount Timpanogos. The address here is 35 E. 400 N., Lindon.
Enter through its gates...
...and you'll find a beautiful 23-acre estate. This farm dates back to 1869, and offers three buildings for weddings and events: the castle, the barn and the railroad building.
If you've always dreamt of a storybook wedding, this might be your perfect venue.
The 4,500-square foot Great Hall is a majestic space, with its massive fireplace and two impressive grand staircases.
The stone fireplace is 32 feet tall - a spectacular focal point.
The Bride's Room is a lovely space where you can relax and prepare for your big day.
A special Grooms Room is perfect for relaxing before the ceremony.
When you think of a barn, you might imagine something very plain, but with its grand entrance, this barn combines rustic charm with a luxurious setting.
With its vaulted ceiling and arched beams, this gorgeous space can accommodate up to 350 guests for a reception or party, and 100 for a sit-down dinner.
The Railroad Building is a charming space for a smaller event or wedding ceremony.
It accommodates seating for up to 100 guests, or 40 guests for dining.
During summer months, the grounds are also available for parties and events.
Check Wadley Farms' calendar for special events throughout the year.
The venue hosts annual dinners, a Valentine's Day dance and other special events that are open to the public throughout the year.
For more information about Wadley Farms,
visit its website, or follow the farms on Facebook.
Have you ever hosted or attended an event at this castle? Tell us about it!
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