Leave a lasting impression, with the lowest possible impact.
Nestled amidst woods, streams and rolling fields, the Eden Hall Campus pairs a gorgeous, natural setting with a commitment to sustaining nature’s splendor. Combining the rustic and the cutting edge, we set the stage for a celebration that will be as gentle to the earth as it is unforgettable for you and your guests.
Set in the hills of Allegheny County, the campus feels secluded but is conveniently close to hotel accommodations.
With seating for more than 100 people, the dining room features bucolic views from its floor-to-ceiling windows, along with patio access and a large stage with a 30-foot LED screen. Adjacent to the dining room is the Broadhurst Forum, whose earthen walls and green wall make stunning backdrops for wedding photos. The Forum also can be used for small wedding ceremonies or dinnertime entertainment.
Eden Hall Barn
An original structure at Eden Hall Campus, the iconic Eden Hall Barn has a rustic refinement perfect for an elegant country or boho-chic wedding.
Hilda M. Willis Amphitheater
Carved into the natural landscape, the amphitheater offers pastoral southern views overlooking the orchard, meadow and North Hills. It’s a lovely space for wedding ceremonies as well as pre-dinner cocktail hours.
This former dairy barn overlooks the Willis Amphitheater and the verdant hills of Eden Hall. A modestly sized space for gatherings of all sorts, it’s perfect for a shower or rehearsal dinner and can serve as a staging area for the wedding party.
Meadow and Orchard
Eden Hall’s original apple grove, situated amidst rolling fields and wild meadows, is a charming location for wedding party photos or an outdoor ceremony.
Our sustainable catering menu is sourced locally as often as possible, with organic food grown on Eden Hall’s own farm, along with other local farms and vendors—and is even served on plates from nearby Homer Laughlin China. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options are available.
Our kitchen not only reduces landfill waste by composting cooking scraps and leftover food but also saves energy by using induction technology and a unique hood system that stores and recycles heat used in cooking to regulate the temperature throughout the Barazzone Center.
Eden Hall Campus buildings conserve energy through an underground geothermal heating system that enables them to share and store heat for low-impact temperature control. Meanwhile, our 400 solar panels power multiple charging stations for electric cars. We emphasize reusable, compostable, and recyclable products in our operations and even treat wastewater onsite through a process that mimics nature.
From lush meadows and orchards to our rendered earthen and living walls, and from a stately family home and rustic barn to striking modern architecture, we offer a spectacular array of locations for your engagement, bridal, and family photos.