Cherry Hollow Farm commemorates a bygone era of invention and imagination, the melding of America’s industrial past and agricultural spirit, chronicled in every board and brick; the very foundation of what is truly a unique and immersive experience. Assembled entirely from the remnants of turn of the century textile mills and power plants, 1840 to 1930 circa farmsteads, and a host of other historically significant sites across the country. The venue is the culmination of eight painstaking years of meticulous attention to detail and design theory, imagination and the thoughtful repurposing of historical artifacts into one location for all ages to enjoy.
Cherry Hollow Farm is nestled in the heart of Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia and only minutes away from the City of Atlanta, Hartsfield International Airport, and other internationally recognized locales such as Serenbe and Foxhall Resort. Come visit for yourself and see why Cherry Hollow Farm is quickly becoming the “go to” event and wedding destination.
Cherry Hollow Farm is located in Chattahoochee Hill Country, a 65,000-acre area situated along the banks of the Chattahoochee River southwest of Atlanta. The Chattahoochee Hill Country is one of the last undeveloped rural areas in Atlanta. Minutes away from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, internationally renowned Serenbe and Foxhall Resort & Sporting Club. Boasting rural vistas of rolling hills, streams, forests, and farms, Chattahoochee Hill County has an unspoiled, natural beauty that calms the soul. Visit us at Cherry Hollow Farm to experience Chattahoochee Hill Country for yourself.Learn More
From lavish weddings to full-scale corporate events, mingle in spaces frequented by artists, celebrities, musicians and a multitude of other personalities. What’s all the fuss about? Everything around you has meaning and everyone that attends your event will have their own stories of what they witnessed here at Cherry Hollow.
Have an appetite to see something a bit out of the ordinary? Trace the remnants of a revolutionary war hero’s home, an old cotton mill door that once represented the separation of families, a lightning rod that adorned a water tank of a mill that staged the first organized labor strike in the country, an old civil war colonels house converted into a funky lounge, old heart of pine wooden flooring milled from 300 year old trees, and a host of relics only found here at Cherry Hollow. Artifacts only found in the abandoned ruins which were once integral to textile mills throughout the southeast like Lanette, Fairfax, Opelika, Griffin, Selma, Pell City, Birmingham, Sargeant, Arnco and Augusta. If it didn’t have a story, a past so to speak, it didn’t end up here. This is hallowed ground in every aspect. Twenty-one mills and farmsteads all lost to the ages but represented here for antiquity. This place is sort of a museum; tactile, vibrant; alive with threads of historical significance dating as far back as the 1700’s. We didn’t miss a thing, and neither should you. So, join us here at Cherry Hollow. No regrets.Learn More
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*COVID 19 - Our venue is perfectly suited for socially distanced events. There are a variety of outdoor gathering spaces for you to choose from as well as indoor spaces complete with large sets of doors that can be opened up to create cross ventilation.