Welcome to the Centennial Barn
The Centennial Barn is Cincinnati’s prime venue for naturally unique wedding and group events, business meetings, conferences and trainings and adult education focused on personal or spiritual growth and relaxation.
Located on 35 acres on the border of Hartwell and Wyoming, the brick barn was built in 1898 and renovated in 2010 with state of the art sound and projection technology. Its many spaces for small group meetings and break-out sessions support creative thinking, problem solving and team building. Click here for directions to the Centennial Barn.
The Centennial Barn shares grounds with the stunning, historic St. Clare’s Chapel. Reminiscent of “The Sound of Music,” the gothic, high ceilings and gilt-adorned mosaics, St. Clare Chapel and the Centennial Barn combine to create an elegant celebration in a beautiful location.
The Centennial Barn Labyrinth is located to the left of the parking lot, next to the grotto and peace wall. It is open to the public; all are welcome.
Dinners, art exhibits, fund raising events, dances, bar or bat mitzvah celebrations, rehearsal dinners are a few of the rental events being held at the Centennial Barn.
The Calendar of Community Classes and programming, including Ashtanga, Maître, Flow Kundalini and Tri yoga classes, meditation, centering prayer and women’s spirituality groups provide a wide variety of offerings. The whole person is supported through personal growth classes as well as massage therapy, visualization, and art and music offerings. The Community Gardens adjacent to the Centennial Barn invite neighbors to nurture themselves through cultivating gardens and sharing friendships.
For more information, about Centennial Barn event rentals,
call (513) 761-1697 ext. 101.
- Centennial Barn Wins the I-CAIR Award
Centennial Barn has been awarded the I-CAIR Award from the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Cincinnati Chapter.
"Centennial Barn was chosen because of its willingness to pursue and foster interfaith dialogue and to work for positive change in interfaith relations," said Karen Dabdoub, Executor Director of CAIR.
"We are humbled and honored to receive this award. It was a privilege to work with CAIR," said Maria Meyer,Spiritual Program Director for Centennial Barn.