Homestead Manor Est. 2014

4683 Columbia Pike, Thompson's Station, TN, United States

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Reap the bounitful bash-worthy harvest at this Tennessee Homestead. 
Prettily perched on 50 acres of farmland and steeped spectacularly in local history since 1815, this stately antebellum manor is magnificent for marry-making. Hand-crafted libations and fresh fare provide a beautiful baseline for any bash. Choose from the elegant equestrian barn, antebellum homestead or lush gardens as the backdrop to becoming the most beautiful bride. 
The Lowdown
Barn / Farm / Ranch
Restaurant / Private Dining
Historical Monument
Landscaped Grounds
Water Feature
Baby Shower
Birthday Party
Bridal Shower
Corporate Event
Elopement / Vow Renewal
Holiday Party
Rehearsal Dinner / Welcome Reception
Social Event
Wedding Ceremony
Wedding Reception

Venue Setting

Events at Homestead Manor perfectly blend countryside charm and upscale hospitality in an unrivaled historic setting. For wedding ceremonies, the property boasts multiple settings with vistas of the antebellum home and historic grounds, including a peaceful shade garden and countryside water feature. ​For parties and receptions, the venue offers an elegant equestrian style barn with a dramatic stacked stone fireplace, soaring ceilings and wrought iron chandeliers. With seating capacity for 250 and standing capacity for 400, the climate-controlled space offers a spectacular view of the Homestead Manor grounds.
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range

Does this include catering fees?


Estimated Price Per Head

from $30 to $150

Additional Charges

Homestead Manor offers a range of service-inclusive packages, while still allowing clients to bring in many of their own vendors if desired, and we are happy to source and quote any services our clients are interested in, thanks to our strong relationships with Tennessee's finest professional vendors. Tennessee state tax of 9.25% is applicable to all charges.


Additional Insurance May Be Required Depending On The Event


Celebrations Hosted Here Since
11 PM
Venue Spaces
Indoor & Outdoor Venue Spaces Available
Client Must Use The Catering Provided By The Venue
Provided By Venue For Fee – You Must Use The Venue For All Alcohol Services
Corkage/Bottle Fee – You Can Bring Your Own Alcohol For A Fee
Licensed Server Is Required
Indoors & Outdoors
Designated Smoking Areas Only
Eco/Green Events
Pet-Friendly Events
Kid Friendly Events
Handicap Accessible
Inside Scoop

The Homestead Manor events team - Amy, Ryan, Abby and Holly - bring decades of combined experience to the table, in addition to being true foodies and lovers of all things hospitality! Come plan your special event over a cocktail from our charming bartenders in The Glass House Bar and be delighted by our talented Chefs. You may even receive a friendly wave and hello from our farm staff as they bring fresh vegetables to the restaurant. 

Plus join us every weather-permitting Sunday night for a bonfire and s'mores!

  • Bridal Suite/Changing Rooms Onsite
  • Wifi
  • Ample Parking Onsite
  • Dining Chairs
  • Dining Tables
  • Onsite Restrooms
Venue Features
The Scene:

If you love places with a story like the Marshall family does, Homestead Manor’s heritage is layered with tales nearly two centuries old……

Built by Mr. and Mrs. Francis Giddens, construction first started on Homestead Manor in 1799. Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Manor is a 4,000 square-foot plantation style home with nine historically distinctive rooms on three stories. In 1819, when it was completed, there was only one other house that stood between Homestead Manor and the town of Columbia.

On March 5, 1863, the property became a ground-zero site for 6,000 Civil War soldiers. Alice Thompson and other women from the area hid in the home’s basement (by this time owned by the Banks family) as the Confederates led their cavalry across the property toward Union lines. After the battle, many of the wounded were taken into the Manor to be treated.

In 1887, the Banks family sold the home, and it passed through several hands over the years. A member of the family bought it back in 1959, but a decade later it passed out of family ownership again. Former owner William Darby said a cannon ball found lodged in a tree in the front yard was used as a doorstop for years by the Banks family, and it became a tradition to pass the ball to subsequent owners. Today, diners can view that cannon ball at Homestead.

In spring 2013, Homestead Manor commemorated 150 years since the storied fight with its grand re-opening of the beautiful home and a battle re-enactment that drew thousands. The property was also placed under permanent conservation easement through The Land Trust of Tennessee. A. Marshall Family Foods Inc. purchased the property with plans to take it from a former tea room and event space to a multi-faceted destination that would become a jewel within the Thompson’s Station community.

The Marshall family have built their vision around the property’s character. Today, the home sits as a preserved oasis surrounded by lush green grass, mature trees and gentle hills that define the landscape. The versatile venue includes an event barn, a fresh farm-to-table restaurant concept, a farmer’s market and educational opportunities involving Homestead’s on-site orchard, greenhouse and working farm.


Situated on 50 acres of land steeped in local history, the ca. 1819 Homestead Manor property is A. Marshall Family Food Inc.’s latest multi-layer hospitality concept, offering a wealth of dining, entertainment and educational opportunities to the community. The aesthetic of the property and many of the unique architectural and historical pieces were the vision of the Marshall family and designer Kim Legget of City Farmhouse.

Flanking our Harvest restaurant, housed in the historic antebellum Manor, is The Farm at Homestead, our working organic farm that supplies the restaurant and bar with the freshest produce for seasonal dishes and concoctions. Homestead’s agricultural curators fold in an orchard, greenhouse and herb garden to provide the chefs with a wide-ranging bounty of picked naturals.

Built in the middle of Homestead’s pastoral surroundings, The Barn at Homestead lends another dimension to the property with a rustic-style structure that elevates wedding celebrations and community gatherings.

Extra Perks:
Our inclusive packages include several tieres of event amenities, including rental items, catering, staff, decor, entertainment and more. Contact our events team today for further details!
Awards & Notables Randy Houser + Tatiana Starzynski's rustic and charming wedding, featured in People Magazine:
Celebration Locations
The Manor and Glass House Bar:
Farm-to-fork restaurant housed inside the historic antebellum Manor.
- View: Long-established manicured grounds and individually decorated and themed dining rooms.
- Max Capacity: 100+ seats
- Price: Join the party and sign in to view pricing
The Barn:
A rustic yet elegant special event barn with reclaimed wood, soaring ceilings, stacked stone fireplaces, and grand iron chandeliers.
- View: Adjacent meadows and pond with fountain and waterfall, as well as the Manor and landscaped grounds.
- Max Capacity: 400
- Price: Join the party and sign in to view pricing
The Schoolhouse:
A renovated one room schoolhouse-turned-hospitality suite with kitchenette and powder room, perfect for bridal and baby showers and wedding parties.
- View: Plush white furniture drenched in natural light, with views of the North Lawn.
- Max Capacity: 25
- Price: Join the party and sign in to view pricing
Eats & Drinks
Food, Restaurants, Cafes, Bars & Lounges
Food, Restaurants, Cafes:

Looking for a fresh farm-to-fork dining experience? Take a seat at Harvest at Homestead, our locally-sourced, globally-inspired restaurant. Centered on seasonality, Harvest has an ever-adapting roster of menus throughout the year, creating source-centric plates with many of the ingredients plucked straight from the on-site farm. Chefs bring the best of wood-fired fare to the table, utilizing our brick pizza oven and open flame grill. Guests can watch (and smell!) all the goodness in store by stopping by the open kitchen windows.

Bars & Lounges:
If you need a bright refresher, The Glass Bar at Homestead – which rests beside the Manor - slings cocktails crafted with locally distilled libations and fresh ingredients from our backyard herb garden, in addition to an extensive wine list. It is a distinctive space, dressed in reclaimed wood, brick, and copper, dedicated to crafting memorable libations – those concoctions you remember to tell your friends about. Try favorites like the Clyde's Nightcap, made with H Clark's Black & Tan, distilled less than a mile from Homestead Manor's grounds!
Barn / Farm / Ranch
An Autumn Inspired Wedding at Homestead Manor in Tennessee
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Homestead Manor

4683 Columbia Pike, Thompson's Station, TN, United States

A short while ago, photographer Abigail Bobo shot newlyweds Eric and Jessica at the stunning Tennessee Homestead Manor, effortlessly capturing their wedding day. Although her photos speak for themselves, she and the happy couple were kind enough to share their personal thoughts and experiences with us, which made for one unforgettable tale.

There’s no beating around the bush here, Homestead Manor is THE modern, barnyard, rustic, host-the-most-epic-garden-party place to be. This 50 acre plot of top-notch farmland boasts some insane marry-making perks such as a dare I say dope bridal suite, pond, indoor-outdoor dining and 4,000 square feet of dancing room. We’re not lying when we say that everyone was literally on their feet, breaking it down (real low) the entire night.

Words + Photography by Abigail Bobo Photography


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