Nestled on Main Street in Williamstown, KY, is My Old Kentucky Barn, a wedding venue and historic tobacco barn. With a classic look, the locale is a timeless treasure in the area and is conveniently near the urban centers of Georgetown, Cincinnati, and Lexington. The surrounding cities have parks, wineries, antique shopping, museums, accommodation, and much more. On the site itself, the property’s owners love sharing the building and land with others, providing an idyllic setting for celebrations. My Old Kentucky Barn boasts a history that spans more than 150 years. The current owner, John Sebree, is the fourth individual to own the property. In the past, the land was owned by the Webb Family. They gave up part of the estate to form Webb Park, preserving natural vistas as a backdrop to the building. There are more than 50 acres that envelop the barn, which has been refurbished with modern amenities. Family-owned and operated, the team prides itself on being an attractive location where others can make lasting memories. The outside of the My Old Kentucky Barn looks new; however, the inside showcases the rich and historical details. Wood accents give the interior a comforting atmosphere that helps make you feel at home. There are spaces for both halves of the wedding party to get ready. These rooms feature seating, vanities, and lighting for your convenience. In the Mezzanine, guests can relax away from the party. You can also use this space for gatherings, and tables can be set up in the area. Thanks to this flexibility, you may host other related events here as well, such as showers. Weddings can easily occur, weather suiting, outside on the lawn, which has room for larger galas. The venue as a whole is multi-purpose with a number of options for how to enjoy your big day.