White Chimneys is a historic wedding venue in Gap, PA. This beautiful 300-year-old estate is part of the tract of land that was given to William Penn by King Charles II in 1681. A simple stone cottage was the first permanent structure built on the property. Constructed in the 1700s, the cottage was developed and expanded over the years as the fledgling 13 Colonies grew and moved ever closer to nationhood. In 1825, White Chimneys played host to the Marquis De Lafayette, one of the heroes of the American Revolution. Today, the venue’s lounge is decorated in classic French Rococo style, in honor of Lafayette. In 1974, the mansion was added to the National Register of Historic Places. After several decades of tranquil retirement, this monument to early American life was reopened as a wedding venue. The property features beautiful European formal gardens, a majestic 16-column, imported Italian marble fountains, and a cosy, climate-controlled barn that can seat up to 220 guests. White Chimneys has indoor and outdoor wedding ceremony and reception spaces. Wedding package features include a selection of decor and rental equipment, including eight-foot banquet tables and thousands of twinkle lights. Bartending services are provided exclusively by Roaming Libations Mobile Bar; you are free, however, to select your own caterer. Planning assistance is also available, and the White Chimneys team are happy to offer guidance and recommendations and answer any questions you may have. They can’t wait to welcome you to their historic venue, where yesterday’s stories meet the hopes and dreams for tomorrow.