The Round Barn at Twin Bridges is located at the base of the Tobacco Root mountain range, surrounded by fields and land that was home to Lewis and Clark for several weeks during their historic expedition. A few miles to the west is the confluence of four of Montana’s most famous fly fishing rivers. It is on the route for those traveling between Yellowstone and Glacier National Park. It is just down the road from Virginia City, Montana’s first Territorial Capitol and America’s best preserved Gold Rush Era town.
Having your event at the Round Barn will give you and your guests a truly unique experience that they won’t soon forget. The Round Barn is adaptable for indoor and outdoor events. The large dance floor and ample interior space can easily accommodate a wedding for 250 guests. Outdoors, there is a wedding ceremony area with endless views of the mountains, green pastures and the Jefferson River Valley. For weddings we also offer a separate cottage along the river for the bride and her girls to use as a dressing area, complete with kitchen, bathrooms, and its very own pond.
After two years of tedious construction, the Round Barn has been thoughtfully renovated and restored for your wedding or event. Inside the Barn, ceilings were opened up to maximize light and reveal the beauty of the structure. Lighting on the interior and exterior was added to highlight the structure perfectly. Restrooms, dressing rooms, a large catering kitchen, bar area and audio/visual equipment were also added. These amenities in addition to the existing character and history of The Round Barn will give you and your guests a lifetime of memories.
The Round Barn was built in 1882 for the Doncaster Stable and Stud farm. The Barn, complete with an interior circular track, was home to both champion thoroughbreds and trotters. Its most famous horse was Spokane, winner of the 1889 Kentucky Derby, and the only racehorse from Montana to ever win such a title. Now, The Barn has been beautifully preserved and restored for all of your entertaining needs.