Delaware Gazette - Reader's Choice  2019

The Delaware Gazette 11th Annual (2019)
Readers’ Choice Poll

The Barn at Stratford - Event Venue - Barn Weddings - Delaware Ohio

Has voted The Barn at Stratford

Delaware Gazette Readers' Choice - 2019 - Barn at Stratford - Event Venue - Barn Weddings - Delaware ohio

#1 Wedding Venue (again)

#1 Banquet/Reception Facility

The Barn at Stratford and the Delaware County Historical Society are honored by the Delaware Gazette Reader’s Choice 2019 poll awarding us the top Banquet/Reception Facility and top Wedding Venue.  Our Venue Team has worked hard to make every event historic and memorable.
Thank you Delaware for recognizing their efforts

The Barn at Stratford’s Authentic History

The Garth Oberlander Barn was erected in 1848 by George Bieber. The stone-end bank barn was built two stories tall and the main portion measures 84′ by 36′. The foundation and stone end walls were squared and coursed limestone rubble from the plentiful deposits of limestone at by the nearby Olentangy River. The massive timber structural elements, many of which can easily be seen from inside the barn, are the hand-hewn products of the first-growth surrounding forest.

This historic barn is now owned by The Delaware County Historical Society and operated as The Barn at Stratford. This beautiful historic barn is available for your weddings and receptions, organization events, and social occasions.

About The Delaware County Historical Society

The Delaware County Historical Society is a nonprofit institution. Our mission is to promote and sustain interest in the history of Delaware County, Ohio through historical preservation and education.

History Library - Delaware County Historical Society - Delaware Ohio



157 East William Street, Delaware


2690 Stratford Road, Delaware

Celebrating Black History Month with The Delaware County Historical Society!The History of the first Black-Owned farm in Delaware County and part of the Underground Railroad – Lucy Depp Settlement.

On 2/18 at 7:30, readers from Lucy Depp with tell about Delaware County's first African-American Settlement, in this amazing online program!