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wedding decor includes floral centerpieces and twinkle lights hung from the ceiling from the traditional Barn for a wedding reception at Red Gate Farms

One of Georgia’s best wedding venues, The Barn at Red Gate Farms was carefully restored to hold onto its historic charm. With roots running deep in Savannah’s history, the award-winning venue holds one-of-a-kind events in its enchanting, Southern atmosphere.


  • 3,000 square feet

  • Hosts up to 200 guests*

  • Rustic Bar

  • Touch-Up Rooms

  • Restrooms

  • Wireless Internet

diagram and layout of the traditional Barn at Red Gate Farms

*larger capacities with modifications

Historic Charm

The Barn’s traditional red doors are creatively incorporated into each event giving the venue a special kind of authenticity. Inside The Barn, you can experience a warm and inviting atmosphere accented with beautiful twinkle lights, vintage furnishings, sheer draping, and two original horse stalls that are now home to Tricky's Bar.

Red Gate Farm's Barn's traditional red doors incorporated into a stunning wedding portrait
a boho wedding ceremony at the Live Oak in the meadow of the Barn at Red Gate Farms

Scenic Countryside

Just behind The Barn is the peaceful meadow, home to majestic centuries-old oak trees. Often used for wedding ceremonies, company picnics, and more, the meadow offers a woodland escape that is specific to Savannah, making your event at The Barn even more unique. Within the meadow, you will find what we call the “oak landing,” a spot beneath the shade of one of the oak trees where guests enjoy taking photos or holding ceremonies.

Styled Details

The Barn overflows with character at every corner including the intimate outdoor lounge with a reclaimed driftwood bench and a brick courtyard that houses a custom fire & water fountain.  Directly adjacent to The Barn is a cozy cottage with spacious touch-up suites for brides and bridesmaids and grooms and groomsmen to get ready in. 

the fire and water fountain incorporated into wedding portraits taken in the brick courtyard of the Barn at Red Gate Farms
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