his Chester County venue is 18,000 square feet of history, flexible enough to host events of large or small guest counts.
Built in 1882, the Phoenixville Foundry, adjacent to French Creek, is a symbol of the region’s industrial past. It was once the site of the Phoenix Iron and Steel Company, and after going through a handful of ownership changes, abandonments and restorations, the Foundry is now a beautifully restored, sophisticated venue that serves as a remarkable location to host a variety of events.
The Foundry boasts three different event locations within its historical grounds: the Cupola Ballroom and Mezzanine, the West Wing Ballroom and the Heritage Center.
Each one of these spaces has their own unique charms, details and capacities.