Mcmenamins Historic Edgefield Manor Seating Plan
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Mcmenamins Historic Edgefield Manor
As the wheels churn, the grapes squash and the sour juice squishes out of the ripe fruit with a squissssssssh. With each turn of the wheel the scene moves a decade back in time to the earliest recorded history of the place.
Looking at the Edgefield now, it becomes hard to imagine that the place could have been a farm house at one time or another in the rich and varied account of the "one in all" recreation spot now.
As hard as it may be to believe today, the Mc Menamins owned Edgefield was built in 1911 on the piece of land which previously served as the Multnomah County Poor Farm.
A self-sufficient farm, the locales were engaged in raising hogs, poultry, growing a variety of fruits and vegetables, operating a dairy, cannery and meat packing plant as well as working in the laundry, kitchen and hospital.
The Multnomah County Poor Farm was renamed the Multnomah County Home and Farm in 1947 and in the late fifties the farm operation was eliminated. In 1962, the farm was replaced with a nursing home under the name Edgefield Manor that continued operations for two decades before being closed down in 1982.
The Multnomah County Home and Farm changed ownership in 1990 and the Mc Menamin brothers became legal owners of the property. Immediately, the Mc menamin brothers began renovation of the condemned building.
In phases spanning over four years, the buildings and land were transformed into a unique European-style village, including lodging, a pub with a movie theater, fine dining, a winery, a brewery, distillery, golf course, gardens, vineyards, artwork, meeting, wedding and banquet space, and special events year round.
Reliving the Georgian times is what a weekend at the Edgefield holiday resort is all about. Lavish, fresh green gardens, small babbling brook in the huge, well-kept fields, tall trees, chirping of the birds and lots of sunlight - historic Edgefield is one of the truly remarkable destination resorts of the Pacific Northwest.
Spelling relaxation, Edgefield, without a glitch, blends Oregon's natural beauty with Mc Menamins' signature flight of the imagination: historic buildings of all sizes artfully restored with all their historic glitter and glory, and rich with cozy interiors, tranquil ponds and dazzling gardens, great food and drink, plentiful entertainment and surprising recreations.
Taking in lush 74-acres of farmland at the mouth of the spectacular Columbia River Gorge, Edgefield is a miniature replica of a Nobel Georgian time estate.
The historic Georgian-revival style estate dominates the village atmosphere and is surrounded by numerous smaller buildings that now share a role in entertaining visitors.
The Mc Menamin brothers" patronage to art is visible in the local artists" artwork that adorns the doors, walls, and ceilings celebrating the history of Edgefield and the Columbia Gorge.
The sculpted grounds and gardens tie the 25 acres together, making Edgefield a warm, relaxing and enchanting place to visit. The in house brewery and the distillation plants are an indicator of the brothers" major business - high quality wine production.
The regal main Edgefield building, offers over 100 European-style guestrooms and hostel accommodations. Each spacious room is furnished in charming Georgian style decor complete with thick draperies. There are no televisions or telephones in the rooms, encouraging tranquility. The rocking chairs on the verandas are a perfect contemplating spot.
However if knowing the latest news and information is a must, the visitors can keep themselves up to date at the Black Rabbit Restaurant, the Library and in many of the event spaces. Internet accessibility is also available at the Black Rabbit Restaurant. Customers can keep in touch with their business over breakfast.
The grounds are just as conveniently dressed. The estate boasts a fine-dining restaurant, classic pub, numerous small bars and colorful summertime grill. Customers can choose from an assortment of liquid refreshment - handcrafted ales, wines, spirits and aromatic house roasted coffees created by Mc Menamins. Sports lovers will appreciate the golf course and onsite massage.
The Mc Menamins attempt to create the ultimate holiday experience through their extensive gardens, onsite glass-blower and pottery maker, extensive artwork everywhere, recent-run movie theater, live music concerts and the Edgefield Gift Shop abundant with treasures from the Pacific Northwest and the world over.
Edgefield offers a fantastic book called "Vintage Edgefield - A History of the Multnomah County Poor Farm and Mc Menamins Edgefield."
Written by local historian, Sharon Nesbitt, the book combines factual history with humor and is incredibly entertaining to spend time reclining in one of the plush, high-back chairs in one of the Edgefield luxuriously green gardens.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:I wish to attend tge performances by willie nelson and edgefield brewery, oregon, i have trouble finding good seats, why are the seat numbers not written on the tickets?
A:We are very sorry for the inconvenience, kindly rely on the row and section information only as we are not provided with seat numbers. Your seat numbers will be printed on Mcmenamins Historic Edgefield Manor tickets you will receive.