Built in 1865, The Foundry on the Fair Site was originally operated as a foundry for the casting of railroad spikes and flathead nails from cannonballs. It fell into disuse, burned but was then renovated to become the Strohaus during the 1982 worlds fair. Bought by the current owners in 1993, The Foundry has since become a unique setting for your wedding, company party or luncheon meeting. The Foundry can host up to 600 people and can be divided into sections that can accommodate any party. Please call for room capacity and layout information.
The Southern Depot was built in 1904 as an accessary to the Knoxville Railway train station terminal. The beautiful restoration has put this building on the National Historical Registry in Knoxville. The Southern Depot was purchased by the Foundry's owner Marianne Greene in 2012. Catered by The Foundry on the Fair Site, this building hosts weddings, fundraisers, rehearsal dinners, and more! The Depot accommodates parties of 50-200 guests. For more information please visit our website or give us a call.
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