We can accommodate up to 50 vehicles. Additional parking for Handicap assessibility are available at the loading and drop off main entrance. 

Yes, handicapped accessibility is available from parking, restrooms, to lodging.  Additionally, we do have an elevator to accommodate our wedding couple and guests at our Grist Mill lodging site.

It is okay to have your pet(s) be part of your special day.  It is also mandatory that someone is with your pet at all times.  Unfortunately, your pet(s) cannot stay overnight.


We ask that you use our preferred vendor catering list. If you have your own, we ask that your vendor sign a contract to help them follow our catering kitchen guidelines, and safety protocol.

We require that you use a bartending vendor who is Responsible Alcohol Management Program (RAMP) certified to serve for your wedding. You will have to provide your own alcohol.

No, the venue rental is for your day of event from 10AM to 10PM. (Please inquire about our multiple-days event / wedding days.) 

You will have until 11PM to tear down your wedding. We will not save anything you may have left behind from your event.

No, please do not put anything in the walls to decorate for your wedding. This includes, but not limited to nails, thumbtacks, 3M Strip Tape & Hooks, etc.

Yes, but we require the wedding couple to obtain a wedding insurance through WEDSAFE for “day of” insurance to protect alcohol-related accidents and property damage.

We have the Pavilion as a backup plan if weather does not permit for your ceremony.

Yes, it is a requirement for you to have a wedding day-of-coordinator from our preferred vendor list. Family members in attendance of your wedding cannot act as your day-of-coordinator, unless if they assume this role and responsibility. 

You do not need to have a wedding day-of-coordinator for an elopement or micro wedding. 

Your wedding day-of-coordinator is responsible for making sure your wedding day or wedding weekend is executed just as planned. There are many roles of a wedding day-of-coordinator that includes, but is not limited to managing vendors, your timeline, and last-minute changes that may arise during your wedding day or wedding weekend. The cost of a wedding day-of-coordinator is not in your venue package as it is a separate charge.

Event facilitators are strictly responsible for Drumore Mill on Harmony, ensuring it is the most beautiful venue for your wedding day or wedding weekend. You will work with an event facilitator to reserve your wedding date and Drumore Mill on Harmony contract. The event facilitator will assist your wedding day-of-coordinator with any venue related questions, and we will be onsite on your wedding day. 

Meeting and Special Events

We will have onsite catering for meetings and special events.

You will have to provide your own alcohol for meetings and small group special events.

Yes, we are climate-controlled in all our indoor facilities on the property.


It is a group gathering event for members of weddings, retreats, and corporate meetings.  There is 7 bedrooms available at the Grist Mill, available now for lodging. The Cooper house have 2 bedrooms and the Farmhouse have 5 bedrooms, but will be available in the future for lodging. Each room does not have individual bathroom space as we are not considered a hotel. Each room will have a lock box inside the as our rooms only lock from the inside.  All hotel amenities are available inside each room.

Local & Surrounding Attractions

Lancaster County is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the state of Pennsylvania. Lancaster County has many attractions to cater to different age groups and people with different interests. In addition, there are many attractions in the surrounding counties around Lancaster.

  • Fishing Creek Nature Preserve (Drumore)
  • Fern Cliff National Preserve (Drumore)
  • Susquehannock State Park (Drumore)
  • Tucquan Glen & Pyler Nature Preserve (Holtwood)
  • Drumore is the most rustic township in Lancaster County where there is a strong Amish community.
  • There are so many nature preserves and trails in Lancaster County.
  • Christiana Underground Railroad Center (Christiana)
  • Gettysburg National Military Park (Gettysburg)
  • National Civil War Museum (Harrisburg)
  • Valley Forge National Park (King of Prussia)
  • Cornwall Iron Furnace (Cornwall)
  • The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum (Coatesville)
  • Dutch Wonderland Amusement Park (Lancaster)
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Museum and train ride at Strasburg Rail Road (Strasburg)
  • Wolf Sanctuary (Litiz)
  • Hershey Park and Hershey Chocolate World (Hershey)
  • The United State Hot Air Balloon Team (Lancaster)
  • Refreshing Mountain Retreat & Adventure Center (Steven): ziplining
  • The Haines Shoe House (York)
  • The Reading Pagoda (Reading)
  • Downtown restaurants, shops, and art galleries surrounding Lancaster Convention Center
  • Lancaster Central Market (Lancaster)
  • Outlets at Tanger Outlets and Shops at Rockvale  (Lancaster)
  • Antique shops in Strasburg, Adam Towns, and Columbia
  • Kitchen Kettle Village (Intercourse)
  • Green Dragon flee market on Friday (Ephrata)
  • Root’s Old Mill Flea Market  (Lancaster)
  • Bird In Hand Farmer’s Market
  • Lancaster County Convention Center are surrounded by many well-known restaurants, shops, and art galleries.
  • Miller’s Smorgasbord
  • Shady Maple Smorgasbord
  • Columbia Kettle Works
  • Spring House Brewing Company
  • Lancaster Brewing Company
  • Wacker Brewing Company
  • Meduseld Meadery
  • Troegs Brewery
  • Our Town Brewery 
  • Cartel Brewery 
  • Sight and Sound (Ronks)
  • Fulton Theatre (Lancaster)
  • Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre (Lancaster)
  • American Music Theatre  (Lancaster)
  • Hans Herr House and Museum (Willow Street): built in 1719, focusing on Mennonite history and colonial farm life.
  • Lancaster History and James Buchanan’s Wheatland (Lancaster)
  • Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania (Strasburg)
  • National Toy Train Museum (Paradise Township)
  • Ephrata Cloister (Ephrata)
  • Lancaster Museum of Art & The Demuth Museum (Lancaster)
  • Phillips Museum of Art (Lancaster)
  • National Watch and Clock Museum (Columbia) 
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Museum and train ride at Strasburg Rail Road (Strasburg)
  • Lancaster Science Factory (Lancaster)
  • North Museum of Nature and Science (Lancaster)
  • Landis Valley Village and Farm Museum: to learn about Lancaster’s history of farming (Lancaster)
  • Hands-on House Children’s Museum (Lancaster)
  • Lancaster City and Lancaster Central Market
  • Lititz
  • Intercourse
  • Gettysburg
  • New Hope
  • Hershey
  • Philadelphia
  • Baltimore
  • Washington
  • New York
  • Wilmington
  • Harrisburg
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