The Seikman Room has high mullioned leaded windows on three walls, terazzo floors and an exhibit of historic paintings and stained glass windows. Two sets of French doors open on the large lobby gallery which has tile floors, beamed ceiling and six-foot fireplace.
Ogilvie Hall is a large hall with heavy beamed ceilings, carpeted floor, stage area and vintage lighting fixtures. The 1926 Austin pipe organ used by the Masons in their rituals is in working order and available for use with a rental.
Use of the castle includes five wooded acres with more than 9,000 trees, providing a quiet and peaceful place for strategic planning, continuous improvement and teambuilding.
Transport your event and your participants into the realm of the Museum at the Castle - and the rest is history.
Photo credits: www.glitzphotography.com and Lading Photography