Wedding rentals are not permitted due to zoning restrictions.
Heritage Hall is available for events that have an environmental, agricultural, recreational, or outdoor appreciation focus. Permissible uses include workshops, team building, meetings, runs & hikes, local food dinners, and cultural heritage celebrations. Located on the crest of the Oak Ridges Moraine, Heritage Hall offers spectacular scenic views of meadows, forests, and distant Lake Ontario.
Purple Woods Heritage Hall was designed to create a natural meeting place to embrace the environment in a location accessible to the surrounding community. Constructed from reclaimed wood, and equipped with rainwater harvesting technology for toilet plumbing, this building is both aesthetically and environmentally suited to its location on the sensitive Oak Ridges Moraine.
This 41 acre site is home to a large, 150 year old sugar maple/beech hardwood forest and is a popular place during our spring Purple Woods Maple Syrup Festival.
East Side of Heritage Hall
Interior of Heritage Hall
427 square meters (4,600 square feet)
Seating for 236 people (141 with a liquor permit)
Fully equipped, state of the art Dine Safe kitchen
Accessible building and trail
Free parking for 240 cars
Rates (available May to end of October)
$750/day - Monday to Friday (HST inc.)
$1,000/day - Saturday, Sunday (HST inc.)
To request a reservation please complete our online form or contact Patricia Lowe at (905) 579-0411 ext. 126 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Pollinator Garden at Heritage Hall
View of Heritage Hall from Discovery Trail at Purple Woods