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Boettcher House . Meeting / Special Event Facility

Max Occupancy 75


  1. ADA Accessibility
  2. Internet Access (non-wireless)
  3. Park Benches
  4. Parking
  5. Picnic Areas
  6. Picnic Tables
  7. Public Meeting Room
  8. Restroom - Handicapped Accessible
  9. Restroom - Standard
  10. Stage - Outdoor
  11. Tables
  12. Walking Path
The Boettcher House is a historical landmark built in 1920 by Henry Boettcher.  The Township acquired the property in 1989 and it is situated within Landis Wood Park, a 70-acre forested setting.  The Napolitan Room can host up to 75 people (50 for sit-down function), with more room on the patio (39' x 34'), weather permitting.  Rental space includes full kitchen and adjoining dining room areas.  

Adjacent to the Napolitan Room, is the Boettcher House Nature Museum.  The Museum has a fascinating and growing collection of displays reflecting the natural and historical heritage of Manheim Township.  Boettcher House Museum Board's Mission Statement, "the purpose of the Museum is to preserve for public benefit, education, and enjoyment, the natural and historical heritage of Manheim Township."  
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