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Historic McFarland House


For over 130 years and counting, The Historic McFarland House has been a cornerstone of taste, tradition and civic pride in Martinsburg, West Virginia. Built by Alexander B. Parks in 1878, the home’s elegant legacy lives on in the food and festivity created within our venue today. Parks, a developer and municipal leader, was also an entrepreneur with a passion for fresh produce. As president of the National Fruit Company (better known today as White House®) and later as a West Virginia state senator, Parks was guided by a commitment to local food and farm-fresh ingredients. Parks’ devotion to native foods is alive and well in our kitchen today. Nearly all of the foods prepared for the weddings, conferences and events hosted here are sourced within 50 miles of Martinsburg.

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