The Barn of Chapel Hill at Wild Flora Farm is a twenty-two acre family farm located only 12 miles from downtown Chapel Hill. We specialize in cut flowers, honey, chestnuts, educational farm tours, floral workshops, and weddings.
Built in 1864 in Marcy, New York, our historic barn was relocated to the farm in the fall of 2016. The beautiful hand-hewn hemlock beams of the original structure remained intact, and additional square footage was added to fully modernize the space for farm events and to allow for the proper storage and processing of our agricultural products and equipment.
The farm’s flower fields and orchards create a stunning backdrop for wedding ceremonies, receptions, and other special events, while also providing fresh cut flowers that can be professionally arranged by our in-house florist.
As a flower and tree farm, The Barn of Chapel Hill supports state and national efforts to protect pollinators, and we established an apiary in the spring of 2016. Proceeds from the honey produced on the farm are donated to local children’s charities and the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
The Barn of Chapel Hill at Wild Flora Farm is excited to be a part of the state’s growing Agritourism industry, and we are proud members of the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association, the NC Agritourism Networking Association, the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers and the National Young Farmer’s Coalition.
By supporting The Barn of Chapel Hill, you are supporting family farming, local agriculture, and the preservation of farmland in Orange County. Contact us today for more information about our farm, to plan a visit, or to book your wedding or special event!