Happily ever after.

Few locations in Northeast Ohio match the architecture, spirit and romance of the Case Western Reserve University campus and its Manor House at Squire Valleevue Farm.

Especially when it comes to planning a wedding.

Going to the chapels

University chapels, including Amasa Stone Chapel and Harkness Chapel, may be reserved for use by faculty, staff, current students, and alumni, as well as children and siblings of these constituents. For fees and reservations, visit Weddings at Case Western Reserve University.

A house in the country

Andrew Squire built the Manor House at Squire Valleevue Farm in 1930 to live in and enjoy with his wife, Eleanor. The elegant Hunting Valley home, which has been used for small social gatherings and business meetings, boasts modern amenities, including advanced audio-visual technologies and equipment. For more information about reservations and qualified uses, visit Weddings at the Manor House.