Pickering Barn / Pickering Place

Learn about Issaquah’s Pickering Barn: Weddings, Events & More

William Pickering was an Englishman by birth who became an American statesman and business owner. A governorship appointment by President Lincoln brought him to Washington, then called the territory of Columbia. He purchased land in the area that would become a multi-generational family farm and the site of the Pickering Barn, which is today on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Pickering Farm produced hay and dairy products from the late 1800s until the barn and land were donated to the city of Issaquah in 1994. It now serves as a premier venue for weddings, receptions and other events, including the Issaquah Farmers Market. Their banquet rooms can seat up to 350 guests and the courtyard is a beautiful and tranquil space for wedding ceremonies and social gatherings.

Pickering Barn

425-837-3397 (fax)
1730 10th Avenue NW
P.O. Box 1307
Issaquah, WA 98027

Issaquah Farmers Market

The Pickering Barn is the site of the Issaquah Farmers Market that runs every Saturday from 9am until 2pm, May through September. It features over 100 craft vendors and food purveyors. You can expect a vibrant environment with friendly vendors, live music and entertainment.

A market map, applications, pet policy, parking and visitor information are located on the city’s web site.


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