A mere fifteen minutes west of Houston awaits Cotton Gin No. 116, a timeless, distinctive and truly unforgettable destination. An ideal setting for weddings, rehearsal dinners, receptions, banquets, business meetings, corporate events and countless other celebrations, memories of your visit to this historic venue will stay with you forever.
As an architectural marvel, the 11,000 square foot cotton gin pays homage to the cotton ginning heritage with roots sprawling as wide as the Texas prairie. The original 1913 Lummus gin stands have been restored and are believed to be the oldest of their vintage still in existence. The antique equipment takes center stage in the main gallery allowing visitors to experience a time long passed and eloquently remembered.
Upon walking into the cotton gin, one immediately takes notice of the stunning reclaimed cypress wood paneling, floors and custom cabinetry. Dramatic, hand-built cypress wood trusses push the gaze upwards, as does the gleaming, exposed metal ductwork. The marriage between industrial fixtures and finished, as well as live edge, wood design results in an extraordinary union.