Preservation Station Event Space

Preservation Station event space, conveniently located at 100 Preservation Place in the heart of historic Downtown Jeffersonville, is the perfect location for your next event. Whether you’re planning a wedding, reception, party, or business meeting, this historic railroad building can comfortably accommodate your guests. The tall ceilings and original hardwood floors transport you back in time to the bygone days on the railroad. There is a kitchen available for food preparation by yourself or the caterer of your choice. Preservation Station provides tables and chairs to seat 60 guests.

Preservation Station Rental Costs
Fridays-Sundays: $225/day plus $100 refundable damage deposit (both due before rental date).
Mondays-Thursdays: $125/day plus $100 refundable damage deposit (both due before rental date).
Payments accepted via Paypal, credit card, check, or cash.

Meeting Room Specs

  • The room is 16 ft. x 42 ft.
  • The room will hold 80 people
  • Tables and chairs are provided to seat 60 guests

Amenities include

  • Located on a beautiful Jeffersonville city park
  • Large deck at the back of the building, facing the park
  • Just steps away from the Big 4 Bridge and Big 4 Station
  • Within walking distance of the Ohio River
  • Handicapped accessible
  • Small kitchen with stove, refrigerator, microwave
  • Two restrooms

Call or text 812-288-7246 to ask about a reservation.

Meeting Room Specs

  • The room is 16 ft. x 42 ft.
  • The room will hold 80 people
  • Tables and chairs are provided to seat 60 guests

Amenities include

  • Located on a beautiful Jeffersonville city park
  • Large deck at the back of the building, facing the park
  • Just steps away from the Big 4 Bridge and Big 4 Station
  • Within walking distance of the Ohio River
  • Handicapped accessible
  • Small kitchen with stove, refrigerator, microwave
  • Two restrooms

About Preservation Station Event Space

Brief History of Preservation Station

In 1929, the Pennsylvania Railroad built a station on Mitchell Avenue to serve as a freight and passenger depot for Jeffersonville and Clarksville. During the 1937 flood, many of those displaced by the flood waters were taken north by train from the station.

During World War II and the Korean War, military personnel also left from the station, and it was to this same station that many were welcomed home by family and friends after their service had ended.

In 1985, the station was offered to Jeff-Clark Preservation, with the provision they would move the building to another site. The group moved the station to its present site in 1986 and completed the renovation in 1987.