Twenty-six acres of ageless beauty, reminiscent of a European country estate.

Welcome to Stone of Scone Farm…

Vision a calming location, away from the crowd, the noise, the stress. Take your mind to a tranquil setting with a history that dates back more than 270 years and a unique aesthetic and picturesque landscape. Imagine what it’s like to gaze at distant mountains and magical sunrises that are nothing short of a spiritual moment. Let endless possibilities soar, and consider the kinds of events you can host at our event destination, Stone of Scone Farm.

Our farm is different from many other event venues. You will feel transported in history. Indian artifacts, unearthed near the pond and springhouse, pre-date the arrival of German immigrants in the early 1700s. The barn, our main event structure, is registered as an authentic “Pennsylvania Barn” by the Historic Preservation Society of Gettysburg-Adams County. A local historical society, the Gettysburg Civil War Round Table, registered our residence as an authentic Gettysburg Civil War Building. Now fully restored, we promise you an unforgettable experience at our home, Stone of Scone Farm. Even more, because the name is associated with royalty, expect the finest of quality care and service.

Can’t wait to have you as our guest!

Our History

Whats In A Name? The Stone of Scone

The Stone of Destiny

Robert Bruce Rodgers owns Stone of Scone Farm. He is of Scottish heritage and a proud member of the Angus Clan. Robert is descended from Robert the Bruce, the Warrior King of Scotland. Early in life, Robert learned the value of a name and its history. No wonder he gave the farm a name that speaks of royalty — Stone of Scone.

The Stone of Scone, also known as the Stone of Destiny, has origins deep in Scottish and English history. The stone arrived in Scone, Scotland in 840 AD and was the coronation seat for kings until 1296. When King Edward I invaded Scotland, he took the stone to London where it was placed in Westminster Abbey. England returned the stone to Scotland in 1996, 700 years after it was taken, and it is now on display in Edinburgh Castle. The Scots agreed to loan the stone to England for future royal coronations.

This 336-pound, unadorned stone has been revered by kings and queens from the past to present. When you visit Stone of Scone Farm, you too will be treated like royalty. Stone of Scone Farm — Old World charm, modern convenience.

 

The Team

Bob Rodgers

Robert “Bob” Rodgers is a veteran civil engineer and leading authority in areas of concrete, heavy construction, power plants, subways, and tunnels. He began his career more than 45 years ago as a project engineer for Norair Companies and was promoted to Vice President of Engineering. Later, he formed globally recognized Rodgers Construction Management Associates. Bob is an arbitrator of construction contract disputes for the American Arbitration Association and a mediator of construction disputes for private entities. He taught Construction Law for the Department of Architectural and Construction Technology, Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland. Bob has B.S. and M.S. degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland. He is a member of Chi Epsilon, the national civil engineering honorary fraternity.

Patricia Green

Patricia Evelyn Green is Vice President of Sales and Events Producer at Stone of Scone Farm. She is an award-winning relationship marketer, public relations expert, speaker, university lecturer, and writer whose work reflects communications strategies for a changing world. Patricia has led health communications campaigns, was the publicist to Dr. Donda West, mother of Kanye, and was public relations director at La Roche College in Pittsburgh, PA. Patricia believes in the power of connectivity and has amassed a diverse global network of influencers who commit to common ground solutions central to wellness. A graduate of Virginia Union University, where she majored in sociology, Patricia holds two advanced degrees, one in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University, and the other in Public Relations, from American University. She is a member of Leadership America, a Top 100 MBE, and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. To learn more, visit her website at www.patriciagreengroup.com.

Jennifer Ptacek

Jennifer Ptacek, Sales Director-Outer Banks and Norfolk, Virginia. Jennifer has a BA degree from West Virginia University. She integrates her education and small business owner experience when sharing the benefits of Stone of Scone Farm for rental or attending its signature events. Jennifer, who is Bob’s daughter, spent many years on the farm and knows its distinctive features. She brings that knowledge to building awareness of Stone of Scone Farm in new geographic markets.