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Built in 1931, SunnyBrook Ballroom is one of the few remaining large dance halls of the pre-World War II era still in existence and still operating.  It is the 3rd largest Ballroom in the United States and the largest East of the Mississippi.  For its first three decades or so one of the big "name" dance bands played here every Saturday night, New Year's Eve, and sometimes during the week or on other holidays.  Located just east of Pottstown, it attracted dancers from a 50-mile radius, and all the Main Line, who came to dance to - or in some cases just listen and watch - virtually all the top dance bands in the country.

The SunnyBrook Ballroom and Restaurant is owned and operated by The SunnyBrook Foundation, a 501(c)(3)
non-profit Pennsylvania company. The SunnyBrook complex has multiple venues that can accommodate your special occasion or event.  The grounds include a pavilion, gazebo, benches, and soft white lights that light up the complex - all great for your special photos. SunnyBrook continues to improve its facilities on a daily basis in order to further support its mission. We have started a capital campaign to combine with grant money to further improve the facilities. Continue to watch the site for upcoming news and fundraising events.

To learn about Ursula, the last remaining US Pipes Theater Organ located in the Ballroom of Sunnybrook, click on this link.

What Event Can You Book or Attend at SunnyBrook?

¨Weddings—Inside or Outside
¨Proms/Graduations Parties
¨Picnics in Pavilion
¨Home Shows
¨Business Meetings
¨Political Rallies and Fundraising Events for any and all non-profit organizations in a neutral, non-threatening environment.



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