You know that saying, “Go big or go home”? Well, The Fuge, aka the Johnsville Centrifuge in Warminster, has given that saying new meaning for events in Bucks County. The former training center to NASA's top astronauts has been converted into a modern event space for unique banquets, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, proms, concerts, weddings, and much more.
When it began operations in 1949 the Johnsville Centrifuge was an engineering marvel of its day; that stunning history shines through in events run at The Fuge today in their 12,000 square foot, completely round room. In addition to cutting-edge professional lighting throughout the space, the room features two 40’ movie screens, with audio and video packages available. For a region limited to primarily small-capacity venues, the spacious Fuge fills a huge gap for large Bucks County event space needs, easily fitting over 700 people!
Local event planners looking for a serious “wow” factor have been turning to The Fuge, which has recently hosted a high school Father-Daughter Dance; a Grammy-award winning CD release party; & even The Rocky Horror Picture Show starring Eddie Mekka throughout the Halloween season. In addition to the impressive room itself, guests can take home one-of-a-kind souvenirs, photos of themselves sitting inside the same Centrifuge (pictured below) that trained NASA's most famous astronauts, including Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin!
Thanks to two visionary brothers who saw the potential behind this unique space, it's safe to say that Bucks County events rich in history are no longer limited to estates and Bed & Breakfasts!
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