Welcome to Box Hill, York’s premier event venue. This historic and picturesque property is centrally located, just minutes from downtown York,
The mansion itself is a historic and elegant space. The décor is classic and timeless, and the open layout of the various dining areas allow for maximum flexibility and comfort. Private rooms for the wedding party, elegant entry ways, well-lit spaces, a gourmet kitchen, private bar and one of a kind outdoor spaces.
When you are here, you feel completely removed from the bustle of daily life. Chirping birds and the crescendo of fountains replace the blare of the city. The gently sweeping lawns, reflecting ponds, rose beds, and topiary accents of the formal gardens insure spectacular views and peaceful solitude for your event.
"We couldn't have been happier with our experience at Box Hill, It was more than the perfect venue for our special day! The beautiful, natural scenery is absolutely breathtaking; straight out of a fairy tale! The staff were amazing and made sure our guests were taken care of, our event coordinator, was on top of the ball every step of the way. We can't thank Regents Glen enough for making our day unforgettable, and just spectacular! Such the perfect day" — Danielle Behler
The elegant Box Hill Mansion of York, Pennsylvania, was built on property originally known as “White Oaks Plains.” This grand historic site dates back to a large territory on the west bank of the Delaware River, granted to William Penn in settlement of a debt by the King of England. Later to be known as Pennsylvania or “Penns Woods,” the region was settled by a religious group known as the “Quakers,” and this particular tract was bought in 1736 directly from the William Penn Family. Old white oak trees, from the time of the colonial settlers, still stand today along the 13th hole of the golf course. OPULENCE & TRANSFORMATION The Mansion, constructed in 1928, was originally built as a private residence by George and Purdon Whiteley. Mr. Whiteley was the owner of Dentsply, a leading manufacturer of dental supplies that still thrives today in York, Pa. The Whiteleys and their four children resided at the home surrounded by 419 acres of gardens, woodland and farmland-for nearly 50 years. Artifacts from the Whiteleys’ many travels still remain, in a collection of labeled stones from around the world. The beautiful gardens were also developed in part by cuttings from Boxwoods and other shrubs transplanted from Europe after their many visits there. As you stroll through the winding paths, you will notice a shrine of Indian artifacts found on site, paying homage to the property’s historic past.