Two rows of wooden tables set up for a spring event.

Huntington Art Gallery Loggia

Part of Henry E. and Arabella Huntington’s grand Beaux-Arts mansion, the Huntington Art Gallery Loggia is one of the premier venues on the property.

Built in 1911 by Myron Hunt and Elmer Grey, this covered outdoor space remains one of the most majestic architectural details of the house and offers an incomparable guest experience for evening receptions or dinners.

This is a Premier Garden Space that requires a Society of Fellows or Corporate Partners membership.

Banquet Style

Capacity: 56 (buffet), 80 (plated)

Guests seated at rounds, typically 60-inch rounds with 8 guests per table.

Cocktail Style

Capacity: 150

A reception-style layout with a mix of high tops and low tops.

Theater Style

Capacity: 150

Ideal for programs, this layout includes theater-style rows of chairs.