A row of freshly decorated round tables adorn a red tile terrace.

Huntington Art Gallery South Terrace

Sweeping views of the San Gabriel Valley combined with Italian and Spanish Renaissance architectural details make the Huntington Art Gallery South Terrace an impressive and striking venue for any affair.

Part of Henry E. Huntington’s Beaux-Arts mansion, the South Terrace can be combined with tours of the gallery itself, where Thomas Gainsborough’s The Blue Boy and Thomas Lawrence’s Pinkie are housed. The elevated entryway creates a natural stage for entertainment elements while the tiled floor, columns, balustrades, and surrounding sculpture transport guests to the Gilded Age for an unforgettable event.

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

Banquet Style

Capacity: 256

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

Theater Style

Capacity: 256

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

Cocktail Style

Capacity: 300

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