Library Lawn

Library Lawn

Set against the stately backdrop of Henry E. Huntington’s 1920 Beaux-Arts Library, the Library Lawn is an outdoor bi-level event space, ideal for an impressive reception or dinner.

A working fountain provides built-in décor and the Library itself can be opened for guests to view the “Treasures of The Huntington” collections, which feature a copy of the Gutenberg Bible and the Ellesmere manuscript of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.

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

Banquet Style

Capacity: 200

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

Cocktail Style

Capacity: 300

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