Pasadena Museum of History offers several different rental locations for your wedding ceremony, meetings, and events. Call today to book the Fenyes Estate Garden, Giddings Conference Room, or Curtin House Drawing Room.
Fenyes Estate Garden Wedding Ceremony Venue
Celebrate your wedding ceremony in the garden of Pasadena Museum of History’s Fenyes Mansion. The Beaux-Arts style 1906 Fenyes Mansion provides a backdrop of period elegance and old-world charm for your ceremony. (Please note: PMH is a ceremony-only venue. We do not host receptions.)
The Fenyes Estate Garden is an outdoor venue which holds up to 200 guests. The garden is located in the heart of the historic "Millionaire's Row" residential district, therefore amplification is limited. Horns, bagpipes, drums, and mariachis are not permitted on the PMH property.
Please visit our website dedicated to wedding ceremonies for more info: pasadenaweddings.org
Garden Venue Dates & Times
Please check with the PMH designated representative regarding date availability as an event or wedding ceremony venue. The date of your special event will not be held until your signed Facility Use Agreement, non-refundable deposit, and your damage deposit has been received.
Wedding ceremonies must be concluded by 6:00 pm.
Contact us at 626.600.1661 ~ 626.577.1660 ~ email@example.com
Giddings Conference Room
A spacious and comfortable setting with a spectacular garden view that is perfect for smaller indoor ceremonies, intimate gatherings, and business meetings or luncheons for up to 50 guests. Please call 626.577.1660, ext. 26 for rates and availability or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference Room Availability
The Giddings Conference Room may be rented Mondays and Tuesdays, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. Arrangements can be made for access to the room for set-up starting at 8 am. Please contact PMH regarding date availability. The event must be concluded and the room vacated by 5:30 pm. PMH is open to the public Wednesdays through Sundays, Noon to 5 pm.
Curtin House Drawing Room
Designed in 1915 by noted architect Sylvanus Marston, the French-style Curtin House provides a gracious indoor setting for business meetings or luncheons for up to 50 guests.
Images: Photo of wedding ceremony by Eric Zimmermann; Photo of bridal couple by Rebecca Theresa Photography.