Lower Garden Venues

Our impressive Lower Garden is the perfect setting for any event with both indoor and outdoors areas.  Clients and guests will have access to Lower Garden areas such as:


Inamori Pavilion

The Inamori Pavilion is an indoor space with an outdoor feel, perfect for receptions. The location could also work great for a ceremony as well. Area includes a deck for guests to walk around, enjoying the gorgeous scenery and waterfall.


  • Ceremony: 300
  • Cocktail Reception: 300
  • Seated Reception: 200-250

    Pavilion Viewing Deck

    This outdoor deck of the Inamori Pavilion is an ideal place to walk around for cocktail hour. Guests can enjoy the gorgeous scenery and waterfall of the Lower Garden.


    Garden Paths & Earth Bridge

    Our Lower Gardens include beautiful paths where guests can stroll during their cocktail hour exploring a variety of plants and flowers along side a charming stream. The Earth Bridge can also serve as an exquisite ceremony spot for those interested in intimate weddings. The paths on the North side of the stream can accommodate chairs with additional standing room on the hillside. It's also the perfect place for photos too!


  • Ceremony: 80-150


    Description coming soon!


  • Ceremony: 200-250

    Bridal Room / Green Room

    Our Lower Gardens includes a nice private room for getting ready. Whether you're a bride perfecting you look for your special day or a coordinator prepareing the last details for your big event, this space is perfect for getting away from all the action of the event set up so you can focus on what you need to do to get ready. The room has a couple of outlets to charge your phone, a full length mirror, two vanity mirrors and desks, a couple of seats to lounge about in and is air conditioned and lockable so you can keep your valuables safely stowed away during the hectic day.


    Multiple Stalled Restrooms

    Not to worry! This venue comes with nice clean and tidy multiple stalled restrooms perfect for large events.

    Banner Photo Credit: Alon David Photography