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Overlook in the Zilker Botanical Garden
The Overlook in the Prehistoric Garden of the Zilker Botanical Garden is a great intimate space that can hold 12 guests. It is the only location in the garden with seating and that is covered. It overlooks a waterfall and prehistoric garden.
Private Garden with Koi Pond and Gazebo. Perfect for guests under 15
Small Garden of fragrant roses. Perfect for a small group with 4 or less guests. Semi-Private
Maggiano’s Little Italy
Maggiano's private event halls offer first-class amenities, food, and service. They believe each and every special event include culinary classics, delectable desserts, refreshing aperitifs, and choice wines—and all at a stunning location.
La Vista Terrace
This rooftop penthouse offers both luxury and comfort for relaxation and entertaining guests. The inspiring Alamo view will delight you and your guests alike. Events held at dusk or night-time are especially beautiful – with twinkling city lights, a rare illuminated view of the Alamo and grounds, and a bird’s-eye view of the San Antonio Skyline.
Japanese Tea Gardens
Just north of downtown, by the San Antonio Zoo, the Japanese Tea Gardens is San Antonio’s oasis that offers 3 beautiful locations for parties of 2 to 50! To help our couples out, Everlasting Elopements pays the refundable $125 Damage Waiver Fee for you for all locations.
Spanish Governor’s Palace
The Main Courtyard is the centerpiece of the Spanish Governor’s Palace. Providing a traditional Spanish colonial setting, the courtyard is surrounded by stucco stoned walls and has a patio with open arches. Elegant and enchanted, it features a rich garden, a large fountain, a historic well, sitting benches and a mosaic walking path
Wooldridge Square Park
One of Austin's four original downtown parks, Wooldridge Park's bandstand has been the site of political rallies, concerts, and celebrations for over 100 years. 2009 marked the 100th Anniversary of Wooldridge Square.