This tranquil setting is easily accessible and close to all major road and rail links, and, with a choice of three distinct event suites, the venue is as versatile as it is charming.
From the magnificent Tropical and Terrace Glasshouses, you can reach the Garden Suite. This tranquil venue can accommodate larger groups of up to 500. It benefits from a stage area, with an adjoining private dressing room, and even its own personal bar area, the Palm Lounge, which doubles up as a catering or registration space for corporate events.
Mid-sized space, the Terrace Suite, is spacious, airy and very elegant. Originally the Gardens’ ballroom, the classically decorated room boasts a sprung dance floor and romantic domed ceiling. Its sense of tradition and elegance make it a charming choice for a wedding, but it’s also a superb choice for a daytime meeting or conference, offering plenty of natural daylight.
Finally, for more intimate events, the Gardens offer a beautiful Victorian style dining room, the Loudon Suite. This exquisite room affords sweeping views, which showcase the beauty and serenity of your setting, and is adjoined to a veranda and conservatory, overlooking the Japanese Gardens. The space is perfect for intimate dining and receptions or for meetings, with the veranda area creating the perfect catering or pre-dinner reception area.
Acclaimed garden planner, horticultural journalist and publisher J.C. Loudon designed Birmingham Botanical Gardens in 1829. To this day they retain the calm atmosphere and traditional look of a classic Victorian public park. The Gardens are home to the British National Bonsai Collection, as well as more than 7,000 different plant species.
By choosing Birmingham Botanical Gardens for your event, you will be making a valuable contribution to the charity and helping to keep our beautiful gardens thriving.
The venue itself feels like a special secret. When you and your guests are immersed in the tranquil beauty of this horticultural setting, it will be almost impossible to believe you are just a short journey away from the centre of Birmingham.