The natural beauty of Mead Botanical Garden and the rustic charm of the Azalea Lodge come together to create the perfect event venue exclusively available through Dubsdread Catering. Come visit us and find yourself surrounded by majestic hundred-year-old oak trees, winding creeks, and stunning flora and fauna providing a beautiful backdrop to any event. A great location and plenty of options for events of all sizes, the venue is located just on the edge of Winter Park and has many different spaces within the facility to select from, or combine, to accommodate groups large and small. Grand weddings, corporate events, intimate parties, and small business meetings can all be arranged in this beautiful rustic lodge setting that is both comfortable and classic.
• 48-Acre Botanical Garden Indoor and Outdoor Event Spaces
• Natural and Scenic Grounds; Rustic and Charming Lodge Building
• Four Unique Outdoor Garden Ceremony Options (The Historic Little Amphitheater, Legacy Garden, Butterfly Garden and Grove Courtyard)
• Up to 175 Guests can be Accommodated inside the Azalea Lodge
• The Historic Little Amphitheater Completely Restored
• Convenient to Downtown Orlando and Bordering City of Winter Park
• The Lodge includes Tables, Chairs, and Table Setup
Ceremony, event, and photo opportunities abound at Azalea Lodge at Mead Botanical Garden. The incredible landscaped grounds provide many settings from flowing creeks to tall pine trees. Winding trails, specialty garden nooks, and a sprawling property make this location unique and flexible on space.
Ceremonies from 50 to 175 guests can be held in one of four outdoor garden locations including one of the most naturally beautiful locations in Orlando, the restored Historic Little Amphitheater. Receptions can be held at Azalea Lodge for up to 175 guests.
Room rental is also available for business meetings, cultural events, educational seminars, banquets and retreats, and Dubsdread Catering is the happy to provide exclusive catering services for all of your events and receptions at Azalea Lodge at Mead Botanical Garden.