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The majestic fountains, flower gardens and mission-style architecture of Bowers Museum in Santa Ana provide a quintessential Southern California setting for any event.
From business meetings, casual receptions to company picnics and retreats, Bowers Museum offers
spaces to make any event functional yet exciting. Tangata Restaurant will create a custom menu exclusive and unique to perfectly suit your event needs.
Treat your team to a summer picnic in the outdoor Margaret & Cleo Key Courtyard or atop the Historic Balcony. Looking for a place to host a lecture or training session? The Norma Kershaw Auditorium and indoor spaces the John M. Lee Court or Fluor Family Gallery are perfect venues for private meetings and events.
Book now and receive a complimentary Acqua Fresca Bar
for your summer event at Bowers Museum!
Choose from Watermelon-Strawberry, Strawberry-Lemon, Cucumber-Honeydew,
Mango-Passion, Peach, Grapefruit, Orange-Lime
Complimentary Acqua Fresca Bar with $4,000 minimum food and beverage purchase. Up to three flavors. Not to be combined with other offers or promotions. Event must take place before August 31, 2018.
Find the Perfect Space
Click below to find the perfect event space for your party.
Private Event Spaces
Tangata Restaurant at Bowers Museum
Situated inside the beautiful Bowers Museum, Tangata is the perfect setting for plated dinners or cocktail receptions following all-day meetings and presentations.
Margaret & Cleo Key Courtyard
This historic early-California garden area is perfect for corporate functions, galas, fundraisers, or any event that wants to utilize a dramatic outdoor setting.
Fluor Family Gallery
Surround your guests with the Bowers Plein Air collection, in this intimate setting ideal for luncheons, group presentations, and even small dinners. Great combined event space with the adjacent Historic Balcony.
Huang Sculpture Garden
This intimate sculpture garden with gorgeous lighting and beautiful fountains is the perfect location for a small reception and a nice companion to the John M. Lee Court.