With beautiful venues surrounded by stunning gardens, Kingwood has the right space to help you host your next event. Whether you are planning a business meeting or a big celebration, one of our rooms will suit your needs.
Bring your guests to the gardens for…
- Bridal Showers
- Baby Showers
- Anniversary Celebrations
- Rehearsal Dinners
- Family Reunions
- Celebrations of Life
- Graduation Parties
- Birthday Parties
- Business/Organization Meetings
- Banquet Dinners
Catering is required in all venues.
Carriage House – $600
Renovated in 2016, the Carriage House offers a full catering kitchen, A/V system, and a private patio garden. Open all five carriage doors for a beautiful, indoor/outdoor venue. Seats up to 140 guests.
The King Ballroom, located in the Garden Gateway, is a beautiful and spacious choice for any event. This multi-faceted space has gorgeous garden views, advanced audio/visual capability, and access to the stunning Ballroom Terrace.
The King Ballroom offers even more flexibility with the use of air walls that divide the space into two rooms with separate entrances and audio/visual functionality. This is a great option for a corporate event with breakout sessions.
Additionally, for a smaller event, you can rent:
Charles Room $700 Fri-Sun – $600 Weekday
Kelley Room $700 Fri-Sun – $600 Weekday
Note: May not be available on Saturdays from May through October.
What is included with your Kingwood Room Rental?
- 5 Hours in your Rented Venue
- Tables & Chairs set by Kingwood Staff
- Free Admission for all your Guests
- Air Conditioning/Heating
- Parking for your guests
Premier Catering – Buehler’s Fresh Foods
Kingwood Center Gardens has named Buehler’s Fresh Foods its Premier Caterer! All events at Kingwood are encouraged to utilize Buehler’s for all food & beverage needs. While alternate catering may be chosen, all alcohol must be sourced through Buehler’s. An additional fee applies to events who choose an alternate caterer.
A little bit about Buehler’s
Buehler’s Fresh Foods grocery store was founded in 1929 by E.L. Buehler and his wife, Helen. The family moved the business in 1932 to Wooster, and, after four generations, grew to 13 stores serving the northeast Ohio market. In 2017, Buehler’s became an ESOP (employee stock ownership program) with the belief that selling to their own employees was the best way to assure the continuation of the innovative and creative spirit which made the chain a benchmark for independent grocers.