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This week, we’re proud to feature the Los Altos History Museum


A memorable setting for special events, the Los Altos History Museum is an impressively rustic, yet refined, three-level, 8200 square-foot building with space for up to 400 guests. The vaulted entryway and indoor balcony which encircles the three-story space graciously welcomes guests to an inspiring collection of regionally significant historical artifacts that sit in surroundings of blond polished wood floors, soaring ceilings, and glass doors that take in a view of the courtyard.
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LosAltosHistoryMuseum-03 | FroomzBlogAcross the beautifully landscaped courtyard is the landmark J. Gilbert Smith History House. Built in 1905, this Craftsman-style shingled farmhouse has been meticulously refurbished and sets a nostalgic tone for outdoor weddings and events.

This juxtaposition of the modern main museum and the charming facade of the History House is bridged by the spacious red-brick courtyard framed by antique-style verdigris lamps, post of native California blooms and ornamental cherry trees.

Facing the abundant gardens is the redwood pergola that sits elegantly at the top of the courtyard. This is the perfect location for outdoor wedding ceremonies and other special occasions. Venue rental rates start at $1500. For detailed pricing packages, visit Los Altos History Museum on Froomz.

For more venues and event spaces to rent, check out over 400 listings on Froomz. And if you know of an awesome event space not listed here, we’d love to hear about them!

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  • Los Altos History Museum Wedding from Connie Lyu Photography (stylemepretty.com)