Please note: We are sold out for the 2023 season and are not accepting inquiries at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Photo Credits: MarkZelinski.com (header), Melissa Noelle Photography (1), Captured Memories Photography (3, 4), Fotoflare Photography (5)
- Available any date of the week (Saturdays reserved for weddings)
- 3-hour timeslots
- Permit covers up to 20 people (add up to 10 more guests for an additional cost)
- Available Sundays to Fridays (Saturdays reserved for weddings)
- 2-hour time-slots
- Permit covers 1-3 people (add more guests for an additional cost)
RBG offers four beautiful garden areas to choose from for your wedding photography. You will be required to select one of the options below upon booking.
Our largest garden area, Hendrie Park is home to a wide array of blooms and architectural features. Pose with the double reflecting ponds, the famous iron gates, fountains, bridges, the Rose Garden, and acres of incredible flowers and plants.
Two landscaped levels showcase cultivars of native and exotic Mediterranean plants. This indoor garden blooms through the winter, and features a koi pond, stairs, benches, cacti and succulent collection, and more.
David Braley and Nancy Gordon Rock Garden
This historic Rock Garden has been recently rejuvenated, home to winding water features, perennial plants and rustic limestone steps. Descend into the lower bowl for a truly unforgettable landscape.
More like an English landscape park, the Arboretum features a wide variety of trees and grassy fields. It is especially beautiful in late spring, when the magnolias, lilacs, and crabapples bloom.
Set on a fertile terraced plain, formerly a market garden, Laking Garden is home to RBG’s herbaceous perennial collections, including a wide plain of iris and peonies. The Hilda E. Marrs Gazebo and terraced landscape make for a truly romantic atmosphere.
Photography Permit Request
We are sold out for the 2023 season and are not accepting inquiries at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.