Seated: 210 with dance floor, 240 without
Buffet Seated: 200 with no dance floor, 160 with dance floor
Buffet Cocktail: 275 (2/3 seating)
Cocktail Reception: 400 (standing)

Note

The capacities for seated and buffet seated events are calculated using 60-inch round tables with 10 guests at each. Any deviation (altering the number of guests at each table, adding a “head” table and/or changing the shape of a table from round to square and/or rectangle) will decrease capacity and may cause you to incur extra charges.

Receptions

Evening Facility Rental:

Monday – Wednesday: $1,200
Thursday, Friday, & Sunday: $2,000
Saturday: $2,500

Availability:

Evenings year-round
Up to 4 hours
Earliest start time: 6:30pm


Events

Facility Rental:

Monday-Wednesday: $1,000
Thursday, Friday, & Sunday: $2,000
Saturday: $2,500

Daytime Rental:

Monday-Thursday: $500 (Must be out by 4pm)

Availability:

Evenings year-round
Up to 4 hours
Earliest start time: 6:30pm


Note

There is a $15,000 food and beverage minimum for Saturday night events. There is a $1,000 additional set up and clean up fee added to all space rentals. Events with a final guest count of 31-54 adults will incur a surcharge of $500. Events with 30 adults or fewer will incur a surcharge of $1,000.

  • Exclusive use of the event space
  • 60-inch round dining tables
  • Black Chavari ballroom chairs
  • Floor-length ivory tablecloths with white cotton overlays
  • White cotton napkins for seated dinners
  • All china, stemware and flatware
  • All bar glasses
  • Votive candles for tables
  • Ambient indoor lighting
  • Comfortable chairs and accent tables throughout
  • Outdoor café tables and chairs at entrance
  • Beautifully landscaped entrance
  • Landscape lighting
  • Well-lit, free parking lot
  • Private event signage

Forest Park Visitor Center

Spanish-style building with historic clock tower

The Forest Park Visitor Center was originally built in 1892 as a streetcar shelter. Today, it is a Spanish-style event space with the building’s original clocktower. Inside, the Visitor Center offers a large, open-concept space to allow your creativity, style and personality to shine through during the event. Complete with a modern banquet facility and state-of-the-art meeting rooms, the Forest Park Visitor Center is a great fit for any event from a wedding to a corporate event or fundraiser.

Ready to get started? Contact us today to plan your dream event at Forest Park Visitor Center.

The Forest Park Visitor Center was originally built in 1892 as a streetcar shelter. Today, the building’s distinctive Spanish architecture and the original clock tower serve as the perfect backdrop for events and meetings held in the park.

The Forest Park Visitor Center is home to a modern banquet facility and state-of-the-art meeting rooms. A large dining room displays the only remaining clock face original to the building and its beautiful Palladian windows overlook the park. The building’s open concept lends itself to creating an event uniquely yours. The Forest Park Visitor Center is located near many of park’s main attractions, including the Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum and Missouri History Museum, and features convenient, free parking.

The Forest Park Visitor Center was originally built in 1892 as a streetcar shelter. Today, the building’s distinctive Spanish architecture and the original clock tower serve as the perfect backdrop for events and meetings held in the park.

The Forest Park Visitor Center is home to a modern banquet facility and state-of-the-art meeting rooms. A large dining room displays the only remaining clock face original to the building and its beautiful Palladian windows overlook the park. The building’s open concept lends itself to creating an event uniquely yours. The Forest Park Visitor Center is located near many of park’s main attractions, including the Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum and Missouri History Museum, and features convenient, free parking.

The Forest Park Visitor Center was originally built in 1892 as a streetcar shelter. Today, the building’s distinctive Spanish architecture and the original clock tower serve as the perfect backdrop for events and meetings held in the park.

The Forest Park Visitor Center is home to a modern banquet facility and state-of-the-art meeting rooms. A large dining room displays the only remaining clock face original to the building and its beautiful Palladian windows overlook the park. The building’s open concept lends itself to creating an event uniquely yours. The Forest Park Visitor Center is located near many of park’s main attractions, including the Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum and Missouri History Museum, and features convenient, free parking.

The Forest Park Visitor Center was originally built in 1892 as a streetcar shelter. Today, the building’s distinctive Spanish architecture and the original clock tower serve as the perfect backdrop for events and meetings held in the park.

The Forest Park Visitor Center is home to a modern banquet facility and state-of-the-art meeting rooms. A large dining room displays the only remaining clock face original to the building and its beautiful Palladian windows overlook the park. The building’s open concept lends itself to creating an event uniquely yours. The Forest Park Visitor Center is located near many of park’s main attractions, including the Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum and Missouri History Museum, and features convenient, free parking.