Spink Pavilion at Missouri Botanical Garden

Majestic stone gatehouse at the Missouri Botanical Garden

The Spink Pavilion at Missouri Botanical Garden was built in 1859 to serve as the main entrance to the Missouri Botanical Garden, and it has now been restored into a beautiful event garden venue. The Spink Pavilion sits on the garden’s Grand Plaza, overlooking three large reflecting pools filled with colorful water lilies bordered by tulips, pansies and unusual summer annuals. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows offer guests a full view of the gardens with no obstructions, so you and your guests can enjoy the majesty of the Missouri Botanical Gardens from your event. The Spink Pavilion offers ample space for your guests to mingle, as well as an intimate feel that makes them feel comfortable and welcome, no matter the event.

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Spink Pavilion was built in 1859 by Henry Shaw to serve as the main entrance to the Missouri Botanical Garden. This beautifully restored building is situated on the garden’s grand plaza overlooking three large reflecting pools filled with colorful water lilies and bordered by tulips, pansies and unusual summer annuals. From the pavilion, you can also see the Milles Sculpture Garden and the Climatron, the garden’s dramatic geodesic-domed conservatory.

Spink Pavilion has been updated with modern amenities. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows have replaced the old mullion-style doors and windows allowing guests to view the garden without obstruction. Other improvements include a new reception room; a seasonal awning over the terrace for shade and protection from inclement weather; a new HVAC system to insure a comfortable room temperature all year; new, modern restrooms; and state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment operated by the touch of a button. Spink Pavilion, located off of Tower Grove Avenue, is one of the most beautiful and sought-after event spaces in St. Louis.

Spink Pavilion was built in 1859 by Henry Shaw to serve as the main entrance to the Missouri Botanical Garden. This beautifully restored building is situated on the garden’s grand plaza overlooking three large reflecting pools filled with colorful water lilies and bordered by tulips, pansies and unusual summer annuals. From the pavilion, you can also see the Milles Sculpture Garden and the Climatron, the garden’s dramatic geodesic-domed conservatory.

Spink Pavilion has been updated with modern amenities. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows have replaced the old mullion-style doors and windows allowing guests to view the garden without obstruction. Other improvements include a new reception room; a seasonal awning over the terrace for shade and protection from inclement weather; a new HVAC system to insure a comfortable room temperature all year; new, modern restrooms; and state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment operated by the touch of a button. Spink Pavilion, located off of Tower Grove Avenue, is one of the most beautiful and sought-after event spaces in St. Louis.

Spink Pavilion was built in 1859 by Henry Shaw to serve as the main entrance to the Missouri Botanical Garden. This beautifully restored building is situated on the garden’s grand plaza overlooking three large reflecting pools filled with colorful water lilies and bordered by tulips, pansies and unusual summer annuals. From the pavilion, you can also see the Milles Sculpture Garden and the Climatron, the garden’s dramatic geodesic-domed conservatory.

Spink Pavilion has been updated with modern amenities. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows have replaced the old mullion-style doors and windows allowing guests to view the garden without obstruction. Other improvements include a new reception room; a seasonal awning over the terrace for shade and protection from inclement weather; a new HVAC system to insure a comfortable room temperature all year; new, modern restrooms; and state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment operated by the touch of a button. Spink Pavilion, located off of Tower Grove Avenue, is one of the most beautiful and sought-after event spaces in St. Louis.

Spink Pavilion was built in 1859 by Henry Shaw to serve as the main entrance to the Missouri Botanical Garden. This beautifully restored building is situated on the garden’s grand plaza overlooking three large reflecting pools filled with colorful water lilies and bordered by tulips, pansies and unusual summer annuals. From the pavilion, you can also see the Milles Sculpture Garden and the Climatron, the garden’s dramatic geodesic-domed conservatory.

Spink Pavilion has been updated with modern amenities. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows have replaced the old mullion-style doors and windows allowing guests to view the garden without obstruction. Other improvements include a new reception room; a seasonal awning over the terrace for shade and protection from inclement weather; a new HVAC system to insure a comfortable room temperature all year; new, modern restrooms; and state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment operated by the touch of a button. Spink Pavilion, located off of Tower Grove Avenue, is one of the most beautiful and sought-after event spaces in St. Louis.