Facility Rentals

Rent our facilities for business meetings, small weddings, and other events.

The Walter Reichardt House is the historic home of Arboretum founder Frances McAllister. Built in the late 1960's, it was renovated in 2007. Today, the Walter Reichardt House houses the Visitor Center and administrative offices, as well as a Meeting Room, Dining Room, Patio, and Kitchen. The meeting room and dining room have fireplaces, a great view of the gardens and open onto attractive flagstone patios.

  • Availability. 8 AM – 5 PM. Groups may use the facility beyond business hours for an additional fee.
  • Facility Rental Charges: $330 full day, $165 half day (4 hours or less)
  • Tours. Groups can schedule a guided tour of gardens for a fee. Tours last approximately45 minutes.
Space Size


Meeting Room 600 Meetings 50 people at tables
45 people in classroom-style seating
Dining Room 325 Serving area
10 people at a table
Patio 170   16 people at tables during fair weather
Kitchen   Prepare refreshments / meals *

* Groups may use the counters, sink, coffee urn, and microwave oven. Other appliances (refrigerator, dishwasher, conventional oven and stove) are unfortunately not available for use.


To book a rental, please contact Alexis Holle.

Alexis.Holle@thearb.org or (928) 774-1442, ext. 106





Rental facilities at The ArboretumPhoto by Dana Felthauser


Outdoor Weddings at The Arboretum

Your guests will enjoy a beautiful natural setting and spectacular view of the San Francisco Peaks as the backdrop when you schedule your wedding at The Arboretum. Situated among 200 acres within the forest, the Arboretum is home to 750 species of plants in gardens and natural habitats. Pine forests, gardens, mountain views, and brilliant blue skies will make your outdoor wedding an event to remember. We offer several unique settings and packages - from small intimate weddings to larger tent-covered events.

More information on Weddings

More information on Rentals

For more information or to set up an appointment please contact Alexis Holle at the Arboretum at (928) 774-1442, ext. 106 or alexis.holle@thearb.org