Located on Lake Sybelia, just outside bustling downtown Orlando, Audubon Center for Birds of Prey provides a unique venue and location to create memorable experiences for your special event or meeting. Located on a 3-acre sanctuary in the heart of Maitland, host your event with Eagles, Owls, Hawks and other birds of prey that will leave you and your guests with a lasting impression.
Pricing starts at $300 for a two-hour block during normal business hours. Events can be hosted inside in the historic Audubon house or outdoors at the Gazebo overlooking Lake Sybelia. Some examples include corporate holiday meetings or gatherings, award ceremonies, fundraising events and small dinner/after hours gatherings.
The Center is also available to host intimate weddings.
Nestled within a natural setting with tall shade trees is the large historic home, built in the early 1920s. A large porch sits at the front of the Audubon house with stairs leading into the grassy lawn, providing a dramatic entry for an honoree or bride. The grassy area can seat up to 75 guests. A ceremony can also be held on the gazebo for a more intimate wedding of 45 guests. The long walkway to the gazebo also provides a unique entrance.
The Center, part of the Audubon Florida network, has been protecting Florida’s birds and natural resources for over 100 years. Contact us for more specific pricing and details for your event needs.
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