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Tuesday Open House

We are happy to announce that our weekly open house is now running every Tuesday from 6-8pm. The venue is spacious enough to practice social distancing while you tour our beautiful venue.

A Unique & Exotic Venue

Arizona’s Event Site

We are an indoor/outdoor event facility suitable for your special occasion. Our garden is Arizona’s most unique setting for parties up to 200 people.

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Every Tuesday 6 to 8 PM

Our weekly Open House is running every Tuesday night from 6PM to 8PM. The venue is spacious enough to practice social distancing while you tour our beautiful venue.
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Weddings

As one of Arizona’s most popular wedding venues our weekends fill up fast; reserve your wedding date today to ensure you get the time you want.

Group Events

A great location for corporate and special group events. The facility is also available as a location for family photo shoots.

A private five-acre oasis in the heart of Phoenix. A forest of trees, fountains, ponds, tranquil river and 20-foot waterfall. Get married in our Hacienda-Style Plaza, dine in our 10,000-sq-ft. Indoor Tropical Garden, socialize in our Mexican Cantina and dance the night away in our beautiful Palm Garden.

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What Our Customers Say

Don’t take our word for it, read what our clients have to say about their experience at the Boojum Tree.

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We Are Unique

The Boojum Tree is a unique name for Phoenix’s most unique wedding/reception and party venue. From a ceremony on our Mexican plaza, to a stroll through our Tropical rainforest, or tea in our English garden, any occasion at Boojum Tree’s Hidden Gardens is an event to be remembered for a lifetime.

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Creative Passion

Boojum Tree’s creator has designed some of the most beautiful indoor garden settings in the country. Ray Brooks is one of the most award winning interior plant designers and Boojum Tree is his own private passion. Boojum Tree’s Hidden Gardens began as a personal endeavor and was never intended for public use. As the gardens emerged, so did their reputation.

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Local Roots

After several of Phoenix’s news stations and top publications asked to run stories about the gardens, the phone never stopped ringing. The gardens were rezoned for public forum and are now a “destination” wedding and party site in your own backyard.