Holcomb Gardens

Nestled along the historic Indianapolis Central Canal, Holcomb Gardens is 20 acres of beautiful wooded land. The gardens were designed by James Holcomb, a Trustee to the University, and Arthur Lindberg. The creation of the space was completed in 1950 and has been the host to many memorable events over the years. In the middle of the Gardens, a 500- foot-long grass mall featuring the statue of Persephone by French sculptor Armand Toussaint. The Garden House accommodates up to 50 guests and can be utilized for wedding parties and private events. 


Rate: See wedding information or email kldunn1@butler.edu

Additional rates for grounds and damages may be added  

Capacity: 240 guests 

Capacity may be adjusted depending on the layout of the event 

Garden Grounds