Bakersfield has its share of hidden gems when it comes to hosting your Quince party. From converted Victorian houses to fires stations, here are some unique Bakersfield venue options for your fiesta!
Bakersfield Museum of Art
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“Standing Cheetah” by artist Gwynn Murrill is the BMoA sculpture garden’s newest addition. Cast in bronze and nearly life size, the work is on long-time loan from Steve and Lyn Winter. Steve Winter recently retired to the Kern River Canyon after a career in automobile design that took him all over the world. Beginning his career at Porsche in the 1970s and designing concept cars until recent years, the collector takes special interest in Murrill’s keen eye for elegant lines and the hint of explosive muscularity “Standing Cheetah” exudes 0-60 mph in 3 seconds, makes a cheetah faster than a Ferrari Enzo, a McLaren F1 and a Lamborghini Gallardo; what car lover wouldn’t be impressed by that? #beinbakersfield #theBMoA #gwynnmurrill #catsofinstagram
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If you spend much of your free time sketching, drawing or painting, a Quince party venue with nationally-renowned art hanging on the walls could be a great way to showcase your personality. The Bakersfield Museum of Art also boasts a sculpture garden that is available to rent in addition to the museum’s banquet room so that you can take photos among the year-round views.
The banquet hall and garden together rent out for $250 an hour.
The Belle Rae
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A home, coffee and florist shop in one, the Belle Rae gets turned into a charming event venue for Bakersfield parties. From custom-made furniture that take the shop from functional to dessert bar at night, to an outdoor events space with large trees on the property, the Belle Rae’s rustic vibes are truly one-of-a-kind from the moment your guests step into this quaint venue space.
The Noriega House
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This charming event venue is both a historical estate and garden. The little gazebo in the back of the Noriega House overlooks a black and white checkered dance floor where your guests can see who dances to ‘Caballo Dorado’ the fastest *without* falling down. String lights help illuminate the setting for your Quince party!
The Station – Kern County Fire Fighters
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Sometimes it pays off to think outside the box (or venue walls) to find a place to host your momentous occasion. The Station is an event venue in Bakersfield operated by the Kern County Fire Fighters. The setting is warm and modern with its rustic vibe and exposed brick wall, with a waterfall in the front and a little patio to greet guests if they would like to venture outside.
Celebrations at J’s
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The outdoor garden at Celebration at J’s can hold up to 300 guests for your Quinceañera party and features the relaxing sound of waterfalls. Patio seating and a lovely blue bridge is an eye-catching centerpiece for this garden-ready venue.