Unique Quinceanera Venues in Orange County

Jose Francisco Sanchez

Ranging from the basic banquet hall to more elegant and luxurious ballrooms, Orange County has plenty of Quinceanera venues for your party. However, if you want to book a place that really stands out, Orange County also has great hidden gems which serve as alternatives to traditional banquet halls.


In which of the following Quinceanera venues would you like to host your party?

Marconi Automotive Museum (above)
This museum features exotic cars valued at more than 30 million dollars. You can celebrate your Quinceanera at the museum with up to 300 guests surrounded by a collection of luxury cars. They provide catering service, decorations, tablecloths, as well as audio and video equipment. Call for an estimate and more information regarding available booking dates.

Marconi Automotive Museum
1302 Industrial Drive
Tustin, CA 92780
(714) 258-3001


Quinceanera Venues

Mile Square Golf Course
The Mile Square is one of the better-known places in Orange County. However, what most people don’t know is that it is also available for weddings and Quinceaneras in either a banquet hall or garden area. You can take advantage of the beautiful green scenery for your pictures and video. The package includes a buffet, five hours of use, security, tablecloths with many color choices, and much more. Price is $40 per person.

Mile Square Golf Course
10401 Warner Ave.
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
(714) 962-5541 ext. 232


Quinceanera Venues

Casa de Lago
This place looks like an oasis in the middle of roads and highways; a charming place with its own lake, perfect for pictures and video. You can choose from four different banquet halls for 100 to 300 guests. The price for Quinceaneras includes Mexican or Italian food, drinks, and party essentials such as waiters, decorations and security. Check out this place and book the hall you like best.

Casa de Lago
1615 East Lincoln Ave.
Orange, CA 92865
(714) 685-8535



Quinceanera Venues

Historic Fullerton Ballroom
Built in 1927, this place has retained the charm and elegance of past times and includes two ballrooms for any type of celebrations, including Quinceaneras. Conveniently located in Downtown Fullerton, this old three-story building will surprise anyone who sees its interior facilities. In addition to the ballroom, they provide tablecloths, decoration, chairs and tables. The maximum capacity is 250 guests. You can book a date with a non-refundable $600 deposit.

Historic Fullerton Ballroom
114 E. Commonwealth Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92832
(714) 525-5155



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  • Laura Mora

    Quinceanera party for 130people Feb 2 or April 27
    Or 28