Founded in 1989, Cape Fear Botanical Garden is situated on 80 acres between the Cape Fear River and Cross Creek just two miles from downtown Fayetteville. Cape Fear Botanical Garden's highlights include Camellia, Daylilly and Shade Gardens, Butterfly Stroll and Children's Garden and the Heritage Garden featuring an 1886 homestead and agricultural structures.
Space NotesThe octagonal Orangery includes a water feature, tile floors, and arched glass doors that lead to the terrace and garden. It also features a natural Southern pine deck ceiling and a bridal suite. It can accommodate 400 guests banquet style or 900 for a standing reception. (6,685 square feet)
The Grand Hall can accomodate up to 120 guests banquet style, or as many as 300 guests for a cocktail reception. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors span the length of the back wall, offering panoramic views. Glass doors are leading the way to the Grand Hall Lawn, often used for ceremonies and cocktail hours. This venue may be divided into three smaller rooms or reserved in its entirety (2,292 square feet). It may also serve as a pre-function space for events taking place in the Orangery.