Private & Corporate Events

The National Aviary is the perfect venue for special occasions of all kinds.  Whether you’re hosting an office party, a business meeting, a shower, a reunion, or a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, the National Aviary’s experienced event team will help you customize an unforgettable event.

Complemented by vibrant tropical exhibits and colorful birds, your event will impress and entertain.  The brand new Garden Room, offers a versatile space that will wow guests for any occasion.  With immersive habitats, up close avian encounters and beautiful settings your event at the National Aviary will be one of a kind.

Enjoy a unique and customizable experience at the National Aviary with amenities such as:

  • A unique space available for daytime or evening events
  • Add on exclusive access to stroll through our tropical exhibits, whatever the weather outside.
  • Opportunities to add special appearances by our penguins, parrots, owls, and other birds of prey
  • Flexible and creative space for 15 to 200 guests
  • A variety of tables, chairs, and other furnishings included in the rental price
  • Complimentary parking in our private lot
  • An experienced team of event professionals ready to make your special event perfect, including your event supervisor, animal trainer, maintenance services, security, and Atria’s Catering

For Inquiries And To Book Today, Contact Our Event Experts At 412-258-9436 Or

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