For some, having a wedding at a university may seem out of the ordinary, but the campus of UCLA is so beautiful that it can offer the perfect backdrop for your special day. Located in Westwood Village of Los Angeles, UCLA is a great place to have an outdoor ceremony at any time of the day. Classic brick buildings and grand staircases are just some of the monumental fixtures that will make your ceremony spectacular.
The university offers a variety of locations that are elegant, stately, and romantic. The original campus square called Dickson Court is a vast opening of the campus that offers stone-accented walkways, and lush landscapes. This area provides an excellent view of UCLA’s picturesque environment. Not far from Dickson Court sits Janss Terrance, which neighbors a peaceful fountain and overlooks a beautiful descending staircase. These stairs lead down to Wilson Plaza, another exquisite space for a ceremony. This plaza is the university’s central quad and the original entrance to campus. If you’re interested in a more private setting, the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden is nestled away in a tree-filled area that creates an ideal garden ambiance.
UCLA is conveniently located within walking distance of world-class hotels and is minutes away from Los Angeles International Airport. Whether your event is a large gathering or an intimate celebration, UCLA is a great location to host any occasion.
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