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Preferred Vendors

Hosting an event at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County or the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits? Our preferred caterers will be happy to help make your evening a success! Each company on this list is well versed in the rules and regulations of the museum and offer a wide choice of cuisine sure to elevate any event!

Catering Services


“Something Sacred is at Stake at Every Event.”

Contemporary Catering

(310) 558-8190


Garden of Eating

(323) 930-5660


Good Gracious

(323) 954-2277


Heirloom Catering

(855) 456-6652


Jay’s Catering

(714) 636-6045


Joan’s on Third

(323) 655-2285


LA Spice

(424) 500-2125


Premiere Events

(323) 934-7777


Thank Goodness It’s Sofia

(562) 492-9555


Tres LA

(323) 466-1835

Cakes, Sweets & Treats


The Butter End

(310) 943-9241


Sweet Lucie’s

(310) 245-8242

Thinking about having your next event at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles

or the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits?

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Hollywood Glamour meets Tar Pits!

Congratulations Sam and Emily!


 These two took their love of working in the film industry and turned it into one amazing wedding!


The ceremony took place on the upper terrace of the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits overlooking the open-air atrium.This is a beautiful space that easily fit their 100 guests. Standing along the railing the couple took their vows as the sun set behind them over the Hollywood Hills. 


Personally, my favorite touch was the film canisters filled with flowers!


After a enjoying cocktails on the western side of the terrace, guests were greeted by a costumed usher and directed into the museum’s Hancock Theater. With 3-D glasses in hand, they settled into watch Sam and Emily, along with their bridal party, star in their own film full of mystery and adventure!


Dinner took place on the west side of the museum gallery which can seat up to 250 for dinner. 


The fossils were lit in an array of blues and greens which complimented our bright yellow dire wolf wall nicely!


Table centerpieces and the photobooth continued the Hollywood theme with lanterns and costumes fashioned after all the characters in the 3-D film!



 Russell Gearhart Photographyprovided these stunning images of the event. You can see more of his work at Brian Armstrong was the wedding planner who helped makes Sam and Emily’s dream wedding come true. You can contact him at   


Thinking about hosting an event at the Page Museum, Hancock Park or the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles? Give us a call at 213-763-3221 or email at and see how we can help make your next event a memorable one!

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Southern Charm Wedding at the La Brea Tar Pits

A sunset ceremony on the terrace and cocktails overlooking the a lush atrium, who wouldn’t find the La Brea Tar Pits the perfect place for a wedding?


A beautiful fall day provided set the scene for Becca and Ben’s wedding at the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits. And, as always, local street musician Charlie Cox was at his usual post serenading the guys with his catalogue of music!


Inside the museum the open air atrium was a great place for the couple to have a first look and make use of the tropical setting for some amazing photos! 


Once tended by George C Page himself, the atrium is the center of the Page Museum.  This popular exhibit is a quiet spot to stop, take a breather and enjoy the nature. 


Becca and Ben chose to have their ceremony on the Page Museum Terrace overlooking the atrium and has sweeping views of the La Brea Tar Pits, Hancock Park and the Hollywood Hills. Their 120 guests easily fit in the space and everyone had a great view!


The arbor  full of local flowers as well as flowers from Ben’s native Australia provided a stunning backdrop for the couple during the ceremony.


After cocktails on the terrace, guests moved into the Page Museum for dinner with an ice age theme.


Each table was labeled with an ice age mammal and actual fossils stood guard over the terrariums and tiny ice age mammal figurines. 


After dinner everyone passed under the tusks of the Columbian Mammoth on their way to the dance floor!


A big thank you to April and her team at at April Smith & Co. Photography for letting us post these fantastic photos! If you would like see more of her work please head over to or check her out on Facebook at Of course you can always pick up the phone and give her a call at 909-957-5795.


Thinking about having your next event at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles? Give us a call at 213-763-3221 or send us an email at and see how we can help make your next event a memorable one!

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Preferred Vendors

Considering an event at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles? Then check out our preferred vendors! Each one has been approved by our department for their amazing work and are sincerely a pleasure to work with!

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“John delivers your party with great class, efficiency, on time, on or under budget and, equally as important, with impeccable humor and grace. We heartily recommend John Kinderman and his staff at About Thyme.” -Vanessa Gilbert via

“The staff was so kind, fun and thoughtful. The food — i feel like we cheated them, it was so freakin’ good (people are STILL talking about it) and Julian, the coordinator for our event ran the night just so smoothly. They took care of everything (and everyone) with such care, calm precision and so much amazing creativity. I’m floored.” –Lauren via

  (323) 924-1031





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“The Butter End Cakery rocks. Kimberly and Rainbow are dedicated, professional artists who also are just super cool people.  They made our wedding cake which was an amazing looking and tasting piece of art. We got something that was beyond our wildest dreams:… The attention to detail was unbelievable. Some people didn’t even realize it was a cake. And it tasted amazing!!!!” –Dorian D via (Millennium Falcon Cake)

“Thank you so much for making us the most delicious and gorgeous cake ever.  Our guests couldn’t stop talking about how amazing our cake was!  Thank you for being so patient with us and designing our perfect cake.  You are a true artist, a pleasure to work with and we couldn’t be more pleased.” – Jim and Laura Roush on their wedding cake

(310) 943-9241



Garden of Eating


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“Ethan & the GOE team were wonderful to work with for our wedding reception and throughout the reception planning process! Prompt communication, flexibility, great food, and amazing service…everything to help ease the mind of a stressed-out bride.” –Dae C, via

“Thanks for another fabulous job well done! You helped make our [Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice] awards show run smoothly, and the food was awesome! See you next year!”

(323) 930-5660










“The best food…. the best catering… the best of everything!!! MUST HAVE at any party!” – Wende L. via

“I would recommend this company to any one. Their food presentation is out of this world. If you care about good food and amazing presentation, by all means try them. They are a good company to use for all your events!!!!” – Sophia via

(323) 954-2277













“LA Spice, I tell people, is the best caterer in town and always hits the mark in all categories: Quality of food, selection, service, and even price. I’ve used LA Spice for years for a lot of things, but when I got married, they were my first and my best call.” –Tracey A. via

“The absolutely delicious and wonderful “green” catering service you provided for our EPA event an aura of style and class. Thank you!” -Nelly Sun, Office of Regional Director, EPA

(310) 670-5697




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“The food is impec­ca­ble, the ser­vice is pro­fes­sional and the com­pany really deliv­ers a high-quality event pro­duc­tion prod­uct that makes them one of the best event com­pa­nies in Los Ange­les.”- Jes­sica Rhoades, Madame Tus­sauds Hollywood

“Pre­miere Events is the first com­pany I turn to for any of my food, bev­er­age or venue needs. They are always pro­fes­sional, well orga­nized, accom­mo­dat­ing, knowl­edge­able, and con­tinue to exceed my expec­ta­tions.” — Vanessa Katona, Tele­vi­sion Producer

(323) 934-7777













“Seriously – Sweet Lucie’s is as good as it gets! We had the pleasure of having Sweet Lucie’s at our wedding and one month later, our guests are still talking about the unique idea, the freshly made organic ice cream and sorbet (it was made the morning of our wedding), and the delightful staff.”- Courtney O. via

“The owners were very friendly to me and have a great reputation in the wedding & event industry, so now that I’ve tried their delicious ice cream I will definitely be recommending the ice cream truck/cart to my clients!” – Jennifer via

(310) 245-8242






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 “I was wowed by the taste of the various items I sampled during the cocktail hour, delighted by the inventiveness of the food presentation, and appreciative of the excellent care the staff took of the events attendee’s. The dinner and dessert were equally delicious… Kudos TGIS!!!” –Michelle K. via

“Great service from planning the event all the way to the day of the event. When I used TGIS I don’t have to worry about anything going wrong! They can do simple, quiet, intimate dinners in your home to big, extravagant, fantastic enormous parties!!!” – Katrynke via

(562) 492-9555





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“Their.  Food.  Is.  AWESOME!  Our guests included a number of foodies and a few chefs, and everyone raved about how delicious everything was from passed hors d’oeuvres to plated dinner and dessert.” –Deborah G. via 

“The entire crew was fantastic. Thank you for creating such a warm environment for Christopher and I to enjoy our happiest day. Many of our guests said it was the best wedding they’d ever been to! And I can safely say I am not one of those brides that didn’t eat at her wedding. I ate…a lot. Please send my compliments to your chef(s)!” – Kristin 11/4/12 Wedding

(323) 466-1835


Thinking about having your next event at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles? Give us a call at 213-763-3221 or send us an email at and see how we can help make your next event a memorable one!

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Brazil Day in LA!

Once again, Hancock Park and the La Brea Tar Pits were the backdrop for Brazil Day in LA!

Each year this event brings out the crowds! Vendors selling everything from churrasco and coxinha  to jewelry and clothes surrounded Hancock Park’s grand circle.

Entertainment included bands, drummers, Capoeira demonstrations and a very colorful Carnival Parade! For a list of the performers please visit



And it just wouldn’t be a Brazilian Festival without dancing, dancing and more DANCING!!

To learn more about Brazil Day in LA please visit their website at And a big thank you to our friends at the Brazilian Consulate for a wonderful day!

The photos are all from the works of Liza Lemsatef Cunningham. To see more of her work, please visit or contact her at

For more information on holding your festival or outdoor event in Hancock Park, please call 213-763-3221 or email us at

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A Toast to Southern California at the Page Museum!

On Thursday May 12, we were happy to partner with Get Married and Wish Wonder Dream Wedding Coordination at the George C. Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits! This event brought together wedding professionals from all over Southern California to sip, taste and experience some of the best wedding vendors in Southern California!

The Main Gallery of the museum was strewn with cocktail tables on the west side where guests were served drinks underneath a Columbian Mammoth! The east side of the museum had delicious finger foods from Truly Yours Catering.

DJFX Entertainment set up their music and a dance area in the timeline section of the museum, a popular place for the dance floor!

Please enjoy these photos from inside the main gallery:

We also got this opportunity to show off the upper terrace of the museum. The terrace is open-aired and looks down in the museum’s atrium where cocktails were being served.

While the terrace is exceptionally beautiful in daylight…

…nighttime brought out a whole new attitude!

And who could forget the goodies?

Thank you to the evening’s sponsors:

Whitney Wing Drake and her team at Wish Wonder Dream

Jessica Williams at Get Married Magazine

The Page Museum

Classic Party Rentals Culver City / Designer 8

La Belles Floral Couture and Curios

The French Florist

Honedew Flavors and Floral Designs

The Swing Kings

Todd Elliot Entertainment

Night and Day Productions

DJFX Entertainment/DJFX Photobooths

Truly Yours Catering

Baked It Myself

Gotta Have S’More

Korbel Champagne

KTB Weddings

Visioneer Media

Want to see more photos?

    Check out Whitney’s blog post here: 

Caitlin Wing Photography also has some amazing shots on her blog at : 

For more information on hosting you wedding or any kind of event at the La Brea Tar Pits, Hancock Park, please call the Special Events Information Line at 213-763-3221 or email us at

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Awesome Invites!

Check out the invitation and save the date cards from Kevin and Elizabeth’s 10-10-10 wedding at the George C. Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits! They were designed and created by the couple themselves.

The Invitation:

The Save the Date card:

For those of you that aren’t familiar with the Page museum, the save the date card is based on our wall of dire wolf skulls:

To check out some more of the happy couple’s design work, please visit Kevin’s blog at and Elizabeth’s blog at

For more information on hosting you wedding or any kind of event at the La Brea Tar Pits, Hancock Park, please call the Special Events Information Line at 213-763-3221 or email us at

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