Nardini Manor, a historic landmark established in 1910, has officially reopened after a 12-year hiatus.

“Nardini has a vast and incredible history,” said Christa Esquibel, owner of Get local Arizona Events. “This manor has seen different owners, the progression of railroads to vehicles, and survived a disastrous fire before a successful restoration. We are very lucky to be able to contribute to the history of this venue as well as provide a lovely destination for photography, weddings, or any fun family event.”

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Currently, the estate provides four main event areas. On the property, guests can enjoy a maze constructed of oleander bushes, a courtyard, a hand-built gazebo, an outdoor tent with 6,000 square feet of covered space, and a bridal suite. The building has water, electricity and can hold seating for 250 guests plus parking for 125 vehicles.

Most often used as a wedding venue, the manor offers a variety of ceremony and reception options for Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Couples who book at the venue get exclusive use of the entire four-and-a-half-acre estate and a personal event coordinator. Guests can also get access to Get Local Arizona Event’s curated vendor list of caterers, photographers, florists, wedding officiants and preferred bakeries.

The manor also hosts family-friendly, fun events for holidays such as Easter, Halloween and Christmas.

Because every bride and groom’s needs are different, pricing is flexible. For more information about the manor, visit,