Exchange vows in a romantic hidden paradise just minutes from Waikiki but miles from ordinary. Nestled high above the city, atop Mt. Tantalus, this mountaintop retreat is a dream wedding destination. The estate promises to take your breath away with sweeping panoramic views of Oahu's South Shore including Diamond Head Crater and a glittering city skyline, framed by a striking blue ocean. Fragrant botanical surroundings and views embody the beauty and romance of Old Hawaii for a truly unforgettable occasion.
The estate served as a secret getaway for a number of stars during Hollywood's Golden Age. In the 1950's, surfer boy and Dole Pineapple Executive Charles Black proposed to the love struck Shirley Temple during their here stay, beginning an iconic love story lasting over 55 years.
With a spacious lawn and charming features including a garden walkway and cozy hanging bench, this venue is a dream come true for both large and intimate ceremonies and receptions. The home itself conveys a rustic Old World feel with just the right touch of elegance; high vaulted ceilings, raw wood features, and chandelier lighting. We invite you to begin a new chapter in your love story at the historic Nutridge Estate.
Parking is very limited and we encourage to use Discover Hawaii Tours to transport your guest to and from the venue. Out of state visitors: Are required to use Discover Hawaii Tours to provide transportation to and from the venue. For Kama'aina: As mentioned, parking is limited, your guests can park their cars at a lower parking lot below the park entrance. A parking attendant is required to control traffic and vehicles. parking permit will be available from the Hawaii State Park District Office. The permit can be applied for downloading this file and be submitted for approval via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, fax: 808.587.0311, mail or in-person: DLNR / Division of State Park, 1151 Punchbowl St, Room 310, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814 at least forty-five (45) days prior to the event. Parking is strictly prohibited within the park.
Parking Disclaimer: Discover Hidden Hawaii Tours and its entities will not be held responsible for theft or damage to vehicles or contents. There is No parking allowed in the State Park.