VILLA FINALE: MUSEUM & GARDENS

Photography and Site Use at Villa Finale


Photo courtesy of Diana M. Lott Photography

Photo courtesy of Diana M. Lott Photography
Villa Finale: Museum & Gardens provides a unique setting for your special photographs and small private events

Villa Finale's grounds are now available for special event photography.  The home's facade, lush gardens and river-side location provide a gorgeous backdrop for your wedding, graduation, quinceañera or other special event photographs.

Photography Fees

All photography sessions must fall between the hours of 10 am to 4 pm Tuesday – Saturday, unless prior arrangements have been made (call Visitor Services at 210-223-9800 for more information). If the photography session falls outside of regular business hours, there will be a 50% upcharge of the site use fees. A 50% non-refundable deposit of the total use fee is required upon approval of application. Site fees are in one hour increments only and may not be prorated.

Any balance of total fees is due upon arrival to Villa Finale, prior to the beginning of any photography session. If the photography session lasts longer than the contracted timeframe, User will be charged a non-prorated hourly fee for such use.

General fees:
$100.00 per hour Tuesday - Saturday (excludes holidays)
$150.00 per hour outside regular business hours


Villa Finale, National Trust or King William Association Members:
$85.00 per hour Tuesday - Saturday (excludes holidays)
$125.00 per hour outside regular business hours

(All days and times subject to availability)

Areas of Photography
  • Front yard
  • Formal garden
  • Side yard
  • Rear yard and terrace
To read a detailed description of areas of photography including a full conditions and rules, please click here to download an application for on-site photography.  (All applications subject to approval)

Special Property Use


Are you considering Villa Finale for your weeding or reception? 
Click here to download our Special Property Use Agreement (includes prices).



Graduation photos courtesy of Tony Saucedo