When entering the museum, you are greeted by a grand marble staircase. Let your eyes gravitate upward toward the impeccably crafted ceiling and oversized chandeliers. This is the museum’s Grand Mezzanine Banking Hall. This space has retained much of its original 1920’s architectural detail; from the 30-foot ceilings to its beautiful Palladian windows. The Banking Hall can host and accommodate a variety of events, which include seated dinners for 325 guests or a cocktail reception for 500 guests. The space can also be divided to your liking to create a more intimate setting for smaller events and meetings.
Situated on the lower level, the concourse is designed to hold meetings, breakouts, classes, and events. The space can hold up to 200 guests and can be divided into six smaller rooms for breakout sessions. This level can also be used to host cocktail hours for clients utilizing the Grand Mezzanine for their reception.