February 4, 2011
The Philadelphia Museum Of Art Can Now Accommodate A Much Greater Range Of Social Functions, In A Number Of Locations
The Philadelphia Museum of Art has announced exciting changes to its entertaining guidelines: the museum can now accommodate many more types of social functions in a range of different spaces.
The museum invites individuals from the general community, non-profit organizations, conventions and corporations to entertain in the Museum’s Main Building, the Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building and the Rodin Museum and Gardens.
From the vast Great Stair Hall, adorned with elegant Peter-Paul Rubens and Pietro da Cortona tapestries alongside a stunning grand marble staircase, to the contemporary, light-filled atrium of the Perelman building, plus other locales like Granite Hill Restaurant and Van Pelt Auditorium, the museum’s diversity of space is bound to provide locals and visitors alike with ample fodder for memorable hosting ideas.
Specifically, under its new guidelines, the museum can now host engagement parties, bridal showers, graduation celebrations, anniversary dinners and holiday functions for friends and family. Plus, the award-winning, exclusive caterer, Stephen STARR Events, will work closely with guests to customize menus and present exquisite food pairings.
We’re excited about this newly amplified hospitality at a landmark Philadelphia location.
Philadelphia Museum of Art
2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway