American Museum of Natural History
Overview One of the most architecturally magnificent and educationally rich venues in the world to host a special event. Over 40 exhibition halls provide a one-of-a-kind setting for cocktail receptions, gala dinners, film premieres, and special celebrations. Highlights include the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, featuring a 94-food blue what – one of the largest spaces in New York City for a seated dinner; the state-of-the-are Rose Center for Earth and Space, hailed as New York’s 21st century architectural icon; the Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda, showcasing the world’s tallest freestanding dinosaur; and three theaters equipped with cutting-edge audiovisual technology, including the beautifully restored Beaux-Arts LeFrak Theater. Capacity Up to 3,000 Facility type World-renowned scientific and cultural institution Food and beverage Catering by Restaurant Associates Restrictions The museum welcomes corporate and individual patrons, government agencies, and eligible not-for-profit institutions.
Central Park West at 79th Street
New York, New York 10024-5192