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Headquarters House Museum

Museum in New York City, NY

  • Packages Starting at $5,000
  • Up to 150 Guests
  • Member Since 2020

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Located in New York City, Headquarters House Museum is a stunning historical event venue. This stately property has been in the care of The National Society of Colonial Dames since 1897. The society is dedicated to preserving the building, its interiors, and the valuable links to history that it holds within its walls. The Space Headquarters House Museum features classical architecture and a timeless aesthetic for events held here. Up to 150 guests can be comfortably accommodated within this museum event space. Stand out features include ornate chandeliers, stately decor, and high ceilings. Framed by thick drapes, floor to ceiling windows offer views of the exterior surroundings. A grand piano provides the focal point within one space and can add melodies to occasions held here. This venue offers ample room for a variety of seating plans to be executed. Banquet seating may be arranged for formal dining events, while treater-style seating can accommodate seminars and ceremonies. The Experience Events held at Headquarters House Museum may benefit from the rich history that the society works to preserve.The patriotic spirit of the venue allows visitors to immerse themselves in a traditional American setting. Though nostalgic and intriguing, this is an excellent spot to make exciting new memories. Headquarters House Museum is known for hosting refined occasions such as weddings, corporate functions, and other private special events.

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