Located in Anaheim, CA, the Carnegie Gallery event space is located within the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center property. This historic building dates back to 1908 and was added to the United States National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The structure originally served as the city library until 1963, then as the personnel offices for the City of Anaheim. It became the Anaheim Museum in 1987, before joining the Muzeo in 2007.
The Carnegie Gallery was named after Andrew Carnegie who donated the funds for its construction back in the 1900s. It is the last remaining library funded by this patron in Orange County. This notable property offers over 4,000 square feet of space for events of up to 300 attendees. Within the event area, guests can traverse the Turner Construction Gallery, Steve & Kathleen Kable Discovery Room, and the Sandra Day Lower Lobby, among others.
Guests are able to soak up knowledge and culture while enjoying an event at the Carnegie Gallery. Clients can add to the history of this space by staging their own occasion here. Attendees may wander the various rooms and galleries, admiring artwork that creates easy conversation. This setting provides a cultural backdrop for sophisticated events, enriched with the aesthetic of local history.