The Petersen Museum - Founders Lounge - Private Room - Los Angeles, CA
The Petersen Museum - Founders Lounge - Private Room - Los Angeles, CAThe Petersen Museum - Founders Lounge - Private Room - Los Angeles, CA
The Petersen Museum - Founders Lounge - Private Room - Los Angeles, CAThe Petersen Museum - Founders Lounge - Private Room - Los Angeles, CA

The Petersen Museum - Founders Lounge

Private Room in Los Angeles, CA

  • Packages Starting at $1,000
  • Between 20 and 30 Guests
  • Member Since 2020

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Located in Los Angeles, CA, The Petersen Museum offers its private event space, The Founders Lounge. The lounge is situated on the penthouse level of the building and boasts an intimate setting for get-togethers. With a mission to display the rich history of the automobile, the owners of this venue welcome guests to explore the museum during their gathering. The Space Upon walking through the wooden double doors, visitors will note the versatility of The Founders Lounge. With plush red sofas and space for a few round tables, the room can accommodate up to 30 people. This flexible space is available for a range of events, from corporate board meetings to small luncheons. The Experience The Founders Lounge features modern furnishings, providing guests with a comfortable setting for events. Equipped with a flat-screen TV and an HDMI cable, this room can easily accommodate presentations. On the same floor, The Petersen Museum’s penthouse and terrace can also be reserved for events. The Story The Petersen Museum opened in 1994 in partnership with the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles. Over the years, this venue has been transformed from high-end department stores to a museum dedicated to exhibiting the history of the automobile. Remodeled in 2015, the museum's architecture is characterized by 308 individual steel ribbons which commemorate the innovation of America’s automotive industry.

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