Corporate and Social Events
Book in the month of September and receive a complimentary glass of champagne for all of your guests. Additional weekday booking discounts also available.
For more details contact Kristen Kirk at 508-793-4330
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Since opening its doors in the spring of 1898, the Worcester Art Museum's internationally renowned collection has impressed all those who enter, with its grand spaces, over 35,000 works of art, and 50 centuries of creative spirit. This lasting impression can be yours to share for your corporate event, meeting, or performance.
Imagine your guests in this one-of-a-kind building, and the ability to offer a unique entertaining opportunity for up to 250 people. Usage of the Renaissance Court can grant your invitees access to a wealth of history and art among the first floor galleries. Plus, the possibility of varied activities and performances in our stunning space could spark the creative imagination of your employees, dazzle your clients, or impress your patrons.
The Museum Café, with its adjacent outdoor Courtyard, accommodates 30 to 150 guests — depending on the style of food service you choose and for those good weather months your guests will enjoy stepping into the outdoor courtyard for cocktails. To complement your event, you may want to offer your guests a docent-led tour of selected galleries, or an opportunity to view one or more of our galleries on their own.
For a weekday corporate meeting, consider the Museum's Conference Room. With audio, visual, and Internet capabilities, the Conference Room seats 100 guests theater-style and 40 in a classroom-style scenario.
Dining Service options are provided by the Museum's select list of approved caterers. With extensive experience within the Museum's unique space, these dining professionals will craft delicious cuisine for you and your guests. In addition, the Museum's full liquor license enables us to provide all beverages for your event.
Banner image: Jeff Corazzini Photography
Photo: Eric Limón Photography