California Museum For History, Women and the Arts
1020 O St, Sacramento, CA

California Museum For History, Women and the Arts

1020 O St
Sacramento, CA 95814
Neighborhood: Downtown
California Museum For History, Women and the Arts, Sacramento — The Museum’s courtyard is a unique setting with the Constitution Wall as its backdrop - a public art piece that stands at six-stories tall and features words taken from the California Constitution, chosen for their enduring meaning. The Courtyard is a versatile setting for receptions, presentations, and even weddings with a capacity for 1,000 people standing, or 250 seated. The Courtyard has also been the site for Governor Schwarzenegger and First Lady Maria Shriver's receptions for several foreign dignitaries, the Valley Vision Legacy Feast for three years in a row, other local organization recognition ceremonies and the Museum's Movie Night at the Museum summer series
1020 O St
Sacramento, CA 95814
Neighborhood: Downtown

Maximum Capacity: 250 people
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The California Museum offers a unique setting for gatherings for every occassion. Our airy lobby and California-inspired meeting spaces are colorful, creative and vibrant, making it a far cry from the standard event venue. The courtyard, with the backdrop of the six-story wall sculpture, the Constitution Wall, provides a dramatic atmosphere for socializing within one block of the Capitol Building. And our 250-seat auditorium and two conference rooms, complete with projectors and sound systems make the Museum an ideal space for corporate events of all sizes.

The Museum provides a professional and personal touch to each of our varied events.
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California Museum For History, Women and the Arts, Sacramento — Fronted by a spacious Rotunda, this state of the art, theatre style auditorium seats 254. It features a 20’x20’ drop down screen, stationary lectern equipped with DVD/VHS player, and remote hook-up for a laptop for power point presentations. This auditorium was the site of the Sacramento Mayoral Debate in May 2008, A Conversation with Ken Burns, and the California Hall of Fame ceremony.

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California Museum For History, Women and the Arts, Sacramento — Fronted by a spacious Rotunda, this state of the art, theatre style auditorium seats 254. It features a 20’x20’ drop down screen, stationary lectern equipped with DVD/VHS player, and remote hook-up for a laptop for power point presentations. This auditorium was the site of the Sacramento Mayoral Debate in May 2008, A Conversation with Ken Burns, and the California Hall of Fame ceremony.California Museum For History, Women and the Arts, Sacramento — The lobby is a large open space that offers a lot of light through large windows, with sights of pedestrian and street traffic. The California Hall of Fame panel installation is the focal point of the room, featuring the extraordinary Californians whose contributions have changed the world. The lobby allows for receptions of up to 200 people, or 100 people for seated luncheons or banquets.
This space has been used for countless social events, weddings, luncheons, and Museum events, such as the California Hall of Fame after-party, a legislative luncheon and family programs
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Auditorium Max Capacity: 254 people
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Seating Capacity
Capacity: 254 People
Amenities
  • Air Conditioned
Features
  • Audio Visual: Portable Equipment
Auditorium and Rotunda
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Classroom 2
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Lobby and Mezzanine
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