A Gift to the people of Cincinnati by Andrew Carnegie, The Carnegie Center was built in 1906 to the specifications of the noted architectural firm of Samuel Hannaford & Sons and served as a public library until 1959. An inspiring stage for any event, this stately Beaux-Arts building is dominated by large, arched windows, majestic 22 foot ceilings, brass chandeliers and concentric patterned wood floors. Two main rooms and a large entry hall, totaling 3400 square feet, can accommodate 200 seated guests or 350 for a standing reception. No catering services offered. WINTER WEDDING OPEN HOUSE 1/16/14, 5-8pm. Meet the caterer, see sample decor and table arrangements and enjoy light refreshments. No reservations required.