The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent
15 South 7th Street, Philadelphia, PA

The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent

15 South 7th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Neighborhood: Center City/ Olde City > Center City East
The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent, Philadelphia — Completed in 1826 and designed by the reknowned 19th century architect John Haviland, the building's facade is made of Pennsylvania ble marble and is an example of the period's popular Greek-revival style.
15 South 7th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Neighborhood: Center City/ Olde City > Center City East

Maximum Capacity: 175 people
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The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent, located just around the corner from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, is the gateway to Philadelphia history. The Museum's historic 1826 building and garden provide a unique Philadelphia setting for business meetings, receptions and social occasions. As one of the few green spaces in Center City, the Marian Mitchell Garden is available for private parties along with the exhibition galleries. Our preferred caterers offer distinctive menus customized for every event. When renting the Museum, clients may schedule a tour of the exhibitions or a presentation related to a special collection interest.
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The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent, Philadelphia — A versatile site for celebrations, workshops, and meetings!The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent, Philadelphia — The museum provides opportunities for visitors to get up close with some of the most significant and interesting objects related to Philadelphia's 300 year history.The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent, Philadelphia — Have all of Philadelphia at your feet as you walk upon the world's largest map of the city in the Experience Philadelphia! Gallery.
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Garden
Outdoor Venue Max Capacity: 200 people
Links: Website
Supported Layouts and Capacities
Banquet - 8 per
Capacity: 100 People
Reception
Capacity: 200 People
Museum & Garden (Combined)
Alternate Venue Max Capacity: 300 people
Museum GalleriesPhotos Available
Alternate Venue Max Capacity: 200 people
Philadelphia GalleryPhotos Available
Alternate Venue Max Capacity: 125 people
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Approved Vendors
The museum can provide contact information for caterers we prefer, but the museum does not require the client to use one of the preferred caterers. Other caterers with credentials may be used.
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