We hosted our wedding reception in the Prague Hall at the Czech Museum. The event was a major hit and ran seamless. Guests were impressed with all the crystal decorations and artistic displays present in the venue. Special thanks to the staff at the museum who worked with the decorators and caterers directly. This minimized our involvement. The staff also guided us through each step of our planning process. Overall this is a hidden gem in the heart of Houston.
This Museum has at least three different meeting rooms for banquets or presentations. This location is in the Houston District of Museum Park. This means this location is close to the Holocaust museum, The Art museum, the Natural Science Museum, The zoo, Rice University, Texas Southern University, and the children's museum. This is great for conventions for educators or inventors to get ideas for new presentations or lesson plans. The Brays trail is an awesome day trip to explore some of Texas's natural resources. The decor gives every photo an antique feel. There are two large catering kitchens so you can bring in your own catering team or use one of the suggested local caterers. This allows you to pic the price of the food. Parking for this location is free so you do not have to pay meters or a parking bay for you and your guests. There are three different halls to choose from. The smallest is Ecumenical Wenceslas Chapel. This is usually for small weddings of up to fifty people. BRNO gallery is the middle sized location with up to 170 people. This area has winding stair cases and a grand piano for display. Prague Hall is the largest. It seats up to 250 people and also has a theater seating area for large presentations. The two banquet halls seat 8 to 10 people per table. Prague is the main ball room with red and gold chair colors that can be covered with in-house white fabric if need be.
This was my first time to host a banquet here and my guests and I were inspired by the elegant building and managers who took care of our needs. Some people live like royalty every day of the week, while some of us can only do it once in a while. My banquet was special--everyone of my friends left happy. Thank you.