Whether you’re looking for an easy escape from Seattle, or looking for a flexible and beautiful space close to home, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art is versatile event space for your special occasion. Surround your guests with contemporary art from the Puget Sound region in a space that is an award-winning, architectural jewel.
Chihuly Garden and Glass offers a truly spectacular place to host your event. Visually stunning, this unique setting includes an eight gallery Exhibition surrounded by a richly landscaped Garden and a centerpiece Glasshouse featuring an expansive 100-foot-long sculpture in a color palette of reds, oranges, yellows and ambers.
Where events take flight! The Museum features nine distinctly different event spaces. Ever dined under the wings of a Blackbird or picnicked in the shadow of the first 747? The Museum’s five main exhibit halls provide guests with the unique opportunity to mix and mingle among a backdrop of beautifully restored, historic aircraft. You dream it, and we’ll make it soar!
MOHAI is the jewel of Lake Union Park, with a soaring central atrium, unparalleled views of the lake, and one-of-a-kind Seattle stories and artifacts. Available for rental evenings after 5pm, MOHAI showcases the best of Seattle’s exciting past in a gorgeous historic building in the heart of the city.
The Museum of Pop Culture (formerly EMP Museum) is a leading-edge nonprofit museum, dedicated to the ideas and risk-taking that fuel contemporary popular culture. Located next to the Space Needle at Seattle Center, MoPOP’s Frank O. Gehry designed building provides a spectacular venue for private gatherings.
The Nordic Museum opened its brand new building on NW Market Street in Ballard in May 2018.
The Museum is a versatile event venue with three substantial gathering spaces along with lounge and classroom options.Our architecture has been lauded in numerous publications; our rental rooms are bright, spacious, and aesthetically pleasing.
Get ready to listen to your guests “ooh” and “ahh” over the expansive views of Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains and the Seattle cityscape. The Olympic Sculpture Park is set on nine acres of waterfront property and features more than 20 sculptures by notable 20th-century artists. Stroll through the verdant landscape of native Northwest plants or take in the view from the airy and light-filled PACCAR Pavilion – it doesn’t get any better than this
The downtown Seattle Art Museum seamlessly integrates old and new buildings, creating timeless, light–filled spaces for art and for people. The Seattle Art Museum offers ten different areas to meet your needs. We recommend reserving your date as soon as possible; however, we can accommodate reservations with as little as two weeks’ notice.