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National Museum of American Jewish History

101 South Independence Mall East
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106

500Largest Group
7Meeting Rooms
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  • Our beautiful ballroom, perfect for weddings and other special eventsOur beautiful ballroom, perfect for weddings and other special events

  • We promise to make your event center stage We promise to make your event center stage

  • High tech amenities for your presentationHigh tech amenities for your presentation

  • Stunning views of PhiladelphiaStunning views of Philadelphia

  • Modern architecture Modern architecture

  • Seating arrangements to your desireSeating arrangements to your desire

  • Balcony space Balcony space

  • A/V staff eager to assist with eventsA/V staff eager to assist with events

  • Stunning decor to enhance any eventStunning decor to enhance any event

  • Top class service for your event!Top class service for your event!

  • Call us today to learn more!Call us today to learn more!

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  • Event Spaces
  • Catering
  • Services
  • Area Attractions
Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the National Museum of American Jewish History is the premier event space for small and large corporate and social events, private parties, lectures, conferences, galas and fundraisers, and business meetings. Whether large or small, our Philadelphia event staff is trained to make your event personal and exciting thanks to our amenities and top-class hospitality.

Plan your next Philadelphia conference or event to be historic at the National Museum of American and Jewish History. Contact Ellen Weiss using the information below to book your tour, and Philadelphia conference or event, today!

View the video below to learn more about the many attributes that make the National Museum of American Jewish History the premier event venue in Philadelphia for everything from business retreats to weddings!

Nearby Cities & Number of Miles:
Philadelphia, PA
New York, NY
Washington, DC
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Within walking distance
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Largest Theatre Style:
200 seats
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Special Rates and Packages:
Discounted rate for non-profit organizations
Ideally Suited For:
Adult Social Event
Corporate Social Events
Family Reunion
Leisure travel
Professional Meeting/Training/Conference/Retreat
Wedding Ceremony/Reception
Youth Retreat/Camp

Event Spaces

Meeting RoomDescriptionsSquare Footage
Ballroom Our Ballroom is an incredible venue in which to celebrate events such as weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, private parties or fundraisers.

Toll Terrace The ballroom's adjoining outdoor terrace affords breathtaking views of the City and Independence Mall.

Third Floor Freedom Experience Our 3rd floor Freedom Experience is a wonderful space for a cocktail reception or an intimate dinner. The floor to ceiling windows also provide a view of the mall from an enclosed terrace.

Dell Theater The Dell Theater is the perfect setting for all of your conferences, lectures, and presentations.

Concourse Right outside the Dell Theater, our Concourse is a perfect location for a post event reception.

The "Only in America" Gallery The “Only in America” Gallery is a stunning space for cocktail receptions. Give your guests a real taste of the Museum surrounded by artifacts and films.

The Classrooms The Classrooms provide flexible space that can accommodate anything from a small business meeting to a mid-sized lecture to a kid’s birthday party. It is also very well-suited for break-out space during conferences.



  • Pre-Approved Catering
    Though we do not offer in house catering, we've done the research for you. Click on the PDF link provided to check out our list of approved caterers in the area. We've designated the caterers as either Kosher or Non-Kosher to ensure you get the meal you need!
    >>> menu (PDF)


Customer Service Personal attention from your initial visit until the last guest goes home

Flexibility The ability to bring your own alcoholic beverages

Stress-Free Transportation Convenient, discounted parking at the Bourse Parking Garage

Event Necessities Use of our dance floor and stage, as well as tables and chiavari chairs

Pre-Approved Catering Extensive list of approved non-Kosher and Kosher caterers. More can be found on our catering page

Area Attractions

Elfreth's Alley America's oldest residential neighborhood

Independence Seaport Museum The region's primary repository of art, artifacts and archival materials documenting the diverse maritime history of the Greater Delaware Valley, and the history of the Port of Philadelphia and the other major urban ports of the Delaware River.

The African American Museum in Philadelphia The African American Museum in Philadelphia is the first institution built by a major United States city to house and interpret the life and work of African Americans.

The Liberty Ball The Liberty Bell bears a timeless message: "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land Unto All the Inhabitants thereof." Go beyond the iconic crack to learn how this State House bell was transformed into an extraordinary symbol.

Independence Visitor Center Located in Independence National Historical Park, the Independence Visitor Center is the official visitor center of Philadelphia and the region, including Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery Counties.

The Declaration House No visit to Independence Hall is complete without taking a trip to the Graff House where in June of 1776, Thomas Jefferson rented two rooms here to draft the Declaration of Independence

Betsy Ross House he Betsy Ross House, the birthplace of the American flag, is alive with the sights and sounds of the 18th century. Tour the house and then stay a while longer to learn more about Betsy and her exciting life and times through our interactive, historical programming.

Talk to a Venue Specialist: 1-877-244-6110