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Submitted by mandy on Wed, 05/28/2014 - 08:51Tweet
What makes a Unique Venue, well, unique? We are consantly looking for venues that give planners an outside of the box location for their guests. A unique venue features spectacular views of their city, art exhibits built into the decor, or indoor and outdoor locations under one location. Explore our newest members that include these exact qualities.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) is two venues in one: the Historic Landmark Building and the Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building. These venues offer the perfect backdrop to dine and dance in the galleries, surrounded by a collection of American art.
With sophisticated architectural accents, built-in sound and specialty lighting, the Museum is a stunning and elegant space for all types of private functions. During your event, the Museum’s gallery floors can be opened to offer private tour of the exhibits.
This venue has it all! 15,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space to entertain your guests in Philadelphia. The Barnes Foundation’s Philadelphia campus is an elegant structure that features a stunning glass canopy, which filters natural light into the galleries by day, and softly illuminates the building at night.
The Gardens are a showplace of nature in every season and offers a variety of unique spaces as a backdrop for your special event. They offer meeting space for your special event both indoors and outdoors. Dining on-site is from the innovative Stephen STARR Events. They specialize in weddings, corporate events, and are frequently used for photo shoots.
Make sure you check out these new Unique Venues and tell them we sent you!