The Great Hall
Modeled after the main hall of Skibo Castle on Andrew Carnegie’s  Scottish estate, Cooper Hewitt’s Great Hall serves as the main entry to the museum and is resplendent with extraordinary architectural details, including a grand staircase, rich wood paneling, and Tiffany lamps. Maximum capacity: 70 seated dinner; 250 standing reception Dance floor and bands are...
gathering of people in a lush green walled garden.
The Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden
With views of Central Park and the magnificent Carnegie Mansion, our newly restored  garden offers a range of color and texture for seasonal interest, sophisticated lighting design, and an inviting green lawn for outdoor entertaining. The space can be tented and offers tremendous flexibility. Maximum capacity: 500 seated dinner; 1,000 standing reception. Dance floor and bands...
an empty room with chairs on a stage and chairs arranged in rows for the audience.
The Lecture Room
Located on the ground floor of the Carnegie Mansion, Cooper Hewitt’s Lecture Room offers a contemporary space that is ideally suited for lectures, film screenings, press events, meetings, and seminars. Capacity: 100 theatre seating; 70 dinner seating; 125 standing reception
A classy looking white room with round tables, fancy place settings and high-backed white chairs around the tables. Big sunny windows, too.
The Trustees Room
Located in the Miller/Fox Townhouses adjacent to the Carnegie Mansion, the Trustees Room overlooks the Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden and provides an elegant, intimate setting for a private dinner, executive meeting, or lecture. Capacity: 40 seated dinner; 60 standing reception