The Ogden Museum is the perfect location for the bride looking for something old and something new in our two facilities. Built in 1889 by H.H. Richardson, the Patrick F. Taylor Library's open floor-plan features vaulted ceilings and beautifully exposed brick. With a capacity of up to 300 guests, this landmark is ideal for the host seeking a one-of-a-kind atmosphere. It can be fully decorated or left exposed, depending on your style. We've hosted everything in the Library, from a "Harry Potter" themed proposal to a party for the 2013 NBA All Stars.
Also available for your special day is Goldring Hall, showcasing changing exhibitions, the Museum’s permanent collection, and a terrace with a skyline view. The terrace is the perfect location to host a cocktail hour while the caterer flips the Library from ceremony to reception. Goldring Hall can host small gatherings as well as large receptions of up to 700 guests.
A beautiful location for a ceremony!