When you choose the Museum for your next business function or lifecycle celebration, you will be supporting a not-for-profit institution dedicated to education and the preservation of history.

First Floor

(Main Lobby )
An entrance that will impress visitors.

The Grand Foyer and entrance hallway provide an unforgettable first glance into the Museum’s interior. Capacity for this space is up to 300 guests.


A beautiful, fully-equipped theater.

Edmond J. Safra Hall is the ideal venue for performances, conferences, film screenings, and ceremonial events. It is equipped with archive quality 35mm, 16mm, single chip DLP film projection, a three camera live production video for archive or web streaming, and customizable lighting
design as well as a large stage and dressing rooms. The Fazioli 11’6” concert grand piano is one of NYC’s finest instruments. The theater can comfortably seat up to 375 guests.


Comfortable lecture spaces with many possibilities.

These rooms are perfect for such diverse functions as breakout sessions, board meetings, or small receptions. They are equipped with video, DVD, and LCD projection

Second Floor

City locale. Garden and water view setting.

Great for cocktails, the lobby overlooks Andy Goldsworthy’s Garden of Stones, which provides a peaceful and contemplative setting for visitors. This area can accommodate up to 800 guests when used in conjunction with the Café and main Events Hall.


Elegant dining in an intimate setting.

The Heritage Café highlights views of the Statue of Liberty and Andy Goldworthy’s Garden of Stones. The space is wonderful for small receptions and intimate dinners.


The superlative venue for your next event.

Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of the Harbor and landmarks, this extraordinary space is in demand as one of New York City’s premier event venues. The Events Hall suits both corporate and private events, and can be used for seated functions, receptions,
conferences, lectures, lifecycle celebrations, and more. The Hall is equipped with LCD projection and can accommodate up to 450 guests.


Third Floor

Unique architecture provides a magnificent backdrop.

This space is superb for gatherings where premier waterfront views and ethereal architecture can add to the glamour of your event. Featuring two art installations, Andy Goldsworthy’s Garden of Stones and James Carpenter’s Reflection Passage, this flexible space can be used for indoor/outdoor affairs. This space can accommodate up to 150 guests for a seated reception or up to 250 guests for a less formal event.


Fourth Floor

Meeting space designed to inspire.

This stunning conference room offers a breathtaking 270 degree view of New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island. The backdrop encourages creative thinking and provides inspiration for board meetings, brainstorming sessions, and retreats. The room seats 30 guests and is equipped with a screen and LCD projector.


Additional Amenities
Free Wi-Fi is available.
Four nearby garages provide discounted parking to Museum visitors.

Hotels and Landmarks Nearby
The Museum is conveniently located at the southern tip of Manhattan.

Hotels in the vicinity include: Ritz-Carlton Battery Park, Conrad New York, Millennium Hilton, Marriott Financial Center, and Sheraton Tribeca.

Landmarks in the area include: Statue of Liberty, 9/11 Memorial, Wall Street, Skyscraper Museum, National Museum of the American Indian, Fraunces Tavern, South Street Seaport Museum, and South Street Seaport.

  Edmond J. Safra Plaza | 36 Battery Place
New York, NY 10280 | 646.437.4206 | spacerental@mjhnyc.org