Carnegie Hall in New York, New York, NY
The idea of Carnegie Hall was born in the spring of 1887 during the honeymoon of Andrew Carnegie and Louise Whitfield. While on their transatlantic steamship voyage to Scotland, a friendship developed with Walter Damrosch—a leading conductor and musical director of the age—who dreamt of a new concert hall in New York City. The Hall opened four years later in 1891 and has been home to more than a century of meaningful moments in its vibrant history. And now, your lifelong duet can premiere at Carnegie Hall. Just two blocks south of Central Park, the historic landmark is conveniently situated in the theater district of Manhattan and is the ideal setting for a magical wedding. The Weill Terrace Room, May Room, and Weill Music Room are private, thoughtfully designed, bright, flexible spaces adjacent to an expansive, landscaped rooftop terrace with a view of Central Park and the surrounding skyline. Historical touches and modern finishes combine for a harmonious mix of old and new. Constellation Culinary Group offers an innovative approach to delivering inventive cuisine, imaginative presentation, and unparalleled service. Every wedding menu is customized to ensure a memorable experience that fulfills each couple’s vision. Seasonal pricing and package rates are available. A maximum guest count of 200 can be accommodated.