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Museum Rentals

The Andy Warhol Museum offers an intriguing and distinctive space for social and corporate functions. Mingle with the celebrities on view at your next event.

The special events staff is here to help you create a remarkable, memorable event. Whether you are planning an informal dinner for 20, a black-tie awards ceremony for 100, or a cocktail reception for 200, we offer an all-inclusive planning experience. Rentals include event furniture, audio visual, and staffing, and we work with one exclusive catering company to create the perfect menu.

The museum’s entrance space is available for a 120-person seated event or a 200-person cocktail reception. The Warhol theater is available to host business meetings, lectures, wedding ceremonies, or symposia. Options to add gallery floors, guided tours, and studio activities to your event are available.

As I always say, one’s company, two’s a crowd, three’s a party.

Andy Warhol, Andy Warhol In His Own Words

Event Logistics

Each rental includes cocktail and dinner tables and chairs, lounge furniture, basic audio visual, security, custodial services, and special event supervision.

Event set up may begin one hour prior to the museum closing (typically 5 p.m.), which means set up may begin at 4 p.m.

The Warhol works with an exclusive caterer and offers a dedicated catering manager to plan all food and beverage services.

Choose your favorite photographer to capture your event. There is unrestricted photography on the first floor.

Food and beverage is permitted on the first floor.

Lobby LCD screens may be customized with logos, messages, or photographs.

Museum tours, studio activities (including silkscreen printing), and photobooth customization may be added to your rental for an additional fee.

All items (decor, gifts, cards, flowers, food, etc.) must be removed at the completion of the event. No items are permitted to be left at the museum.

Decor Restrictions

As the museum’s primary function is to house and preserve art, we have some required decor restrictions:

  • Nothing may be nailed, tacked, taped, hung, stapled, nor affixed in any way to the inside or outside of the museum. Display easels and stands may be used on the first floor.
  • No bubbles, rice, confetti, nor birdseed may be thrown inside or outside of the museum.
  • No fireworks nor open flames may be used inside or outside of the museum (candles must be battery operated).
  • No balloons, glitter, nor fog machines may be used inside of the museum.
  • No plants nor flowers with soil may be used inside of the museum.
  • All decor must be approved by special events staff.