Hispanic Society of America

Broadway between 155th and 156th Sts., New York, NY 10032 Get Directions

Overview

This overlooked upper Manhattan institution, founded in 1904, is devoted to the art and culture of Spain, Portugal, Latin America, and the Philippines. Its main event space—the Sorolla Room—features walls graced by artist Joaquin Sorolla’s post-Impressionist murals. A beautiful terrace is also available.

Capacities

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Hispanic Society of America: 65 -
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