The National Hellenic Museum
has a 3,600-square-foot rooftop terrace with three gardens, panoramic views of the city skyline, and a reception capacity of 250. It can host seated dinners for 170, and hosts can bring in heaters during the wintertime. Inside, the John P. Calamos Sr. Great Hall can hold standing receptions for 700 or seated dinners for 300 (or 250 with a dance floor). With lighting and technology suited for presentations, screenings, lectures, and receptions, the Dr. Mary Dochios Kamberos Special Events Hall can host seated events for 70 or standing receptions for 200. The conference room, which holds 12, and the larger education center, which can host standing events for 150, are also available for private events.
Photo: Courtesy of The National Hellenic Museum