Built in 1939, Union Station is known for its elegant early-California architectural design, making it a unique venue for all occasions. For events, planners can choose between the indoor Ticket Concourse, historic Waiting Area, expansive outdoor South Patio, or quaint North Patio.
The station’s historic 161,000-square foot-terminal was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, and the station was restored in 1992.
“What a grand station! Looked like something out of a movie! Helpful staff who gave us directions to the lounge area to catch the train to Kansas. The Lounge was also so inviting and cozy!”
¬—Roxane McArdle, Facebook
Widely regarded as ‘the last of the great train stations,’ Union Station offers an event venue that will transport guests back in time.
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|Space||Max. Reception Capacity||Max. Seated Capacity||Sq. feet||Floor Plan|
|The Fred Harvey Room||350||200|