Conveniently located in downtown San Francisco, This dynamic facility designed by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind offers beautiful spaces for all types of meetings and events. A few of those spaces have now been made even more affordable! Available Daily 8:00 a.m. to 5:00p.m. 8:00a.m. – 8:00p.m. Thursday Only Meetings outside these hours are possible at a custom rate. SPACE FEATURES 1244 square feet 60 Seated 80 for a standing reception Furniture included in your rental: (50) black wood and chrome metal chairs (50) blue upholstered chairs (6) blue upholstered pod chairs for speakers (4) white upholstered pod chairs for speakers (20) 5’ x2.5’ education tables Also included in your rental: Wi-Fi Security Coat check Complimentary access to galleries for registered event attendees Use of available in-house A/V Use of in-house furniture (floorplan must be pre-approved by host) CONVENIENCE 2 minute walk to BART, walking distance to variety of restaurants, retail shopping and Yerba Buena Gardens.
NEED TO KNOW We not require strict adherence to Jewish dietary laws; however, there can be no pork or shellfish served in the Museum at any time. Use of our in-house cafe or preferred caterer required. We are happy to provide you with our list. Guests must adhere to posted Museum signage while in the Museum. Pets are not allowed inside the Museum with the exception of service animals. You must take all items with you at the end of your event. No public events. THE FINE PRINT Use of Event Spaces • Without limiting any other provision of this Agreement, the Renter shall use the Event Spaces only for the Event, and for no other purpose whatsoever. • The Renter shall create no nuisance in, upon or about the Event Spaces or the balance of the Premises. The Renter, at its sole cost and expense, shall procure any permits and licenses required for the Event and shall, at its sole cost and expense, promptly observe and comply with all laws, ordinances, requirements, orders, directives, rules and regulations of all state, federal, municipal and other agencies or bodies having jurisdiction relating to the conduct of the Event. Without limiting the foregoing, the Renter will not make or permit to be made any use of the Event Spaces and will not bring onto the Event Spaces or the balance of the Premises any item that (i) is forbidden by law; (ii) is dangerous to life, limb or property; (iii) increases the risk to the Museum or invalidates or increases the premium cost of any policy of insurance carried on the Premises, or covering its operation; or (iv) in any way impairs or tends to impair the character, reputation or appearance of the Premises or impairs or interferes with any of the other user of the Premises. By way of illustration, but not of limitation, the Renter covenants and warrants to the Museum that the Renter shall not conduct, permit to be conducted, or condone any form of unlawful gambling, gaming, wagering, betting or similar activities at any time on the Premises. • The Renter shall maintain and shall, at the conclusion of the Event, return the Event Spaces and adjacent areas in the same condition as it was delivered to the Renter by the Museum. Damage to Museum Property • The Museum is an important public cultural institution and an important architectural landmark. Accordingly, if the Renter or the Renter’s officers, agents, employees, guests, vendors, caterer or other subcontractors damage Museum facilities or any personal property on the Premises (other than the property of the Renter or the Renter’s officers, agents, employees, guests, vendors, caterer or other subcontractors), the costs of any and all repairs or replacements (collectively, “Repair Costs”) determined to be appropriate by the Museum, in its sole discretion, will be billed to the Renter and shall be paid by the Renter within ten calendar days of receipt of such invoice.