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locationreport The Grand Hall at the Independence Visitor Center can host a large cocktail party or tasting event for


up to 1,000 attendees or a seated dinner for up to 500. According to James J. Cuorato, President/CEO, Independence Visitor Center Corporation, "In 2018, we will unveil a new terrace doubling


The Liberty View's outdoor capacity and boasting panoramic views of Independence Mall. The new terrace


will face east and provide guests with unobstructed scenic views of Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell Center, and National Constitution Center. The Liberty View is conveniently located a few blocks from the Pennsylvania Convention Center and the city's most popular hotels and attractions, and ample on-site parking is available. We look forward to taking the space to new heights and accommodating larger groups overlooking our country's birthplace."


the museum tour and theater show gives a great real feel of the country’s past. Brûlée Catering, the center's exclusive culinary provider, provides full-service catering.


Designed in the 1890s, The Penn Museum is housed within an historic building located on the University of Pennsylvania’s campus, and is one of Philadelphia’s premier unique venues. The museum is a 300,000-square foot gem with exterior details that include glass mosaics by the Tiffany Glass Company, sculptures by Alexander Stirling Calder, and marble medallions by John Ross of New York City. It houses one-of-a-kind artifacts acquired from over 300 archaeological and anthropological expeditions from around the world.


Perelman Quadrangle is a collection of event facilities located on the University of Pennsylvania's campus. The “Perelman Quad” boasts cutting-edge lecture and presentation facilities, meeting rooms, and classrooms within its historic build- ings.


The Franklin Institute makes for an inspir- ing backdrop. The Elaine Levitt and Joel Gershman Education and Conference Center handles the daytime conferences at the Institute and changing exhibits, and the entire museum can be utilized for cor- porate evening events.


The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, which presents the annual Philadelphia


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