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The Science History Museum boasts a variety of function spaces for accommodating a range of meetings and events in Philadelphia, PA


Pulitzer Prize-winning author and philanthropist. Located in scenic Bucks County, the museum is situated in a restored his- toric site that had its start as the Bucks County prison in 1884. Now transformed into a center of culture and beauty, it offers an elegant setting in which to host guests.


With an assortment of exhibitions to make it a unique celebra- tory environment, the museum accommodates galas, corporate luncheons and more. Attendees will be awed by the sculpture garden and will enjoy the opportunity to walk through the gal- leries either at their leisure or as part of a formal tour.


Such tours are led by trained guides, and guests are introduced to the highlights of the permanent collection and current spe- cial exhibits. The museum hosts many changing exhibits, pro- viding visitors fresh and exciting artwork each time.


Customized tours to meet the group’s interests focus on: the 19th century Pennsylvania Impressionist landscape painters; Doylestown native, author and museum champion James A. Michener; internationally known furniture designer George Nakashima; contemporary art by leading regional artists; exam- ples of regional Studio Craft by woodworkers, ceramicists, and more.


The James A. Michener Art Museum’s exclusive caterer, Catering By Design, serves custom menus that are inspired by dishes and flavors from around the globe. The venue offers complete accessibility, plenty of free parking and on-site audio- visual equipment.


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