The highlight of the Atrium at Max of Eastman place is the vast wall of floor to ceiling windows. These windows overlook a courtyard area and the historic Eastman Theatre. In the evening, enjoy the magical view of twinkling lights in the courtyard park and the charm of the theatre marquee in the background. Can you imagine a better backdrop for your wedding photos? The courtyard space is perfect for your wedding ceremony or cocktail hour. Whether you are looking to accommodate a holiday reception for 30 or a wedding celebration for 150, this contemporary space is sure to leave a lasting impression on each of your guests.
The Rochester Museum and Science Center offers a one of a kind experience for your unforgettable event. With several different elegant, classic and science-inspired onsite facilities to choose from, the RMSC is able to accommodate groups of 15 – 400. Imagine exchanging vows under the stars of the Strasenburgh Planetarium or outside in one of the various gardens. Contact us to learn more about the various different spaces, each varying in size and style, from the classic architecture of the Cunningham Studio to the contemporary design of the various galleries. The Rochester Museum and Science Center is sure to provide an out-of-the-ordinary experience for your out of town guests as well as those local to the Rochester area.
Host an unforgettable event in one of Rochester’s most striking architectural landmarks. Provide your guests with a private viewing of the gallery before or during your event and sip cocktails around the fountain of the Vanden Brul Pavilion (or one of the other beautiful spaces). There are various rooms available ranging from small, intimate parlors to the vast M & T Ballroom. Wedding ceremony locations available in the striking Fountain Court, outside in the Sculpture Park or in any of the indoor spaces. We look forward to sharing this dramatic venue with you.
Max Rochester is proud to be the preferred caterer at the Clubhouse at the Reserve on the Erie Canal. The Clubhouse hosts seated events in the formal dining room up to 50 people or receptions spanning all spaces up to 200. Sip bourbon around the fireplace of the grand Harvard Room or have a reception around the pool and the decks of the patio. This modern and exclusive venue located within the private community is sure to wow all of your guests.
Host your event in one of Rochester’s most unique venues. Artisan Works offers multiple rooms with themes to fit almost any style and taste. Home to over 500,000 items, Artisan Works prides itself on being an “art incubator” that supports countless local and regional artists. Your guests will enjoy touring the various spaces and galleries. The sculptures and artwork create a dramatic background for any wedding, corporate event or gala. There is truly nothing like it anywhere else in Rochester, or anywhere!
Village Gate is an old factory complex with a rich history as a lithographic plant. Now fully modernized and converted, the second floor boasts a large airy atrium perfect for your memorable event. Located in the Neighborhood of the Arts, it is close to downtown attractions and lodging. This industrial space is perfect for weddings, fundraisers and corporate events of all sizes.
Located on the estate of philanthropist George Eastman, the George Eastman Museum is the world’s oldest photography museum and one of the largest film archives in the United States. The gorgeous estate is the perfect back drop for your special event and is in an ideal location near downtown hotels, restaurants and other attractions. The famous gardens that surround the estate with provide the perfect setting for your reception or wedding photos.
Located in historic Canandaigua, New York, this 50-acre estate is known for its period architecture, statuary, formal gardens, fountains and unique garden structures. Sonnenberg offers both indoor and outdoor facilities for weddings and events. Event spaces include the charming carriage house as well as outdoor space to accommodate a tent of any size. Guests are encouraged to explore the vast gardens which are closed to the public during evening event times.