Located in Davenport, Iowa, Figge Art Museum is a wedding venue and cultural center. The museum's aim is to enrich the local community by providing access to art, education, and preservation. This facility is situated between Des Moines and Chicago and is nestled along the banks of the Mississippi River. With a convenient and stunning location, this venue provides a memorable backdrop to wedding celebrations.
Facilities and Capacity
Figge Art Museum was originally the Davenport Municipal Art Gallery that was established in 1925. It features a glass building that was designed by architect David Chipperfield. Over the years, the building expanded its collections and offerings to the community. Inside, there are a number of settings that can suit weddings and other events. They include the Grand Lobby, which has an open floor plan and a contemporary look. It is suitable for events with up to 200 seated guests. The dining room and bar may also be used for special occasions and can accommodate up to 70 seated attendees. Other event spaces include the John Deere Auditorium at the Figge, the Mary Waterman Gildehaus Community Gallery, and the Nobis Boardroom Suite.
Cuisine for events at the Figge Art Museum is provided through their exclusive caterer. Couples can also request to have docent-led tours during their event, allowing guests to enjoy the exhibitions and collections. Creativity workshops can be arranged as well, helping to make the event extra memorable. In addition, the Museum Shop can provide gift and favor solutions.
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