Located in San Francisco, California, the Museum of the African Diaspora is an elegant setting and important cultural institution hosting weddings. The venue is a prime example of graceful contemporary architecture and offers couples an artful gallery space in which to celebrate. Situated in the heart Yerba Buena Gardens, it is centrally located with all of downtown’s most well-known attractions at its doorstep.
Facilities and Capacity
The Museum of the African Diaspora celebrates the rich heritage of the people of Africa and of African descendant cultures all across the globe. Located in the eye-catching St. Regis Museum Tower, the museum lies at the intersection of the city’s past and present. The venue’s floor-to-ceiling windows flood the Lobby space with natural light. Painted in white and defined by clean architectural lines, it is a bright and lively setting for a cocktail reception for up to 300 guests. The Salon is ideal for an intimate dinner party surrounded by a rotating collection of pieces by renowned artists. This gallery can host up to 90 friends and family for a sophisticated celebration. The spaces can be set up as couples wish, and rental of the venue includes some tables and chairs. They also feature cutting-edge audiovisual equipment. To celebrate in the MoAD is a distinct experience that will speak to cultural connoisseurs.
The management of the Museum of African Diaspora is proud to welcomes parties to the venue. The institution plays an important role in the community of San Francisco, and they have built strong relationships with some of the city’s best vendors. Couples can choose from their long and diverse list of local caters, or seek out their own. Whichever to-e-weds choose, the staff will be happy to work with them. Indeed, the management can also provide coordination services on the day of events including security and limited floor staff. The museum is located within walking distance of many hotels, and the staff is happy to provide information to guests arriving from out of town.
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