Cupola Ballroom & Mezzanine
This 8,100 square foot space features a grand foyer and a dramatic stairway leading up to a balcony overlooking the main dining space. The 60' high open ceiling reveals the hip shaped roofs, clerestory windows, and industrial charm of the Richardson-Romanesque style steel foundry. The flexible space can accommodate a variety of table configurations and staging to fit the desired outcome.
A private hospitality suite for bridal groups, event planners or performers is located on the mezzanine level and can be accessed via elevator or stairway. A full special event kitchen is strategically located and allows efficient workflow behind the scenes for your selected caterer. High Speed Internet access and audio visual accommodations are included. Additional event space in the adjacent "Sculpture Garden" or "Phoenix Column Truss Bridge" is available for outdoor ceremonies, receptions, or performances.
West Wing Ballroom
Ideal for those wanting a more intimate space that offers a separate private entrance and restrooms. The room features a high open ceiling revealing the steel truss work and over 3,000 square feet of flexible space below for your special event. Curtained windows allow light control and audio visual connections are provided.
The Heritage Center
Wine & Dine among the historic artifacts that depict the extraordinary industrial legacy of the Schuylkill River and the former Phoenix Iron and Steel Company. See and hear docents tell how the Phoenix Column Tower was believed to be the inspiration for the Eiffel Tower. This intimate space (1,500 square feet) sits adjacent to the restored Wooden Jib Crane, thought to be the last and largest remaining of its kind in its original position in the United States.