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The State Museum of Pennsylvania

  • 300 North St. Harrisburg, PA 17120
  • (717) 787-4980

You will find Pennsylvania's heritage from the Earth's beginnings to the present. Archaeological artifacts, decorative arts, fine art galleries and industrial and technological innovations are on exhibit. The Civil War exhibit includes Peter F Rothermel's 1870 "The Battle of Gettysburg: Pickett's Charge" painting. Curiosity Connection is a hands-on learning environment for children ages 6 and younger. Additional features are a Planetarium, Mammal Hall and a restored Marshall's Creek Mastodon Skeleton.

General
Location
  • Harrisburg:
  • Dauphin County:
  • Downtown Harrisburg:
Leisure
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The State Museum of Pennsylvania Meeting Facility
  • Theatre Capacity: 418
  • Banquet Capacity: 200
  • Exhibit Space
  • Reception Capacity: 400
  • Description: Whether you are planning a corporate conference for employees, a drama production for school children or an elegant dinner party for distinguished guests, The State Museum of Pennsylvania offers unique settings and services that will make your event very special. The State Museum is the perfect venue for holiday parties, family reunions, business meetings, wedding ceremonies and receptions and so much more. Our Auditorium is fully equipped for presentations with wireless internet access, high-definition projector, a large stage screen, theatrical stage lighting and a dynamic sound system. Three floors of museum exhibits can also enhance any occasion. Memorial Hall offers an inviting atmosphere for any occasion, whether it is a company cocktail party or an elegant wedding reception. For luncheons, small meetings, intimate receptions or rehearsal dinners, we recommend stepping back in time to the charm and historic setting of Village Square.