• Rose Museum

    Funded by the Susan and Elihu Rose Foundation and opened in 1991, the Rose Museum chronicles Carnegie Hall’s history. It exhibits its archival treasures to the public−including concert programs, photographs, autographed posters, musical manuscripts, and video−to tell the history of the building and the events that made it famous.

     

  • Location

    154 West 57th Street,
    Second Floor

    Concert Season Hours

    Seven Days a Week, 11 AM–4:30 PM
    (Also available evenings to Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage concert patrons)

    Summer Hours

    Closed July 1–October 1

  • Funded by the Susan and Elihu Rose Foundation
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  • Other Spaces
    Rohatyn Room
    This sophisticated banquet space plays host to corporate and entertainment events.
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    Jacobs Room
    This cozy space with a dazzling city view is perfect for cocktail receptions.
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    Citi Cafe
    Enjoy a pre-concert glass of wine or bite to eat in an elegant setting.
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    Shorin Club Room
    This charming room offers a more intimate banquet experience for smaller groups.
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  • Hall Rentals
    Hall Rentals
    Carnegie Hall is the ideal host for concert events and business meetings alike.
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    Private Events
    Your Event at Carnegie Hall
    Matching the artistry and grandeur of the world’s most iconic music hall, the event spaces at Carnegie Hall lend elegance and style to your special events.
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  • Virtual tour photography by Janie Fitzgerald, Axis Images.