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MUSEUM OF SCIENCE BOSTON

MUSEUM OF SCIENCE BOSTON

Wolfgang Puck Catering

The secret recipe for legendary events: the Wolfgang Puck Catering team delivers creative seasonal cuisine and gracious, personalized hospitality in challenging event settings, iconic venues, and off-site locations.

The Museum lends itself to a wide range of events: business meetings, private or corporate receptions, cocktail parties, banquets, weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, christenings, showers, bridal luncheons, rehearsal dinners, and more. A true departure from the typical social or corporate setting, the Museum offers a moveable feast of engaging experiences, with permanent attractions accented by an ever-changing cavalcade of traveling exhibits, films, and shows. Treat your guests to diverting surroundings and entertainment options with a fresh twist.

WASHBURN PAVILLION

Washburn Pavillion
Just steps from the water, the Washburn Pavilion offers refreshing breezes, cooling shade trees, and wonderful views toward the Longfellow Bridge. Guests can sip cocktails alfresco, dine under a protective tent, or stand at the water’s edge and wave to a passing Duck Tour Boat. For a perfect outdoor touch, menu options include lobster dinners, clambakes, barbeques, and other summertime selections.

Capacities

  • Seated under the tent maximum w/out dancing: 220
  • Seated under the tent maximum with dancing: 180
  • Roaming reception with limited seating: 450

THE BLUE WING

The Blue Wing
The Blue Wing encloses three levels of galleries wrapped around a towering central atrium. A 45-foot-long T-Rex lurks in one corner; optical illusions adorn a wall; an Apollo module floats overhead. A revolving array of exhibit components creates an unusual and dynamic atmosphere for your guests, while soaring ceilings and expansive spaces provide a touch of grandeur.

Capacities

  • Seated: 350
  • Reception: 900

D’ARBELOFF CONFERENCE SUITE

d’Arbeloff Conference Suite
This large open space is located in a secluded area on the third floor of the Red Wing and offers a sense of privacy as well as a top-secret entrance leading directly into the Mugar Omni Theater. Natural light streams through the walls of windows on both sides of the suite, which offer incredible views of the Bunker Hill Monument, Zakim Bridge, Esplanade and city of Boston. A private balcony and patio, ideal for breaks or evening cocktails, adds an outdoor element that allows for fresh air and spectacular stargazing.

Capacities

  • Seated: 140
  • Roaming reception with limited seating: 160

RIVERVIEW CAFE

Riverview Cafe
Featuring clean, geometric lines and a long bank of windows facing the river, the centrally located Riverview Café is generously sized to accommodate everything from large seated dinners to expansive receptions. Evening events in this setting are dramatic: inside, blue neon softly illuminates the ceiling as guests mingle below; outside, dark lacings of tree boughs frame views of city lights dancing on the Charles.

Capacities

  • Seated: 220
  • Roaming reception with limited seating: 300

THE SKYLINE ROOM

The Skyline Room
Perched on the Museum’s topmost floor just beneath the 230-foot spire, the Skyline Room offers panoramic views of the Charles River, Back Bay, Boston, and Cambridge through two walls of floor-to-ceiling windows. By day, natural light floods the space while birds wing by at eye level. By night, the sparkling mosaic of city lights provides a dramatic backdrop for any evening event. Sunsets are spectacular!

Capacities

  • Seated w/out dancing: 120
  • Seated with dancing: 100
  • Roaming reception with limited seating: 150

sonja.adams@wolfgangpuck.com / 617.589.3192

1 Science Park
Boston, MA 02114

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