by Kaitlyn Sharo
Make your wedding day a work of art at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
Did you or someone you know get engaged over the holidays? Are you looking for the perfect venue? Look no further! Located in scenic Eden Park, the Cincinnati Art Museum is a premier venue for receptions in the Greater Cincinnati area.
The classic elegance of the art museum is a memorable location for wedding ceremonies, receptions and rehearsal dinners. Our sophisticated staff will execute service with precision and our Executive Chef can help you create a perfect culinary experience. Please contact our professional event staff at (513) 639-2347 or (513) 639-2955 or email [email protected] for more information.
Rental information: Rental fees include security staff, tables and chairs. Catering is exclusively handled by the art museum and will be in addition to the rental fee.
Alice Bimel Courtyard
Packages start at $75/person. Please contact our Special Events team for details. All packages include:
Complimentary signature items:
“We were blown away by the professionalism of the staff and the beauty of the venue! The staging was perfect! The food absolutely sensational! The staff friendly, helpful and efficient! We couldn’t have asked for more! We received numerous e-mails and texts letting us know how perfectly planned the event was.” –Pam M.
“The art museum is a beautiful backdrop for any event. Working with the staff there made it that much better. In-house catering food was so delicious. Everything was picture-perfect!!!!” –Caitlin M.
“The food was wonderful, and the bartenders moved quickly, so there was never a line. I was really proud of the party we had planned, and it was great to impress our guests. We received tons of compliments from our guests, and 8 months later, we’re still talking about how much fun we had and how wonderful the wedding/reception were. The art museum was definitely the right venue for us!” –Elizabeth B.
The Cincinnati Art Museum is supported by the generosity of tens of thousands of contributors to the ArtsWave Community Campaign, the region's primary source for arts funding.
General operating support provided by: