Rentals

Federal Hall is a memorable and unique setting for your next cocktail party, seated dinner, business meeting, panel discussion, wedding or bar mitzvah. Located on Wall Street, the Greek Revival style national memorial marks the site where George Washington was inaugurated and where the first U.S. Congress invented our democracy. Convenient to all forms of public transportation, as you and your guests enjoy your surroundings, you will be helping to sustain one of America’s important historic sites.

Rental Areas

GRAND ROTUNDA

Capacity: 210 seated; 400+ standing.

GRAND ROTUNDA

GRAND ROTUNDA

GRAND ROTUNDA

GRAND ROTUNDA

GRAND ROTUNDA

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GRAND ROTUNDA

With its saucer dome and Corinthian columns, the Grand Rotunda is a majestic and versatile space that imparts grandeur and distinction to any event.

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NASSAU GALLERY

Capacity: 80+ seated; 200 standing.

NASSAU GALLERY

NASSAU GALLERY

NASSAU GALLERY

This newly restored gallery with floor to ceiling windows and vaulted ceiling offers an airy setting for business meetings or more intimate gatherings.

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Inquiries


Contact Laura Herrera at 917-656-3748 or lherrera@federalhall.org, or fill in the form, for information, rates and availability.






Restoring, activating and sustaining Federal Hall—the birthplace of American democracy—is vital to our heritage.

Federal Hall is a place of firsts: First Capital, First President, First Congress and First Freedoms.

At almost no other time in our history has it been more important than now to understand the legacy of the founders who came together here at Federal Hall to establish the United States of America a new form of government, for and by the people.

New Day at Federal Hall will connect the sesignifican t events of the past with today through transformation of the visitor experience at Federal Hall National Memorial. The effort, a public - private partnership between the National Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy and the National Pak Service, addresses three main challenges: Education , Restoration and Financial Sustainability


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The Conservancy

The National Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy was founded in 2005 as the official nonprofit partner of the National Parks of New York Harbor — 24 parks and historic sites in the New York City Metropolitan Area. New Day at Federal Hall is a primary initiative of the Conservancy in partnership with the National Park Service, our mission is to restore and transform Federal Hall into a world - class heritage destination with civic, education and tourism programs.

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Tonio Burgos

Tonio Burgos is the Chairman of the Conservancy. He is the founder of Tonio Burgos & Associates Inc., a consulting firm which serves a wide range of clients in both the public and private sector across the tristate area. Tonio has served as a member of the Advisory Committee of Lower Manhattan Economic Development Corporation on Transportation issues; as a Commissioner of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and as a Director of the PATH Commuter Rail System


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Marie Salerno

Marie Salerno is the President and Co-Founder with the late Marian Heiskell of the Conservancy. For 40 years, she has produced multi-faceted campaigns for New York’s cultural,
literary and educational institutions, including The New York Public Library, Thirteen/WNET, New York Magazine and NYC 100: Greater New York Centennial Celebration.


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Renee Barnes

Renee Barnes has more than a decade of experience developing public programs for national parks. As Director of Programs and Operations for the Conservancy, she oversees implementation of its public programs as well as its planning and restoration projects.

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Lynn Goldner

Lynn Goldner is a film and television producer, who has developed projects for premium cable channels such as HBO and Sundance Channel. She is the Federal Hall producer working to secure the creative talent and partnerships for The Democracy Project and a Grand Rotunda experience.


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Laura Herrera and Brandi Marks

Laura Herrera and Brandi Marks are co – founders and managing partners of Full House Events, each with nearly two decades of experience in several industries, including travel and tourism, government, nonprofit fundraising and event production. Full House is developing partnerships and a facilities rentals program for Federal Hall.


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Bonnie Levinson

Bonnie Levinson ’s career working in the arts with cultural institutions spans three decades, most recently as deputy director for external affairs at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and as a trustee of several arts organizations including San Francisco Art Institute and EnGardeArts. As a consultant to Federal Hall, she is developing the visual arts and residency programs.

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David Taggart

David Taggart has a long career in media and marketing. He specializes in spon sorships, marketing, activations and project development. He is also an award-winning photographer and founder of the social media platform,
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