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Asian Art Museum is a historic wedding venue located in San Francisco, California. Built in 1917, this stone beaux-arts structure used to function as the citys main library. This impressive building is four stories high, with beautiful columns, stairs and inscriptions. Italian architect, Gae Aulenti, turned the library into the stunning museum it is today. Asian Art Museum offers couples multiple indoor venues for their unique celebration.

Facilities and Capacity
Couples can accommodate up to 250 guests at this city venue. As soon as your guests enter the lobby, they will experience marble surfaces, carved stone arches and antique light fixtures. You can make your entrance on their Grand Staircase or exchange your vows there, while your guests look on from the Loggia above. The Loggia is an airy space that has a decorative barrel vaulted ceiling. Asian ceramics in glass cases are nearby for guests to enjoy while sipping cocktails. For your reception, you can move into their adjacent Samsung Hall. It features glass-filled arches crisscrossed with intricate metalwork, impressive columns and a huge bronze chandelier. If you prefer a contemporary setting, the Asian Art Museum also features two courts on the main floor. The spacious North and South Courts feature a minimalist design, and can accommodate a variety of events.

Services Offered
This unique venue has been a part of the wedding industry for over 10 years. Couples can utilize their diverse spaces for a day that flows seamlessly from start to finish. Before your celebration begins, you can get ready in the Peterson Room on the first floor. It features oriental rugs and Asian-inspired decor. While you can bring in your own vendors, they have a list of nine caterers that you may choose from. Additional services include:
Wireless Internet
Additional event time
Museum event liaison
Coat check room

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