For an evening perfectly tailored to suit your tastes, host an event in one of the world’s greatest libraries, housed in one of New York’s most iconic classical buildings in the very heart of Midtown.
The New York Public Library offers seven private event spaces, most radiating spectacular Old World grandeur. The Celeste Bartos Forum, a vast hall with a 30-foot-high glass-saucer-dome ceiling, is perhaps the most striking. The Trustees Room, in contrast, is a romantic charmer, featuring walnut-paneled walls, a marble fireplace and 17th century Flemish tapestries. The library also offers tours of the building and artifacts normally hidden away from the public.