Pioneer Museum

Arizona History Museum Evening Social Event Spaces

Evening Social Events

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Auditorium

The recently renovated auditorium is a modern and elegant space for dinners or cocktail receptions with a world of history just steps away. The venue can host up to 170 guests for a seated dinner with a dance area, or 300 for a standing reception.

 

Treasures Gallery

Treasures Gallery

One of the most exceptional spaces in Tucson, guests are surrounded on three sides by priceless artifacts from Arizona history, including Wyatt Earp’s six-shooter, Geronimo’s rifle and a Spanish Colonial silver collection. The venue can hold 120 guests for a seated dinner or 175 for a cocktail reception, with access from the courtyard and lobby.

 

Lobby

Lobby

Inside the impressive reconstructed façade of the historic San Agustín Church lies the 1,400 sq. ft. lobby of the museum. With its original Joshler interior, the lobby is expansive enough for receptions of 150, or a seated affair of 100

 

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Pioneer Courtyard

The courtyard is an open-air venue featuring a small stream, authentic front porches from Tucson homes of the 1800s, and abundant Territorial Era flowers. The courtyard is another great space for serving cocktails or may serve as a receiving area for the Treasures Gallery.

 

Social Event Packages

An Evening in the Auditorium

$950 – Presentation, theater-style
(Add lobby or Treasures Gallery as reception venue for $700)

 $1,400 – Reception/seated dinner

A Night at the Museum:
Treasures Gallery and Pioneer Courtyard

$1,550 – Reception/seated dinner
(Add museum lobby for $325)

All evening packages include:

  • 72” round tables, 8’ rectangular tables, and ballroom chairs
  • Staff set-up and take-down of museum equipment
  • Museum security

Special touches:

  • Accent lighting (6 black can uplights with colored gels) for $100
  • Private viewing of museum exhibits for $250

Information and prices subject to change without notice.

Download Meeting and Events Packet