Between the Plaza Hotel and New York Public Library, midtown Manhattan is filled with some iconic New York City wedding locations. Now, the recently engaged can add another midtown venue to their wish list: Carnegie Hall.
Following the completion of the Judith and Burton Resnick Education Wing late last year, the famed concert hall debuted new private event spaces that primarily function for music education purposes but can also be used to host a wedding. The new rooms were part of a massive project that cost $230 million to complete and left the building with a new roof terrace, 24 additional music rooms, expanded kitchens and more.
Rehearsal halls and spaces within the landmark were available for private rental in the past, but with the new space and a catering partnership with restauranteur Stephen Starr, Carnegie Hall is billing itself as a hot new wedding location.
The first wedding ever hosted in the new wing occurred in November 2014. Check out some photos of the space below: