WE WOULD LOVE TO HOST YOUR NEXT EVENT :
Have you considered hosting your next event at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum? We offer our Centennial Hall space for rent from November - April. Suitable for a variety of occasions, we have hosted birthday parties, fundraising events, receptions, and weddings just to name a few. Centennial Hall offers a versatile layout and boasts a lovely view of downtown Grand Haven. We invite you to come see the space for yourself. We think you’ll agree, it’s an excellent place to hold your next event!
Centennial Hall Rental Rates (4 hours):
Non-Profit or Museum Member base rate is $250.00 (4 hours).
For profit base rate is $400.00 (4 hours).
Additional Hours add $25.00 (per hour).
After Hours Use
The Tri-Cities Historical Museum is housed in a historic building with artifacts. Supervision is provided by the Museum. Use of the museum after hours will require two members of staff to help ensure the protection of Museum property. An after hours staffing fee of $25.00 per hour is required for use outside of regular business hours.
An elevator is available for access to all floors. The front doors to the Tri-Cities Historical Museum are handicapped-accessible.
Available for Rent
Tables: We have 6ft rectangular tables and round high-top tables for rent
Table (with or without linens): $20.00 per table
Skirting (when available) is an additional $10.00 per table
Chairs (Black Metal Folding): $0.50 per chair
Stage: $500 base fee. Add $100 for each additional piece
Microphone/sound system: $75.00
Alcoholic beverages must be dispensed by an insured and licensed beverage service. A recommendation can be provided upon request. All beverage service must end one half-hour before the conclusion of the scheduled event. All alcoholic beverages must be consumed inside the building. Events serving alcohol require a cleaning fee of $100.00.
Please be aware that the Tri-Cities Historical Museum does not have the seating for events of more than 100 people. Centennial Hall is not recommended for events over 200 people.
Catering and Food Service
Our kitchen is a warming kitchen only. There are no facilities to cook. The use of food service equipment that may be harmful to the artifacts is strictly prohibited. Such equipment includes: equipment utilizing flammable gas under pressure; electrical and mechanical food preparation equipment, except as confined to the Museum’s kitchen. Utilization of a caterer requires that the caterer call and visit the Museum prior to the event to discuss restrictions, set-up requirements, and event plans. The renter (or their caterer) is responsible for all set-up and clean-up of Centennial Hall. Fee for kitchen use is $50.00.
Due to the nature of our historical building and the artifact housed within it, we must impose some restrictions on decoration for the event. Live plants and flowers must be removed at the end of the event. No flames or candles of any type or design are allowed, but LED flameless candles are permitted. No taping or tacking on walls, ceilings, or surfaces in any of the rooms. Confetti and glitter are not allowed on the tables. We encourage you to discuss your vision for the event so we can offer suggestions for museum friendly decorating ideas.
A $150.00 deposit (refundable/applied to balance due) is required to hold your date and must accompany the signed rental agreement. Failure to clean the kitchen or remove trash will result in loss of your security deposit.
*Please note: The Museum Director shall have prior right to schedule facilities for Museum use first and is authorized to approve or to deny use of Museum facilities within the approved building use policy and their discretion. Approval may be granted by Director and Exhibit Curator and Facilities Manager, only after a review of the event intent, date available, hours and staff availability, space and equipment needs, security and safety precautions, and liability. Additional event participants must follow any federal, state, and local laws pertaining to COVID-19 that are in place when the event is held.
For additional information on services or questions please contact Operations & Events Manager, Jayme Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org.