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Philadelphia Places & Spaces

Conference Services has hosted off-site evening or luncheon events as part of several multi-day programs held at Penn. This enables planners the ability to give conference attendees an opportunity to experience the magnificence of Philadelphia culture in an easily accessible fashion. Let us know how we can help you with these spectacular locations or any others.

Franklin Institute
222 N. 20th Street
This handsome, beloved Philadelphia institution offers a variety of impressive meeting spaces, including the Benjamin Franklin Memorial with a capacity of 700 for receptions and 450 seated for dinner.

Academy of Natural Sciences
1900 Ben Franklin Parkway
Add the excitement and beauty of the natural world to your event. Dine in the shadows of dinosaurs and sip cocktails in the North American Plains. Capacity from 25 to 1,400.

Philadelphia Museum of Art
Facilities are available at this stunning Philadelphia landmark for members of the museum's Corporate Partners Program and non-profit organizations. Combined, the Grand Stair Hall and East Balcony accommodate 1,001.

National Constitution Center
Located in the heart of Philadelphia's historic Independence Mall, the National Constitution Center offers the perfect setting for any occasion. Enjoy inspiring views of Independence Hall, state-of-the-art conference and meeting rooms, and premiere event space. Celebrate the freedom to assemble, and reserve your event today!

College of Physicians
Established in 1787, the College of Physicians is the oldest honorary medical society in the country still in existence. The society's elegant Georgian-style building was designed by the renowned architectural firm of Cope and Stewardson in 1909. The architects created an English adaption of the Beaux Arts style and it has proved to be a beautiful structure with integrity of form and function. This is a venue with charm, elegance, personality and style; perfect for a memorable occasion.


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The Franklin Institute

The Franklin Institute above; Philadelphia Museum of Art is shown in the center banner area, and the Academy of Natural Sciences is shown below.

Academy of Natural Sciences





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