Unique, inspiring, and sophisticated, the Delaware Art Museum offers the perfect setting to impress your guests. Whether you’re hosting a performance or large presentation, intimate meeting, lively cocktail party, or unforgettable wedding, the Museum has the ideal event space to fit your vision. Click on one of the options below to see images of each space and to learn more about room capacity and menu options. No matter what you select, our delicious caters and professional staff will make your event memorable.
To view pictures from past events, click here.
The Museum’s on-site caterer, Sodexo, offers a wide variety of food, beverages, and more. Click on the below links for more information and menus.
- Lunch Buffet
- Served Lunch
- Passed Hors d’Oeuvres
- Dinner Buffet
- Served Dinner
- Strolling Buffet
Guidelines for Events
The Delaware Art Museum is available year-round for corporate meetings Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and social events seven days a week from 6:00 p.m. to midnight.
All event-planning arrangements are handled on-site by our in-house event team, and all food and beverage services are handled exclusively by our catering partner, Sodexo, featuring their award-winning Executive Chef.
Fees determined according to the number of guests expected and gallery access desired. Corporate meeting (daytime) fees are based on an eight-hour event, and evening event fees are based on a four-hour event. Additional hours are available with advance notice at $5.00 per person per hour.
Galleries can be open for two hours during evening events. Tents are permitted and will be arranged by the on-site staff. The Museum is accessible to people with disabilities.
The Museum’s Manager of Events can suggest table linens, flower arrangements, music, and other elements to make your events exceptional.
For more information, please contact:
Sodexo General Manager
Direct line: 302.351.8530
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Image at top: Photograph by Coleman Sellers.