The Humboldt Park Receptory and Horse Stable is the oldest surviving building in Humboldt Park and a historic landmark. It was built in 1895 to house horses, landscape equipment and wagons. For many years it was left in disrepair until 2000, when the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture strategically decided to adaptively reuse and restore this beautiful structure to create a home for the only Puerto Rican Museum in the United States.
Memories are Made Here: We hope you’ll experience the detail we put into creating the most memorable event. We do our best to make it hassle-free and connect you with vendors to help your vision become a reality.
We will guide you through a list of food and beverage vendors that are licensed by the City of Chicago.
We are proud to offer our beautiful space for various types of events:
For more information please complete the rental inquiry form below or contact the museum at [email protected] or (773) 486-8345.
The Courtyard is at the center of the building and ideal location for a variety of events such as a reception, corporate event or celebration from the months of May – October. A solid tent structure is already provided to ensure safety from the elements. Up to fifteen round tables comfortably fit under the tent structure with 8-10 people per table.
The Main Gallery is a great space to host events year round. This room lends itself to a wedding, celebration, corporate event or meeting space. The artwork and historic details of this building make it an aesthetically beautiful environment for your event. Up to 10 round tables with 8-10 comfortably fit. This room also includes access to the kitchenette, separate bathrooms, and a prep area.
The Main Lawn serves as an ideal location for a wedding ceremony or celebration from May – October. The backdrop is the picturesque building, trees and nature. Tents can be ordered to adorn the lawn and protect guests from the elements. The main lawn can be combined with the Courtyard and or Main Gallery to make your event spectacular.