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Bohemian National Hall

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For more than a century, the Bohemian National Hall has been a cultural, educational, athletic and social center for Czech and Slovak immigrants. This grand building was commissioned by the Bohemian Benevolent and Literary Association (BBLA), designed in the Renaissance revival style by architect William C. Frohne and constructed between 1895 and 1897. In 1994, the building was designated a New York City landmark by the Landmarks Preservation Commission. In 2001, the BBLA transferred ownership of the Bohemian National Hall to the Czech Government for a symbolic one dollar. The Czech Government agreed to completely renovate and restore the interior of the building. The building was re-opened in October 2008 and functions as a lively multi-purpose center. The Bohemian National Hall, open to the public, provides five different venues where events can be held: Cinema, Multifunctional Room, Grand Ballroom, Ballroom Balcony with a connecting VIP Conference Room and Rooftop Terrace. “…step inside [Bohemian National Hall] for a postmodern surprise: a sleek white-on-white lobby emblazoned with catchphrases and quotes, multimedia screen projections, and a glassed-in art gallery.” 111 Places in New York That You Must Not Miss

Category and style

Concert/Entertainment Venue, Event Space

Parking

Truck / motorhome on site parking: Street

Available parking lot or parking structure nearby

Location details

Property size (sq ft):
6000 sq ft

Location Rules

No adult filming
No smoking
No pets

Amenities

Air Conditioning
Hair/Makeup area
Wifi

Features

High Ceiling
Auditorium/Lecture Hall
Ballroom
Basement
Conference Room/Boardroom
Dining Hall/Cafeteria
Front Desk
Kitchen
Library
Rooftop
Dark Wood Floor
Light Wood/Whitewash Floor
Stone Floor
White Walls

Restricted Areas

offices

Crew access

Elevator
Stairs
Wheelchair / Handicap Access
Location
Exact location provided after booking