Weddings at SFMOMA

Sweeping views over the city’s skyline towers. The verdant green of a 4,400-square-foot Living Wall. Galleries filled with masterpieces of modern and contemporary art. There’s no place more romantic and meaningful than SFMOMA to have a truly unforgettable day.

Space Descriptions

Gina and Stuart Peterson White Box

Max capacity: 200 standing

With its high ceilings, natural light, and clean white walls, the White Box is a sleek and elegant stage for your wedding reception. It overlooks the living wall.

Rooftop Garden + Pavilion

Max capacity: 200 standing and 150 seated

Stunning city views and majestic artwork greet your guests as they stroll between the expansive Pavilion and the Jean and James Douglas Family Sculpture Garden. With sliding doors, this space transforms seamlessly from indoor to outdoor, and is ideal for intimate cocktail receptions, seated dinners, wedding and commitment ceremonies, and more.
Photo credit: Larissa Clevelend

Pat and Bill Wilson Sculpture Terrace

Max capacity: 150 standing

A thirty-foot living wall surrounded by iconic modern sculpture is a backdrop like none other. Partially covered and perfect for cocktail parties or smaller events, the Sculpture Terrace is adjacent to the Floor 3 galleries, and pairs easily with Schwab Hall for larger events.

Helen and Charles Schwab Hall

Max capacity: 600 standing and 450 seated

At the heart of the museum with views over the Atrium and the Roberts Family Gallery, the spacious Schwab Hall is an open and versatile space perfect for large dinners, banquets, or receptions.

Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Atrium

Max capacity: 450 standing and 250 seated

With its soaring ceilings, elegant architecture, and sweeping staircase, the iconic SFMOMA Atrium is an unmistakable backdrop that’s flexible enough to accommodate a range of events from cocktail receptions to dancing and DJs!
Photo credit: Larissa Clevelend