Tri-Cities Historical Museum Centennial Hall rental:

$400.00 For Profit rate    /     $250.00 Non Profit rate / Museum Member rate. 
Rental is for 4 hours.  $25/hour per additional hour

Rentals for Museum members only.  To become a Museum member, complete membership information and membership levels.

Please be informed that the Tri-Cities Historical Museum does not have the capacity to host weddings for more than 100 people.
Capacity of Centennial Hall is 100 people for banquet-style set up. 
Auditorium style seating capacity is 200. 
Open reception with no seating, capacity is 300.


Use of Kitchen facility

Cleaning fee (required if event has alcohol served):

Security Deposit:

A fee of $150.00 is due upon signing of rental contract. The deposit will be returned after the event if the site is left in satisfactory condition. The deposit will not be returned if items are damaged or broken, the premises are not cleaned up, the kitchen (if used) is not cleaned, or if the Museum is left in a condition other than the way it was found upon arrival.

The following tables and equipment are included in the base rental fee, in limited quantities.

High-Top cocktail tables
6 available

6-ft. tables
14 available.  Multi-use table for food buffet or for seating for 6 per table.

Folding metal black chairs
125 available


Specialty items available for rental for an extra fee:

After hours staffing fee:
$25.00 per hour

Cleaning fee (required if event has alcohol served):

Kitchen usage:

White linens are available for rent for both 6-ft. tables and hi-tops:
Table with linens (white only): $20.00 per table
Table with linens and skirting (white only): $30.00 per table

$500 fee (non negotiable)

Microphone/sound system:

Reservations/Security Deposit/Cancellations:

Reservations may be made with Tri-Cities Historical Museum staff by calling 616.842.0700. Reservations must be made by individuals over 18 years of age. The Security Deposit is due at the time the event is scheduled. Security deposit is applied towards the balance of the rental.  Security deposits will be fully refunded if the event is cancelled 90 days or more prior to the event. Events cancelled 30-90 days prior to the event will forfeit half of the Security Deposit. Events cancelled 29 days or less prior to the event will forfeit the entire Security Deposit.

Rental Considerations

Kitchen Use. $50.00 Use Fee. 
Kitchen is a warming kitchen only. There are no facilities to cook. If you use the kitchen, you are required to clean it (counters, sinks, dishwasher interior, and floors). Renters are responsible for dumping garbage after their event is over. The security deposit will be forfeited if the kitchen is not left in the same condition it was in upon arrival. Renters must provide their own tableware/dishes/serving pieces.

Decorations: Live plants and flowers must be removed at the end of the event. No flames or candles of any type or design are allowed. LED flameless candles are permitted.  No taping or tacking on walls, ceilings, or surfaces in any of the rooms. Confetti and glitter are not allowed on the tables. 

Beverage Service: All beverage service must end one half-hour before the end of the scheduled event. The Museum closes at 11:00 PM. All alcoholic beverages must be dispensed by an insured & licensed beverage service. All alcoholic beverages must be consumed inside the building. Events serving alcohol require an additional cleaning fee of $100.00.

Special Needs: An elevator is available for access to all floors. The front doors to the Tri-Cities Historical Museum are handicapped accessible.

Liability/Damage: The Tri-Cities Historical Museum reserves the right to inspect and control all functions. Liability for damage to the premises will be the responsibility of and charged to the sponsoring person or organization. The Tri-Cities Historical Museum will not assume responsibility for the damage or loss of any merchandise or articles left in the facility.

Smoking: No smoking is allowed.

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