Rent our Beautiful Event Space

We’re the perfect home for your next event!

We are your go-to venue for off-site meetings, receptions, film screenings, workshops, networking events, socials and more. Located in the heart of Central Harlem’s thriving culinary and entertainment district, The National Jazz Museum in Harlem is the perfect place to hold your next gathering.

Our beautiful gallery is appointed with exhibits that describe Harlem’s amazing jazz history, is affordable and ADA accessible. With abundant natural light, our exhibit space comfortably holds 50-80 people. The National Jazz Museum is conveniently located in central Harlem, just a short walk from the 2& 3 train station.

Request Now:
Complete our Site Rental Form and email it to Darel Anderson-Hamilton at


For questions or to arrange a site visit, contact Darel Anderson-Hamilton at

(212) 348-8300 x102,


58 West 129th Street, Ground Floor
New York, NY 10027

Space Details:
Capacity: 50-80 people, 60 people for a seated event, 80 for a networking/standing event.
Transportation: 2,3,4,5 & 6 trains and MetroNorth. A short walk to 129th Street and Malcolm X Boulevard (Lenox Avenue)


Tuesdays 9am-4pm
Wednesdays, 9am-9pm.

Inquire about Thursday-Monday rental
We do not offer kitchen facilities. We welcome caterers.


Site rentals start at $750 for up to 6 hours, $1500 for up to 12 hours


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About the National Jazz Museum
We are a Smithsonian Affiliate that serves as a thriving center for jazz in the heart of Harlem.

Our mission is to preserve, promote and present jazz by inspiring knowledge, appreciation and the celebration of jazz locally, nationally and internationally.

We are a hub for live performances, exhibits, and educational programs, all offered free or at a very low cost to the public. Each year we produce more than 80 free programs in New York City, engage hundreds of professional jazz artists and reach nearly 20,000 people from around the world.