Displaying more than 100 years of railroad history, the National Railroad Museum is a unique setting for business meetings, corporate events and familiy reunions. With more than 70 pieces of rolling stock and thousands of railroading objects on exhibit, the Museum offers a memorable experience for families, clients, vendors, employees, and boardmembers looking for a venue that can inspire team-building and creativity. A wide array of spaces with audio/visual flexibility can accommodate any need.
The Lenfestey Center - This unique space is quickly becoming the area's venue of choice for those planning an affair to remember. From its location on the banks of the Fox River in Green Bay to its historic ambiance, the Lenfestey Center offers an atmosphere ideal for unique events that will leave a lasting impression.
Capacity: 10-400 seated, based on room setting.
Classroom - Featuring a panel of windows looking onto the Museum's depot and operating train, this space provides white board / screen and projector accomodations for meetings, children's groups and informal daytime meals.
Capacity: 15-30 seated, based on room setting.
Theater - Cleverly tucked into the Museum's main lobby, the 92-seat theater has a stage with custom lighting capabilities, wall-sized screen, and audio/visual support including computer access, projector and a sound system that all may be tailored to specific needs.
Silver Spirit Train - Envision your next special occassion - business or personal being celebrated on a restored 1939 observation-lounge car. This train will transport you to the streamline era of American rail travel.
Capacity: 24 in Dining Area - 20 in Lounge Area
Reservations and Pricing - When you are ready to reserve rental space, or to receive more information, contact Deanna Novak at (920) 437-7623 x -12 or at firstname.lastname@example.org