A Living History
Every venue has a story, and we'd love for you to hear ours.
In 1898, Andrew Carnegie funded the construction of Carnegie Hall. It would be the first public library for Campbell County, Kentucky. As you enter the building through the main doors, the handsome Italian Renaissance architecture takes you back in time. Elegant marble columns topped with Corinthian capitals adorn the beautiful reception area where cocktails and mocktails are served across a smooth marble bar that once served as the Library's circulation desk.
Upstairs, the Grand Ballroom features high ceilings, ornate trim, original carved woodwork, and elegant crystal chandeliers that harken back to the building's historic identity. However, thanks to a recent renovation, the space features every modern amenity. This, and its capacity for up to 250 guests, makes Carnegie perfect for any event.
Carnegie Hall invites you into a world of style and intrigue that combines vintage textures with modern flair. This gorgeous event space curates an experience of endless possibilities.