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Naumburg Room

This remarkable space was originally a common room from the famous Hotel des Artistes, bequeathed in its entirety to the Fogg Museum in 1930 by Nettie Naumburg- complete with everything in her room: the floors, stairway, ceiling, two-story Jacobean hall, English paneling, Swiss stained-glass windows, furniture, tapestries, and pottery. Guests will even enjoy viewing the collection of nearly 20 paintings, including work by Rembrandt and Bartolommeo Murillo that also came from Nettie Naumburg. Lovingly restored to retain its charm, and equipped with custom lighting and climate control, this space lives on to become a one-of-a kind setting for your next meeting or event. Whether you’re hoping to host an intimate dinner, a VIP cocktail reception, or a sentimental retirement dinner, the Naumburg room serves as the perfect space filled with intricate stain glass windows, a petite upper balcony, and warm wooden floors and walls.

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