Located in Bradford, Pennsylvania's historic downtown district is the six-story Marilyn Horne Hall, formerly known as the Seneca Building. Built in 1931, it is now home to the Marilyn Horne Museum & Exhibit Center, Café & Gift Shoppe, as well as office and meeting space.
Ballroom - 5th Floor
Century lighting, high ceilings, sound system and projection available.
Assembly Room- 1st Floor
This newly renovated multi-purpose space is customizable to meet the needs of your meeting or event.
For more information and to check availability, please contact Matthew Hileman at (814) 362-7990 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classrooms - Various
Marilyn Horne Hall is home to a variety of conference rooms and classrooms, which are great for small groups up to 25 people.