Full Service Capabilities
We will be more than happy to fulfill all of your event needs. Please consult with the museum staff for any entertainment, catering, décor, or beverage needs. All full service functions must be paid in full prior to event.
Museum Equipment, Decor, Lighting and Special Effects
All decorations must be flameproof and free standing and subject to approval by museum personnel. Banners or signs may not be attached to the walls inside or outside of Museum. Special effects and any loose decorations such as but limited to fog machines, birdseed, rice, confetti, feathers and/or glitter may not be used in museum or museum parking lot. Museum personnel must pre-approve all electrical equipment and extension cords to be used during event. Lighting plans and props must be submitted in writing at least (21) twenty-one days prior to Event. Power point presentations are possible and must be pre-arranged with museum personnel.
A fee will be charged to the client, if the contracted caterer is not among the museum’s preferred caterers. It is mandatory that a professional caterer be employed to handle food and beverage services. Museum personnel must approve any caterer or vendor in advance. The museum reserves the right to determine which areas may be used for food and beverage services. A 20’ x 40’ field kitchen tent is available for use by caterer. Caterer must dry mop the floors and hose the floor of the kitchen tent, and leave museum and kitchen tent in its original condition.
Food Prep Areas
All food prep areas must be kept clean and sanitary according to the Health Department Standards. All tables in the prep area are to be covered with a white plastic runner. Liquids may be disposed of on museum property in designated areas only. Ice tubs must have clean plastic liners. Drinking water is available outside of the building. Cooking is not allowed inside the museum, Verandah or the Race Shop.
Photography, Videography and Entertainment
Photos and/or videos are allowed in the museum. No one is allowed to touch, open, or sit in the cars at any time. The museum reserves the right to utilize all photos and/or video footage taken during event for promotional use.
Valet parking is mandatory for groups of more than (60) vehicles, and must be coordinated by museum personnel, at an additional charge to the client. For groups less that (60) cars a parking attendant is required at an additional charge to the client. Cars must be placed in designated areas only.
All clients/caterers/vendors/event planners scheduled for event date must submit a hard copy of Certificate of Insurance to museum naming the Marconi Automotive Museum as “Certificate Holder” and “Additional Insured” and providing evidence of the following coverage:
- General Liability Insurance with minimum limits of $1,000,000 per occurrence.
- Workers’ Compensation is required for all employees working the event. If volunteers are used, the policy should extend coverage of volunteers.
- Automotive Liability with minimum limits of $1,000,000 per occurrence only if company vehicles will be on property delivering equipment or involved with event.