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The core values of the Marine Corps – honor, courage, and commitment – echo from the marble and glass walls within the Leatherneck Gallery. A gleaming mast rises 210 feet high, while vintage aircraft fly overhead. This stunning scene visible from overlooks, balconies, and four observation decks is the ideal setting for the perfect night. Leatherneck Gallery can accommodate events from large receptions to elegant dinners with the ability to seat 650 guests for dinner or 1,000 for a standing reception.
The Overlook, located on the second level of the National Museum of the Marine Corps, provides an intimate dining experience overlooking Leatherneck Gallery. From a professional corporate luncheon to an intimate private affair, you and your guests will dine in the shadow of authentic Marine Corps aircraft, providing a truly unique view of the Museum´s main hall. The Overlook will accommodate from 40 seated guests for lunch or dinner to100 guests for a reception.
Devil Dog Diner
This unique cafeteria style restaurant serves up a taste of the Marine life, with menus inspired by Mess Hall fare familiar to all Marines. Perfect for group tours, the Devil Dog Diner offers catered receptions, continental breakfasts, group voucher programs and school lunch menus.
Capacity: 120 persons maximum (seated)
Semper Fidelis Memorial Chapel
Are you looking for an intimate location to exchange your vows? Are you looking for the perfect location to bid farewell to your beloved Marine? Semper Fidelis Memorial Chapel was built with the concept of a "transparent chapel in the woods," allowing guests to remain connected to the surrounding nature. The Chapel has won four design and construction industry awards in 2010 and was recognized with a Best of 2010 Project of the Year award in the worship category by McGraw Hill´s Mid-Atlantic Construction magazine. We are confident you will see why this chapel is a spectacular choice.
Capacity: 141 persons maximum
Legend has it that the first Marines were recruited at the original Tun Tavern in Philadelphia on November 10, 1775 by Captain Samuel Nicholas. The Museum´s intimate and authentic replica offers a full lunch menu along with bar service. Available for after hours events, Tun Tavern can accommodate 49 guests for a seated dinner or buffet-style reception. Click here for a detailed menu and catering information for Tun Tavern.
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