Carriage House Theater

The third building on the Cayuga Museum campus is the Carriage House Theater, which operates as a multi-arts theater, formerly called Theater Mack.

The carriage house is the Cayuga Museum’s programming space, where we regularly schedule lectures, special programs and events.

 


In addition to Museum programming, the carriage house is available to the public for rent.

Completely renovated in 2011, the Carriage House Theater combines the charm of the 19th century carriage house it once was with exquisitely designed modern amenities. The main floor features a beautiful ballroom, stage and bar, restored 1850’s carriage doors, hardwood floors, bead board paneling and luxurious velvet floor-to-ceiling curtains.

Available amenities:

  • 100 upholstered chairs
  • 100 mahogany wooden chairs
  • 5’ round tables
  • 6’ rectangular tables
  • LED stage lighting
  • Professional sound system
  • 9’ x 16’ rear projection screen and projector
  • Handicapped-accessible restroom
  • Heat and/or air-conditioning
  • Wine and beer service

The lower level offers two additional restrooms, two dressing rooms, a shower and a prep kitchen for catering.
For more information, please contact Eileen at cayugamuseum@verizon.net or (315) 253-8051.