The Curtis Atrium

601 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

About The Curtis Atrium

This elegant historic building, once home to the iconic Curtis Publishing house—creator of the Ladies Home Journal and the Saturday Evening Post—features breathtaking architectural elements, from palatial alabaster columns and soaring ceilings to a terraced waterfall and an exquisite 49-foot-long stained glass mosaic created by Louis C. Tiffany and Philadelphia artist Maxfield Parrish. Located in the heart of historic Philadelphia, The Curtis Atrium is the ideal venue for a unique experience.

  • Standing receptions for 50 to 1,000 guests
  • Seated dinners for 25 to 400 guests
  • Great location in Philadelphia's historic Old City district
  • Stunning architecture featuring soaring ceilings
  • 49-foot-long stained glass mosaic

Venue Specifications


The Curtis Atrium is a grand light-filled space by day and a romantic marble and glass palace at night.  This space can accommodate large weddings, corporate events and gala fundraisers. The Curtis Atrium features a custom green marble tied fountain, curved marble staircases and lit armatures highlighting the expansive ceiling height.



The Mezzanine at The Curtis Atrium provides the perfect pre-function space to host cocktails before dinner in the Atrium, an afternoon lunch or a social happy hour.  Sitting at the top of the iconic Atrium fountain, the mezzanine is accessible up two custom marble staircases leading from the main Atrium space. Featuring a custom brass and granite bar, a coffered tin ceiling and a stunning hospitality suite, the mezzanine provides a luxe backdrop for any social or corporate fete.