Plan your visit to The CJM!
Rent The Museum

The Contemporary Jewish Museum's (The CJM) dynamic facility, designed by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, offers beautiful spaces for special events, including wedding receptions, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, celebrations, corporate cocktail parties and dinners, lectures, film screenings, and performances.

An Artistic Setting for Your Event

The CJM’s iconic building offers a variety of unique event spaces and is an elegant location for an unforgettable San Francisco experience. Corporate membership is included for qualifying rental clients and supports The Museum’s year-round exhibitions and educational programs.

spaces available for rental
  • Koret Taube Grand Lobby, including the Wise Sons café area
  • Stephen and Maribelle Leavitt Yud Gallery
  • Richard and Rhoda Goldman Hall
  • Sala Webb Education Center Classrooms (the two classrooms can be rented separately)
  • Ronald and Anita Wornick Board Room
  • Blue Cube

To book your event please contact:

Tel: 415.655.7830


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Renters must choose from The Contemporary Jewish Museum’s list of approved caterers.This list is comprised of caterers who are familiar with the facilities and the required policies and procedures. Use of caterers not on the this list will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and may be subject to vendor training fees.

Menus for Wise Sons Jewish Deli—both Drop-off Catering and Full-Service Events—are linked below.


The CJM does not endorse the views or positions of organizations who rent space at The Museum to host their events. Please reach out to for more information about The Museum's rental policies.

The CJM reserves the right at its discretion to approve rental space requests. Any views or opinions expressed at any private rental event held at The CJM’s facilities are solely those of the speaker or the renting group and should not be imputed or attributed to The CJM in any form or fashion. Any private rental of The CJM facilities by any group or entity does not constitute nor should be construed as The CJM’s support or endorsement of such group or entity. 

Image Credits

Mark Darley, Gary Sexton Photography