Ticket required to attend.
Join New York Adventure Club as we get an exclusive tour throughout the former Prince George Hotel, including its landmarked 5,000 square foot ballroom dating back to 1904. Drinks and dinner will follow immediately afterwards.
A portion of the ticket sales will be donated to Common Ground, the non-profit organization responsible for restoring and converting the Prince George into affordable housing for the chronically homeless of New York. Click below for more information regarding Common Ground:
Advance Ticket: $15 (close 12:01am on 6/2)
Regular Admission: $22
(Tickets can also be purchased via Eventbrite: www.nyacprincegeorge.eventbrite.com)
While the Prince George is off limits to the public, New York Adventure Club has partnered with Common Ground to provide an exclusive tour of the facility including the lobby, ballroom, Ladies' Tea Room and Hunt Room, and roof pavilion.
Meeting Location: Enter through the 15 E. 27th entrance (on the north side between 5th and Madison)
Transportation: N, R, 6 - 28th St
Some quick facts about the former Prince George Hotel:
The Prince George Hotel was built in the Beaux-Arts style by Howard Greenley in 1904
It was the first hotel with private bathrooms
The fountain and murals in the Ladies' Tea Room were painted by George Inness, Jr., one of America’s foremost figure and landscape artists
Read more about the former Prince George Hotel and Common Ground:
New York Adventure Club Website