Preserving the history and heritage of our community
Rent Rose History Auditorium
Picture ambiance at its finest. Whether indoor or outdoor, the Rose History Auditorium* and grounds offer the perfect setting for your special event. Vaulted beamed and thatched ceiling, white oak wood floors and original art work set the stage for this warm and inviting multi-purpose venue.
The RHA is equipped and maintained to provide the community with a venue that offers meeting space for clubs and organizations, MIHS programs and speakers, theater productions, world class shows and special events for local groups and schools.
With 2,600 square feet of open space, the auditorium can seat up to 250 theater style and 144 table seating using eighteen 6′ round tables seating 8 people comfortably. In addition, there are ten multi-purpose rectangular tables. It has a complete audio visual system with WiFi access, wireless microphones, podium, projector and screen, DVD/CD player, Powerpoint software, and a retractable 16×8 foot stage with overhead stage lights. Total square footage of the building is approximately 4,600 and includes men’s and ladies rest rooms and a backstage area for use by performers.
The tiled lobby area has a granite bar that can service both inside and out and the galley kitchen is equipped for catered events.
Winner of “Marco in Bloom” Institutional Landscape Award 2012, 2013 and 2017, the beautiful grounds have a waterfall and weir pond centered by a gazebo, great for expanding your special event to incorporate the magic of the outdoors.
Whether you are hosting an association/club meeting or seminar, the Rose History Auditorium is the perfect multi-purpose facility to meet all your needs.
Please contact Pat Rutledge (239) 389-6447, or by email at email@example.com.
*The Rose History Auditorium was made possible by a generous donation from Bill and Myrt Rose and the Marco Island Historical Society and community are forever grateful. Click Here to view the RHA Rental Policy page and download/print the Rental Agreement.
The Marco Island Historical Society
180 S. Heathwood Dr. Marco Island, Fl. 34145