The Century Club of California

Where
1355 Franklin Street, San Francisco, CA
Call
+1 415.673.7117
Web
The Century Club of California Website
Tags
Event Planning, Event Space
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Whether you are planning an intimate gathering or meeting or an event on a grand scale, the Club House offers you an array of settings, and we will work with you to select the perfect one. Explore the possibilities such as the Ballroom, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Reception Room, Meeting Rooms, Bride's Room, Entry Foyer, and Upper Foyer. A Floor Plan for each of the three levels of the Club House includes information about location, dimensions, and capacity.

The Century Club of California was founded in 1888 as a private women's club. In 1905 a Club House, with rooms designed by member Julia Morgan, was built on Franklin Street in San Francisco. The Club House survived the 1906 earthquake and fire and was used temporarily to house the California State Supreme Court.

The Century Club of California Club House facilities are available to rent for weddings, private dinners, recitals, weekly meetings, and business or social events, with or without the use of kitchen facilities. Explore our website to see how the Club House and the amenities we offer can make your event wonderful and memorable. We look forward to working with you to plan your special occasion.