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Haas-Lilienthal House

San Francisco Wedding Venue
2007 Franklin Street at Washington
San Francisco, California 94109

Contact: House Rental Agent
Phone: 415/441-3000 x17…
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Why We Like This Place

The Haas-Lilienthal House is a one-of-a kind venue located in the tony Pacific Heights neighborhood. A national treasure, this stately Queen Anne-style Victorian has been meticulously preserved, complete with period furnishings. Largely unchanged since it was built in 1886, it offers an unparalleled Victorian experience that will transport you and your guests back in time.

An abundance of rich woodwork and architectural detail throughout creates a warm, intimate environment that’s perfect for weddings. The main floor features 13-foot ceilings, two large parlors, a formal dining room and a foyer and hall. A spacious ballroom is available downstairs for larger parties. Exuding the grace and comfort of a bygone era, this historic house provides a delightful setting for your celebration.

In the city renowned for its “Painted Ladies,” the Haas-Lilienthal House is the only residential Victorian open to the public year-round for tours led by docents (on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sunday afternoons; private tours are available by appointment). A costumed docent can also be arranged on request for your event.

If you’re looking for a unique wedding location, the Haas-Lilienthal House is an excellent choice—and it’s nice to know that proceeds from your rental fee will help ensure that it remains a San Francisco landmark for decades to come!



  • Max. Seated Indoors: 100
  • Max. Seated Outdoors: 0

Reception/Special Events

  • Max. Seated Indoors: 90
  • Max. Seated Outdoors: 0
  • Max. Standing Indoors: 100
  • Max. Standing Outdoors: 0


  • Max. Seated: 65

CEREMONY CAPACITY: The front and middle parlors combined hold 50 seated or up to 100 seated and standing.

EVENT/RECEPTION CAPACITY: The Ballroom accommodates 90 guests for a seated meal or 100 for a standing reception.

MEETING CAPACITY: The house holds up to 65 seated guests.

Fees & Deposits

50% of the rental fee and a $500 refundable deposit are required to reserve your date and is returned 30 days after the event. The rental fee ranges $2,350–3,400 and includes use of the entire museum, tables and chairs, and dressing rooms. During December the house is festively decorated for the holidays. If you bring in your own caterer or bartending service, they must be licensed and fully insured.

Rates for business functions and meetings vary depending on services selected; call the Haas-Lilienthal House for specific details.

Location Uses

Wedding Receptions
Special Events, Parties
Business Functions/Meetings
Rehearsal Dinners


Catering: select from preferred list, or BYO with approval
Kitchen Facilities: moderately equipped
Tables & Chairs: some provided
Linens, Silver, etc.: through caterer or BYO
Restrooms: not wheelchair accessible
Dance Floor: yes
Bride’s Dressing Area: provided
Meeting Equipment: WiFi
Parking: on-street, valet CBA
Accommodations: no guest rooms
Outdoor Night Lighting: access only
Outdoor Cooking Facilities: with approval
Cleanup: caterer
View: garden

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Venue Type

Banquet Hall/Events Facility
Historic/Landmark Building
Private Estate
Private Home


Alcohol: through caterer or BYO, must be served by licensed and insured catering staff or bartender
Smoking: outside only
Music: amplified OK with restrictions
Wheelchair Access: limited
Insurance: liability is required and applied for through the venue’s insurance agent (extra charge)

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Amplified Music

w/ Restrictions

Wheelchair Access

Access Limited


Year-round, daily. Sunday–Thursday until 10pm; Friday and Saturday until 11pm. Closed on Christmas and New Year’s Day.

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