Named for Andrew Carnegie, the philanthropic steel tycoon, Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg, West Virginia, is one of only four Carnegie Halls in the world that is still in continuous use as a performance venue. The structure was built in 1902 with the generous contribution of $26,750 from Andrew Carnegie and the community’s contribution of $10,000.
Carnegie Hall offers various options for rental space. A gem in the heart of Lewisburg, Carnegie Hall symbolizes the community commitment to the arts. From meetings to holiday parties, we invite you to take the stage and let Carnegie Hall be the picturesque backdrop for your next gathering.