#MoreThanAMuseum | Checkout The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum for your next event.

3816 Caroline Street is certainly #MoreThanAMuseum in Houston, TX.

The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum not only hosts the history of former slaves, freeman, and Black Civil War soldiers, but the museum also boasts some of the most beautiful event spaces that the city has to offer.

Last Sunday, I was able to check out this beautiful space when I attended the #BSMReveal. The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum held an event for the public, to unveil their newest upgrade.

If you are looking for a location that has an industrial feel to it, this is your spot. The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum has four different spaces to choose from. The Founders Room, The Board Room, Herzstein Gallery, and their newest addition, The Officers Club (The OC).

The OC is an absolutely breathtaking space. When you walk in, you can not help but notice the classic and upscale ambiance. This event space is located on the 3rd floor of the museum, and gives a pretty impressive view of the city of Houston.  The OC can hold up to 150 people in it’s 1,600 square foot frame.


There is a bar with plenty of serving space, making it perfect for your next shindig.

I honestly felt like it would be ideal for an intimate wedding space, or a super chic brunch, just in case the museum’s 3,500 square foot Herzstein Gallery is too big for what you may be looking for.


In addition to the big reveal of The OC, guests at the museum were able to enjoy delicious complimentary food and drinks from the many vendors. The vendors that were set up for this event, are the same ones who are available to provide their services to the museum’s clients.

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I will definitely keep The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum in mind for my next events. I love that guests get to experience beautiful African American history, as well as partake in celebrations, all under one roof. This place is indeed #MoreThanAMuseum.

For more information on booking this event space, you may visit the museums website.



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