Welcome to the Thomas S. Monson Center, located in downtown Salt Lake City. This beautifully restored historic building, formerly known as the Wall Mansion, provides exceptional spaces for you to host your next event.
For information regarding event space rentals, availability, and pricing, please call (801) 213-8770 or email email@example.com.
The elegant Ivory Ballroom is a perfect space to hold your wedding, a reception, a formal dinner or host a special speaker. Refurbished to resemble the original Wall ballroom from the early 1900s, the space truly is breathtaking.
The Eccles room provides a beautiful space to hold a small meeting or reception.
The Parlor provides a perfect space for a small conversational gathering
Sorenson Dining Room
This elegant dining room provides a perfect back drop for a breakfast, lunch or dinner meeting. Or a great way to escape for meal after hosting your meeting in the Eccles Room.
Boyer Carriage House
What was once an “Auto House”, the Boyer Carriage House provides a unique space perfect for meetings, receptions, or small gatherings. The first floor carriage doors can be opened to the outside onto the Monson Center Plaza to create the perfect ambiance for your event. The second floor, overlooking the Plaza, can also be utilized for a small meeting.
Monson Center Plaza
Located outside of the Boyer Carriage House, the Plaza is a great space to set up a cocktail hour, a reception or host a fun party. Amphitheater stairs provide a great space to sit and mingle.
Monson Center Lawn
The grounds at the Monson Center are the perfect backdrop for a wedding, reception or a party.
The West Wing of the Thomas S. Monson Center provides two great spaces to hold your next corporate meeting, business lunch or training session. The Miller Town Hall is the largest of the two spaces and can accomodate approximately 190 in theatre style. Zions Bank Classroom A & B are perfect spaces for a small board meeting, a training or a breakout session. The Classrooms are divided by an air wall and can be rented together or separately.
Need a better look? Take a 3D tour of the Monson Center