The Hamilton County Memorial Hall was erected in 1908 to honor the Grand Army of the Republic and Spanish-American War veterans. The building was designed by Samuel Hannaford and Sons, the same architect who designed Cincinnati’s Music Hall. Memorial Hall is the finest of Cincinnati’s Beaux Arts buildings. Listed on the National Registry of Historical Places in 1978, Memorial Hall is located adjacent to Cincinnati's 134-year-old Music Hall, the “home” of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Opera and Cincinnati May Festival. 

Memorial Hall's performance auditorium with seating for 600 is widely considered a 'perfect jewel' due to its beautiful detail and excellent acoustics. Reception rooms for weddings, meetings and events are also available.

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