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The Randall Gallery is an exquisitely restored Civil War era building, combining contemporary art with fine dining. The original structure was once two buildings that were joined by creating an atrium between them. 

The building was believed to have been a food storage building in the civil war era.  It was occupied by Ferguson Pajama & Night Shirt company at the turn of the century preceded by Acme Sewing & Boot and Stern Fixture.

Although whimsical and contemporary art is displayed, the Randall Gallery is not operated as a traditional gallery, but only as a special event venue. The gallery hosts only one event at a time – the building and parking lot reserved exclusively for your guests. A few features of this versatile 22,500 square foot facility include:


- Large picture windows with a panoramic view of the city

- Track lighting on 15 foot ceilings

- Designer bathrooms with hand-cut tiles and specialty mosaic mirrors

- New mosaic tiled columns in lobby area

- Handicap access with private bathroom facilities

- Ample free parking in lighted fenced lots adjacent to the building;

attendants on duty for your event (on all evenings and weekends)

- Passenger elevator to all levels

- Original hardwood floors in the Galleries

- New hickory hardwood floor in the lobby area

- Audio system (cordless microphones - CD player – iPod compatible -

- 10 channel mixer

- 48" moniter in the lobby area, available for your video

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