Witte Museum in San Antonio revealed a “Once-A-100-Year” transformation with new, marvelous exhibits at its Grand Debut titled “A Night of Discovery.”
This month, the nearly 100-year-old Witte Museum in San Antonio revealed a “Once-A-100-Year” transformation with new, marvelous exhibits at its Grand Debut titled “A Night of Discovery.” Guests had the chance to explore the New Witte and dance the night away at “Disco with the Dinosaurs.”
Our teams at Rosemary’s Catering had the honor of serving the night’s guests themed courses and wowing them with food stations to compliment the Witte’s night of wonder. From Dino Kale Crisps, a Prehistoric Poke, a Bacon Garden, Donut Walls and more, we made sure our catering exhibits were thematically pleasing and an aesthetic compliment to the beautiful new museum’s reveal.
The extensive expansion and renovation is part of a $100 million transformation of the museum’s iconic 10-acre campus along the Broadway Cultural Corridor the entire city has been eagerly awaiting these past two years. With 10 new spectacular exhibits, the New Witte is sure to take guests back to an era of discovery with innovative and comprehensive galleries of Dinosaurs, Art, Texas Wildlife and much more! Guests of all ages will be amazed and inspired by the new facilities and exhibits. If you haven’t had the chance to experience the New Witte Museum yet, and the brand new Susan Naylor Center and Valero Great Hall, you can check out the hours and choose your Witte Experience here.
Check out some of our photos from the gala night below: