Built in 1895-97, the Bohemian National Hall is historically important and significant. Symbolizing the rich Czech culture and heritage, the grand structure once housed a shooting gallery, classrooms and spacious halls, used as venue for conferences and social events. Since its reconstruction, the five story hall has now been a home to a restaurant, a library, a gallery, a Czech restaurant and most importantly The Bohemian Benevolent and Literary Association. This highly ornamented, Roman brick structure is a marvel in its own way, bringing back memories of the Czech immigrants to the US in the 19th century.
- Type: Theater
- Nearest Train: 77th Street Station