Cider Gallery is housed in a renovated historical building in the Warehouse Arts District of East Lawrence. Once a cider distillery, this extraordinary space has been transformed into a fine art gallery that offers an elegant, inviting setting for any occasion.

Corporate events, weddings & cocktail receptions, graduation parties, and gallery showings will beautifully coincide with the soaring exposed brick walls, original wood beams, and bountiful windows adding just the right balance of contemporary edge and historic ambiance.

Cider Gallery accommodates up to 250 seated guests and 300+ standing guests. Rental of the space includes exclusive use of the first floor gallery and garden patio. Bring in a caterer of your choice.

Beautifully renovated historical building
5,000+ square feet, ground-floor event space
Newly completed garden patio with stage
State-of-the-art sound system
Multiple wall-mounted monitors and a projector
Spacious professional warming kitchen, for your caterer of choice
On-site liquor license and bar
Plentiful parking
Handicap accessibility




Great Venue

"Kansas Farm Bureau hosted a cooking competition and fundraiser at Cider Gallery. Everyone had a wonderful time and enjoyed the beautiful venue space. Jennifer did a great job helping us think through all the details. It went off without a hitch!”

— Meagan

Co-Working Done Right

"Great workspace - and the technology all works seamlessly together, which is VERY important. The printer billing was always accurate, another important point. I found the wireless speed to be some of the best in Lawrence. It's also nice to have the shredding on-site. You will want to bring good headphones, though - the area around the drop in table can get a bit noisy, because there's simply more people on that side of the office. The artwork is wonderful."

— Maril

Sense Of Community

"A great space to work. Many options for leases and great services, amenities, and on site support staff. Tenants are friendly but respectful of a work environment. Great neighborhood with lots of energy."

— John