About Revel 32°
Built in 1845 as a Methodist Church and later purchased and expanded in 1895 by the Masons, this former iconic building in the City of Poughkeepsie has undergone a major transformation to become a one-of-a-kind event space in the Hudson Valley. Many original features remain today such as the large stained glass windows, brick façade, architectural details, wood floors, and so much more.
Rich in history and nestled in the heart of the Queen City of Poughkeepsie, Revel 32° offers guests something truly unique. With city and urban flair, Revel 32° is the perfect location for any celebration, meeting, conference, festival, fundraiser etc... With seven unique spaces, the venue allows for creativity and flexibility to suit your needs.
Located next door to the 40 Cannon Street and the 1915 Wine Bar, King's Court Brew Co, Cafe 40, & Gallery 40, Revel 32° is proud to be part of Poughkeepsie's revitalization!
In 2019 family members Jim & Gina Sullivan, Lillie & Nick Muscente, Vito & Jen Galasso, John & Karen Galasso, and James & Rebecca LaRusch purchased the former Masonic Temple. Having already invested in the neighborhood, the group saw the potential and beauty in the building. A true "hands-on" team, the group has renovated the building and brought it back to it's original glory with many modern & elegant enhancements. They are proud to be part of the revitalization of the City of Poughkeepsie and look forward sharing the venue with the community. The family takes great pride in being stewards to the history of the building.
The best way to experience Revel 32° is with a visit. Call or email us for a tour...
(845) 244-8880 or email