The Union League Club - USA
Founded in 1863 by a group of concerned citizens to help preserve the Union. It is the Union League Club’s fourth residence. Many prominent civic, state and national leaders have enjoyed the fellowship of the ULC. Theodore Roosevelt managed his early political career from the Club’s chambers. J. Pierpont Morgan was a regular, along with John Jay, William Cullen Bryant, Chester A. Arthur, and Thomas Nast. Fifteen Presidents, seven Senators, many Congressmen, diplomats, cabinet members, and scores of chief executive officers of major corporations have been members of the Club during the past hundred and forty years and have participated in its programs.
Visiting the The Union League Club
Letter of introduction
You should contact the The Union League Club prior to your visit and supply a Letter of Introduction from the Carlton Club Secretary. Request a Letter of Introduction.
Dress CodeTraditional business attire, jacket and tie for gentlemen and equally formal attire for ladies, is required throughout the Clubhouse on weekdays between Labor Day and Memorial Day. During the summer season, neckties are not required in the Main Bar or Club Room. Appropriate casual attire is permitted throughout the Clubhouse on Saturday and Sunday. Appropriate casual attire (no jacket) is acceptable for members and visitors going to or from the overnight rooms, the fitness center and the squash courts. Members are reminded that the Club has blue blazers for loan in the Coat Room. Denim, sneakers, athletic apparel of any description, or immodest attire are never permitted.
AccommodationAccommodation available. The Club contains 60 bedrooms for members and guests.
Sports FacilitiesThe fitness center features all the amenities of a first class sports club, including international squash courts.
Meeting FacilitiesA variety of meeting rooms for business and social functions are available.
Other FacilitiesHome to one of the most extensive club reference and lending libraries in New York City. The Union League is also home to a distinguished art collection and an art gallery with rotating exhibits.
38 East 37th Street