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This famous, late-19th century building is a testament to Boston’s “Golden Age” of public architecture and the development of a clean and plentiful water supply for the growing city’s entrance into the 20th century.
9OFS is sophisticated, elegant and offers an unparalleled space overlooking the financial district of Boston.
The Athenæum’s unique atmosphere creates a splendid setting for corporate presentations, private dinners, receptions and the like.
Boston Bar Association
The Boston Bar Association, located right in the heart of Beacon Hill, offers flexible meeting spaces with accommodations for groups ranging from 2 to 150.
Boston Opera House
From a small intimate gathering in one of the historical lobbies to an astonishing dinner on the stage, you will treat your guests to an event they will not soon forget.
Boston Society of Architects
With multiple galleries and breakout rooms, the BSA Space offers a unique opportunity to experience architecture and design through private or public events.
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
The delightfully engaging ambiance of the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum transforms any event into a truly memorable, truly Boston experience.
Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation
This historic, 19th-century textile mill overlooks the Charles River and provides the backdrop for some of greater Boston’s most memorable special events.
The Commander’s Mansion is a historic venue located in Watertown, and is available for weddings, corporate and social events.
With beautiful balconies overlooking the water, windows that frame the setting sun and providing a stunning 150 degree view of the Charles River, Community Rowing is the perfect venue for any special event.
Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts
The elegant simplicity of the building makes a stunning statement on its own, yet also invites a wide variety of creativity and inspiration.
deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum
This combination of indoor and outdoor space overlooks the picturesque Flint’s Pond and can be used for both daytime and nighttime events.
Gore Place is one of the finest remaining country estates in New England from the Federal Era.
Griffin Museum of Photography
The Griffin Museum, with its spacious gallery, interesting photographic exhibitions and idyllic setting on Judkins Pond, is unique among local special event and function facilities.
John H. Pierce House
Since 1964, the Pierce House has become a unique location for wedding receptions, celebrations and meetings.
Massachusetts State House
Host your event under the gold dome in this historic Beacon Hill state house.
MIT Media Lab
The MIT Media Lab has expanded into a new, six-floor structure with approximately 163,000 square feet of laboratory, office and meeting space.
MIT Walker Memorial Hall
Available for large events, breakfasts, lunches, dances, career fairs, award ceremonies, receptions, fundraisers, cultural shows, parties and banquets.
Multicultural Arts Center
Perfect for any occasion, the Arts Center includes a theater, two galleries and a kitchen available for weddings, bar mitzvahs, private parties, corporate and non-profit events.
Old South Meeting House
Located in the heart of downtown Boston, and nestled among grand skyscrapers, the Old South Meeting House is a unique venue for your special event.
Old State House
Treat your guests to stunning architecture, art galleries and museum exhibits—a uniquely beautiful experience they will never forget.
Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway
Boston’s newest extended stay hotel offers meeting spaces and a roof terrace with views of Fenway Park. This ideal venue is conveniently located just steps away from the park.
This extremely versatile venue located in the heart of downtown Boston offers a blank canvas for you to manipulate. Space 57 is an event visionary’s dream.
Stonehurst is a masterpiece of integrated design crowning the career-long collaboration of two visionaries, architect Henry Hobson Richardson and landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted.
The Endicott Estate
Situated on 15 acres of rolling lawns and surrounded by century-old elms, spruce and weeping willow trees, the twenty-five room Endicott Estate boasts eleven fireplaces and provides a charm and elegance rarely found today.
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- Boston Athenaeum
- Boston Bar Association
- Boston Opera House
- Boston Society of Architects
- Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
- Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation
- Commander’s Mansion
- Community Rowing
- Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts
- deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum
- Gore Place
- Griffin Museum of Photography
- John H. Pierce House
- Massachusetts State House
- MIT Media Lab
- MIT Walker Memorial Hall
- Multicultural Arts Center
- Old South Meeting House
- Old State House
- Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway
- Space 57
- The Endicott Estate
- UMB Campus Center
- Waterworks Museum