Commonwealth Museum

Boasting spectacular views of Boston Harbor, the Commonwealth Museum at Columbia Point is a breathtaking site for your […]

Cotting-Smith Assembly House

Cotting-Smith Assembly House is owned by the Peabody Essex Museum and located in the Federal Street District of […]

Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts

The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts is an impressive and historic venue located in the […]

Episcopal Divinity

Located on a beautiful campus near Harvard Square in Cambridge, Episcopal Divinity School’s St. John’s Memorial Chapel is […]

First Parish in Cambridge

First Parish in Cambridge has rooms of various sizes and configurations available for rent. Their interconnected historic buildings […]

The Estate

The Estate is available for corporate or private events utilizing the entire space or smaller areas like the […]

Endicott Estate

Built in 1904 by Henry Bradford Endicott, founder of the Endicott-Johnson Shoe Corporation, the Endicott Estate has the […]

Gore Place

Gore Place is one of the finest country estates in New England that remain from the Federal era. […]

Hale Reservation

Hale Reservation is a private, non-profit educational organization that manages 1,130 acres of woodlands, including four ponds and […]

Boston University Theatre / Huntington Theatre Company

Designed and constructed as America’s first civic playhouse, the building today known as the Boston University Theatre was […]

Liberty Fleet of Tall Ships

Sail Boston Harbor aboard a Tall Ship. On Liberty Fleet’s Boston Harbor cruises aboard Boston Schooners you’ll be […]

Milton Academy

Milton Academy‘s Bicentennial in 1998 marked the Academy’s charter, given in 1798 under the Massachusetts land-grant policy. It […]

Multicultural Arts Center

Multicultural Arts Center is home to an extraordinary Theater, complete with ornate Victorian details and theater lighting and […]

Old South Church

Gathered in 1669, Old South Church in Boston is one of the most historically significant churches in the […]

Old South Meeting Hall

From the meeting of more than 5,000 colonists on December 16, 1773, which started the Boston Tea Party, […]

Old State House

The Old State House historic chambers can be rented for intimate dinners and cocktail parties, for larger receptions, […]

Stonehurst, Robert Treat Paine Estate

“Stonehurst,” the romantic name the Paine family chose for their 109-acre country place, paid homage to the elemental […]

Pierce House

The Pierce House is an elegant Georgian mansion built in 1900 by John H. Pierce (1830-1910). In 1964 […]

Ridge Hill Reservation

Ridge Hill Reservation contains over 360 acres of conservation land and is managed by the Town of Needham. […]

Royale Nightclub

Royale is Boston’s only true mega club. It’s classic beauty and modern ethic make it a truly unique […]

Shubert Theatre

Boch Center Shubert Theatre, referred to as the ‘Little Princess’ of Boston’s Theatre District is a celebrated historic […]

Taylor House

Taylor House Bed and Breakfast, a gracious Victorian home in Boston’s Jamaica Plain section, was built in 1853 […]

Trinity Church

Recognized as one of the most significant buildings in America, Trinity Church took shape on marshland in Boston’s […]

Villa Victoria Center for the Arts

The Main Hall at Villa Victoria Center for the Arts is a 445 person capacity performance venue located […]

Wang Theatre

Restored to its 1920’s elegance, the Boch Center Wang Theatre is a marvelous historic landmark able to accommodate […]

Zoo New England

Whether your group is a “big business” or “wild with fun,” an event at Zoo New England guarantees […]


For almost 30 years, the Engine Company 40 Firehouse sat vacant on the corner of Sumner and Orleans […]