Beebe Estate

The Beebe Estate, built in 1828, is the finest Greek Revival-style mansion in Melrose. Its elegant cupola and […]

Benjamin Franklin Institute

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, features several options of rentals that can accommodate a variety of events: performances, […]

Black Falcon Terminal

Cruiseport Boston’s Black Falcon TerminalBlack Falcon Terminal is a historic World War I era warehouse, now a spectacular […]

Boston Athenæum

The Boston Athenæum is a membership library, museum, and venue for intellectual exchange. It was founded in 1807 […]

Bradley Estate

The Bradley Estate is an historic 1902 mansion set on 90 acres of rolling hills, landscaped lawns, wooded […]

Cambridge Boat Club

Established in 1909, the Cambridge Boat Club is a not-for-profit rowing and social club with 325 members who […]

Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation

The Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation is located along the scenic banks of the Charles River […]

Cloud Place

Cloud Place has views from all floors of the Hancock Building, Boston Public Library, and Copley Square and […]

Commandant’s House

The Commandant’s House is one of the oldest structures in the Charlestown Navy Yard, with panoramic views of […]

Commander’s Mansion

A Mansion for All Seasons, the elegant Commander’s Mansion, now available for functions after 135 years of private […]

Concord Museum

Concord Museum is the one place where the past is brought to life through one of the oldest […]

USS Constitution Museum

Located on Boston’s Freedom Trail in the historic Charlestown Navy Yard, just steps away from “Old Ironsides,” the […]


Asian Inspired Wedding

PASSED HORS D’OEUVRES: Beef Satay with Spicy Thai Peanut Teriyaki Chicken Skewers with Pineapple-Teriyaki Dip Orange-Hoisin Sea Scallops […]


Holiday Dinner

ENTRÉES:   Black Pepper Encrusted Tenderloin Served with a Madeira and Stilton Sauce Roasted Prime Rib of Beef […]


Seated Dinner Party

  PASSED HORS D’OEUVRES:   Mushroom, Grape and Walnut Tartlets Seared Breast of Duck on a Wild Rice […]

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 […]

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. […]


Celebrate Your Wedding or Special Event in Style at Habitat. The 90-acre wildlife sanctuary Habitat in Belmont offers […]

Harriet Tubman House

United South End Settlements Harriet Tubman House has a wide variety of spaces available to fit your needs. […]

Back Bay Events Center

The newly restored and renovated Back Bay Events Center is one venue with infinite possibilities. Home to the […]

Multicultural Arts Center

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

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 […]

Taylor House

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

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 […]