Hold your next event at the Concord Museum, where our reception and meeting areas offer a memorable experience in a distinctive setting rich with history. Conveniently located at the junction of the roads to Cambridge and Lexington and a short walk from the charms of historic Concord center, the Concord Museum is a unique choice for receptions, business meetings, private events, weddings, and lectures.
All spaces are wheelchair accessible. We offer an exclusive list of caterers to choose from when planning your event. All rentals guarantee the presence of an experienced function professional to help in your planning and on the day of the event.
For additional information and assistance in planning your event, please call (978) 369-9763, ext. 211 or email email@example.com.
Brooke Hall is a 21' by 23' reception hall on the first floor of the Museum with adjacent audiovisual theatre, garden courtyard, and Museum Shop. It is distinctly suited to stand-up receptions, registration or receiving areas for programs or tours, or intimate sit-down events. A kitchenette and additional preparation space are nearby.
Availability: 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Capacity: 75-100 standing; 15 for a sit-down dinner
The Museum’s Shop Classroom is a 14' x 22' space on the first floor of the Museum. It is adaptable to your needs with lecture-style seating for small groups or table seating for meetings, workshops, or small parties. Restrooms and a kitchenette are nearby.
Availability: 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Capacity: 60 standing; 40 lecture-style seating; 25 table seating
Rates: $150 per hour
Celebrate in a quintessential New England setting! Your special occasion is special to us as well. The natural beauty and historic significance of the Concord Museum are a perfect setting for a memorable day. Conveniently located near Concord center and only twenty miles from Boston, the Museum offers versatile spaces that reflect your personality. Gracious Brooke Hall designed by architect Graham Gund, rustic Daniel Chester French Hall named after the famed Concord sculptor, and the Museum's front lawn surrounded by stone wall-lined perennial gardens are all available for your event.