Hamilton Hall in Salem is widely recognized as one of the most important Federal buildings in America. It was designed in 1805 by the famous architect and master woodcarver, Samuel McIntire, and has been in use as an assembly hall for cultural and social events for over two hundred years.
In its early days, Hamilton Hall hosted elaborate celebrations and banquets, honoring various local and visiting dignitaries, as well as dances. In modern times, the beautiful Hall and various rooms are perfect for weddings, anniverary and birthday parties, corporate events, and more!
9 Chestnut Street
Salem, MA 01970