Designed in 1902 by Josephine Wright Chapman, one of America's first female architects, Tuckerman Hall is one of the most exquisitely designed assembly spaces in America and features superb acoustics. The Hall has a seating capacity of 200 for weddings, 275 for dinner receptions, and 521 for concerts. Tuckerman Hall regularly hosts a variety of civic and social functions throughout the year including wedding receptions, concerts, lectures, festivals, and other special events.
|City||Worcester , MA|
|Address||10 Tuckerman Street|
|Phone Number||(508) 754-1234|
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One of the most exquisitely detailed, historic buildings in the United States, Tuckerman Hall has undergone an extensive restoration for the new millennium. Now open for social and civic events such as weddings, parties, lectures, concerts, fundraisers and meetings, Tuckerman Hall offers a magnificent setting for your special occasion. Our dedicated staff is ready to accommodate your every need, and can also refer you to a distinguished list of caterers, photographers, floral designers and musicians who are familiar with our facilities.
Size - A perfect venue for 150 to 200 guests, Tuckerman Hall can also expand to up to 250 guests seated at tables in the main hall, together with a dance floor. Theatre style seating can accommodate up to 550; and a stand-up reception can hold up to 400 in the main hall. Prior to dinner and dancing, guests can enjoy the beautiful atmosphere of either the circular-shaped Dean Hall in the lower level or the exquisite turret suites on the second floor for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Either the main hall or Dean Hall can also be used for a wedding ceremony. Both Tuckerman and Dean Halls have a full stage.