A memorable wedding in a beautifully maintained historic building? A private party or a corporate event where Federalists gathered in the early 1800's?
is one of America's outstanding Federal architectural gems on Salem's historic Chestnut Street. For over two hundred years, Hamilton Hall has hosted many outstanding social and cultural events including weddings, lectures, and dinners for heads of state.
Hamilton Hall invites you to have your next event at one of the country's most significant buildings and make your own history.
Our staff is committed to working with you to ensure your event is personal and one you will remember always. We look forward to welcoming you and your guests.
Explore Salem's National Parks with free tours of buildings, wharves, and Tall Ship Friendship
Peabody Essex Museum
Visit the latest exhibits at the world famous Peabody Essex Museum including FreePort (No.006): Nick Cave
Discover Salem - its museums, restaurants, shops, and much more on the Salem Trolley
Celebrate Gay Pride in June
Hamilton Hall received several donations to the 2012 Annual Fund specifically designated for window restoration and repair. We have thirty-eight windows that have reached a point where they desperately need attention. The middle ballroom windows on both side of the room were professionally restored in February 2013. It is a beginning and we are thrilled with their appearance and the way the light floods into the hall through the carefully selected period glass. If you are interested in making a donation designated for window restoration, we accept personal checks mailed to Hamilton Hall, 9 Chestnut Street, Salem, MA 01970.