Friday, March 16, 2012

Old Town Hall a Site for Your Event

If you are looking for a site to hold an event and your desire is to hold it someplace historic, this might be a good solution for you. For example, if you need a location for a wedding ceremony, prior to a wedding reception either here or at PEM, take a look here:

 Old Town Hall 
 32 Derby Square
 Salem, MA 01970 

The Old Town Hall is a beautiful federal style building located in the heart of downtown historic Salem, Massachusetts. Nestled between the Essex Street pedestrian mall and cobble-stoned Front Street, the Old Town Hall is the crowning jewel of Derby Square and the earliest surviving municipal structure in Salem (dating from 1816-17). The building is owned by the City of Salem and managed by Gordon College’s Institute for Public History. The Old Town Hall is a two-story, brick structure featuring Palladium windows, carved wood details, antique chandeliers, decorative columns and wooden floors.

Here is a link to email for more information:
Old Town Hall email

I hope you enjoy seeing these photos, and learning a little bit more about Salem, and places to hold events.


1 comment:

  1. Wow, what a gorgeous place for a wedding! It was hard to tell how beautiful the building is the one time I was in at night; thank you for posting these pictures.