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Offsite Venues

MetroWest Boston boasts a large number of unique and interesting offsite meeting venues, from museums to historic properties to an indoor amusement park, including:

American Heritage Museum

  • American Heritage Museum Main Gallery: Approx 11,000 sq ft of event space (Museum is 50,000 sq ft total with exhibits) situated around 95 tanks, military vehicles, and large artifacts in a theatrically lit space. Seated capacity from 50-300 persons with installed video projection system for large presentations. Year-round, climate controlled facility with restrooms.
  • American Heritage Museum Conference Room: 500 sq ft post and beam conference room with board room seating for 14 people. Large glass boardroom table made from WWII biplane wing. Installed 52” LCD monitor with sound and PC for presentations. Climate controlled with access to main museum.
  • Aircraft Hangar: 11,000 sq ft of event space on ground floor, additional 3,200 sq ft of event space on entry/mezzanine level. Main floor features 12-14 historic aircraft from 1909-1945 and 3rd floor features collection of rare Sprint race cars and Indy Cars from the 1930’s through 1990’s. Seated capacity for up to 100 on mezzanine level and up to 300 on ground floor. Facility is seasonal with no climate control and requires additional portable restrooms for guests. Large 80’ hangar doors can be opened for beautiful view of grass airfield along the Assabet River.
  • Outdoor & Tented Spaces: The large 100+ acre campus allows many options for tented events from intimate 20-50 person gatherings at the stepped gardens and pergola to 400-person tented gatherings on the expansive 2200’ grass airfield bordered by the Assabet River. Grass parking is available for over 200 guest vehicles. Tents are available from 3rd party contractors and are not pre-installed.

Contact: Ryan Keough
Phone: 978-562-9182
Email: rkeough@collingsfoundation.org
Address: 568 Main St, Hudson, MA 01749

Hopkinton Center for the Arts

  • Delbridge Family Performance Space: 3,600 sq ft of open floor plan, stunning wood beams, climate-control, and hard wood floors. Portable stage, risers, stage lighting, and pipe and drape can also be provided. Seated capacity of 150; standing capacity of 250.
  • Barn Loft: This second-floor space includes 1,800 sq ft with beautiful rustic wood beams and direct elevator access. Seated capacity of 60; standing capacity of 75.
  • Lotvin Family Gallery: 750 sq ft with built-in bar, walls of art, wood beams, and a granite welcome desk. Seated capacity of 35; standing capacity of 60.
  • Amphitheater & Gardens: 4,000 sq ft of outdoor space includes stone benches and a Shakespeare garden. Tenting and outdoor A/V equipment available.

All spaces include tables and chairs, linens, and state-of-the-art A/V equipment. A variety of workshops and team building activities can also be provided onsite.

Contact: Denise Tracy
Phone: 508-435-9222
Email: denise@hopartscenter.org
Address: 98 Hayden Rowe St, Hopkinton, MA 01748

atac (Amazing Things Arts Center)

ātac: downtown arts + music

This restored 1896 firehouse includes a 2,000 sq ft, 135-seat theater with 8×20’ stage, state-of-the-art A/V equipment, and baby grand piano, plus a Green Room and gallery spaces. The fully ADA-accessible venue has a capacity of 150, and can also provide beer, wine, and refreshments from their bar.

Contact: Vanessa De Leon
Phone: 508-405-2787
Email: rentals@atac160.org
Address: 160 Hollis Street, Framingham, MA, 01702

Village Hall on the Common

Built in 1834, the Greek Revival Village Hall on the Common is a historic venue offering two event rooms: the Baker room with a capacity of 60 people seated/75 standing, and the main Hall with a capacity of 180. The completely renovated space includes a catering kitchen, stage, and tables and chairs. The building’s portico and lawn allow for additional outdoor space, which can be tented.

Phone: 508-626-9091
Email: villagehall@framinghamhistory.org
Address: 2 Oak Street, Framingham, MA 01701

The Wayside Inn

This inn is the oldest continually operating inn in the United States and the 100+ acre property also includes a historic grist mill, chapel, barn, ice storehouse, schoolhouse, cider mill, stagecoach house, and root cellar. The onsite restaurant offers catering for all events and guests can stay overnight in one of the 10 beautiful rooms. An outdoor tent, lush garden, and 12 indoor spaces are available for events, and the property can accomodate anywhere from 36 to 200 people.

Contact: Mark MacKay
Phone: 978-443-1776
Email: markm@wayside.org
Address: 72 Wayside Inn Rd, Sudbury, MA 01776



Christalight Auditorium and Event Hall
799 S. Main St #18

Maplegate Country Club
508-966-4040, 160 Maple St

New England Country Club
508-883-2300, 180 Paine St


Edwards House Meetings & Retreats
508-244-4429, 1 Badger Rd


Franklin Country Club
508-528-6110, 672 East Central St


Holliston Historical Society
508-429-5795, 547 Washington St

Holliston Upper Town Hall
508-429-0608, 703 Washington St

Pinecrest Golf Club
508-429-4848, 212 Prentice St


Hopedale Country Club
508-473-1443, 90 Mill St


Hopkinton Country Club
508-435-4630, 204 Saddle Hill Rd


Marlborough Country Club
508-485-1660, 200 Concord Rd

New England Sports Center
508-229-2700, 121 Donald Lynch Blvd

Red Balloon Events Party Hall
857-266 9972, 496 Boston Post Rd E


Thayer Homestead
508-321-4800, 2B Oak St


Memorial Hall
508-478-1119, 30 School St


The Beach House
619-549-0000, 18 Tech Cir


Juniper Hill Golf Course
508-393-2444, 202 Brigham St


Sherborn 1858 Townhouse
508-655-2701, 3 Sanger St


Sandy Burr Country Club
508-358-7211, 103 Cochituate Rd


Westborough Golf Club
508-366-9947, 121 W Main St

Yusra Venues
508-603-1294, 45 Oak St

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