Oakes Ames Memorial Hall is a historic wedding venue located in North Easton, Massachusetts. It was established in the late 1881 by Oakes Ames' children as a memorial to their father. They had commissioned Henry Hobson Richardson, a great American architect, to design and oversee the build. Richardson kept in line with the romantic aesthetic of his other works, one of which is notably the Trinity Church in Copley Square, Boston. These inspired design elements are found throughout and include beautifully rounded arches, sloped and dramatic rooflines, as well as abundant masonry that integrates medieval-style carvings that are a feast for the eye. Situated on a granite outcropping, the structure demands agency over its surroundings, drawing in guests to be inspired by its grandeur and elegance. The landscape around the venue is designed by the well-renowned architect F.L. Olmsted, the talented mind behind New York's Central Park. Reflecting the opulence of four other Richardson buildings in the town of Easton, Oakes Ames Memorial Hall is nestled into a National Historic Landmark District.
Facilities and Capacity
Oakes Ames Memorial Hall is pleased to open their doors for weddings and other celebratory events. The lovely Gallery Hall accommodates up to 80. The Great Hall is the shining glory of the building, boasting soaring ceilings and leaded stained glass windows. The Great Hall accommodates up to 180 guests.
Oakes Ames Memorial Hall is happy to host a variety of functions within its walls. They offer you the convenience of bringing in your own vendors & encourage prospective couples to reach out and schedule a viewing to see exactly how Oakes Ames Memorial Hall is able to provide a fantastic environment for their special day.
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