206 Washington StreetBoston
, MA 02109
The Old State House, the oldest public building in Boston, was built in 1713 as the seat of colonial government in Massachusetts. The Old State House is an elegant and sophisticated venue for wedding ceremonies, cocktail receptions, lectures, meetings and seated dinners and can accommodate up to 75 guests for seated events. Receptions spaced throughout the building may be as large as 150 guests. The Old State House is located at the corner of State and Washington Streets in downtown Boston.
This information is subject to change at any time as the building undergoes a reinterpretation. Restrictions apply to all galleries; contact *NOT DISPLAYED* for up-to-date information.