We’ll be back!
Though the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing requirements do not now permit live concerts, we look forward to returning to the glorious acoustics at historic Hamilton Hall next season.
Directions to Hamilton Hall
9 Chestnut Street, Salem, MA
Please note that Hamilton Hall is a Registered National Historic Landmark and is not handicap accessible to the performance hall on the second floor.
Hamilton Hall in Salem, Massachusetts is widely recognized as one of the most important Federal buildings in America. It was designed in 1805 by the famous architect and master woodcarver, Samuel McIntire, and has been in use as an assembly hall for cultural and social events for over two hundred years.
By Car: Take Route 95/128 North or South to exit 25A. Follow Route 114 East, Salem. Cross over the bridge into downtown Salem. At the second set of lights (Witch House, on corner), turn right onto Essex Street, then left at the first set of lights onto Flint Street. Take an immediate left onto Chestnut Street. The Hall is located on the right hand side of the street down several blocks.
By Train: The MBTA Commuter Rail connects Salem north as far as Rockport and Newburyport and Salem is just 5 stops and 30 minutes from Boston’s North Station. Hamilton Hall is approximately a 10 minute walk from the train station. Taxis are also at the station. For a complete schedule, visit www.mbta.com or call 617-222-3200; 800-392-3663.