Located at 10 Tuckerman Street (corner of Tuckerman and Salisbury Streets) in Worcester, MA, Tuckerman Hall was originally designed at a cost of over $72,000 in 1902 as the clubhouse of The Worcester Woman’s Club. Featuring superb acoustics, Tuckerman Hall operates year round as the home of the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra and as an exquisite rental space for weddings, parties, concerts, lectures, corporate dinners, fundraisers, and meetings.

Tuckerman Hall’s unique spaces include its breathtaking main auditorium (with full stage) that features incomparable plaster detail, phenomenal millwork, a 40’ ceiling, and superb acoustics; a circular-shaped lower hall (with stage) measuring approximately 50’ in diameter; several kitchen and catering spaces; grand hallways; a sound/projection booth; ticket booth; and a number of fireplaced, turret suites that serve as breakout rooms, each designed with a different architectural motif including Dutch, Moorish, Renaissance Revival, and Colonial Revival designs.