Blaxton Hall

Live entertainment during special events at Blaxton Hall

Constructed in the winter of 2009, Blaxton Hall, named after William Blaxton who is attributed as the first European settler in Boston and Rhode Island, was built to host Gerald Charles Dickens for his American Tour of A Christmas Carol. Since then, Blaxton Hall has been refurbished as a rent-able function hall for meetings, dinners, the Christmas Teas, and parties.

A corporate presentation after dinner in Blaxton Hall

Renting the Hall

When looking for a local, affordable hall for your functions look no further than Blaxton Hall’s 1,200 sq/ft space with a built-in stage. This space is perfect for events large and small, including meetings, teas, dinners, showers, or even performances. Unlike most rental spaces, this flexible space is available for $125 for 4 hours (between 9am and 5pm), $250 for 8 hours (between 9am and 5pm) or into the evening for an additional $15/hour. We do not charge for use of up to 9 5-foot round tables and up to 160 padded, white folding chairs, and we can recommend vendors for catering and linen rentals.

Blaxton Hall has been rented for all sorts of private functions, including: Bridal Showers, Christmas Parties, Meeting space, Funeral receptions, Award Ceremonies and much more.

Private function: Christmas Tea

Private Function: Christmas Tea

Private Function: Bridal Shower

Private Function: Bridal Shower

Dale LePage performing at an evening event in Blaxton Hall.

Dale LePage performing at an evening event in Blaxton Hall.