The Saunders Castle at Park Plaza (formerly The Armory of the First Corps of Cadets), Boston, Massachusetts is a castle-like, National Historic Landmark built at the end of the 19th century and now serving as a unique venue for large events, meetings and trade shows.
Built from granite, the castle has numerous interesting architectural features including turrets and conical roofs however most notable is the hexagonal tower at the front of the building. This particular feature houses a number of function rooms (see below) and is currently offered as an impressive venue for smaller events, wedding receptions and private parties by Longwood Venues.
For Weddings and Smaller Events:
For Conferences and Trade shows:
130 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02116, United States
Below: Internal View of a function room in the hexagonal tower
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