Concord's Colonial Inn is a historic wedding venue located in Concord, Massachusetts. Situated only 20 miles from downtown Boston, this charming venue blends old-world style and modern convenience. Here, couples are invited to feel the past come alive as they step into their exciting future together.
Facilities and Capacity
Concord's Colonial Inn has retained its distinctive 18th-century design features. The venue’s event spaces are characterized by cheerful pastels, handsome wainscoting, airy curtains, and chandeliers that fill the rooms with soft amiable light. The venue’s facilities are equipped to accommodate up to 125 guests. A total of 56 guest rooms, including one honeymoon suite, are available for overnight stay.
Concord's Colonial Inn is available to host a variety of wedding events, including wedding showers, rehearsal dinners, ceremonies, receptions, and after-wedding brunches. Wedding packages offer an array of options relating to matters of dining and drinks, decor, and guest accommodations. Other available options and services include:
- A professional wedding consultant
- Five-hour celebrations
- A choice of linens and napkins
- Champagne toasts
- Complimentary private rooms for additional events
Couples are invited to choose from a range of plated, hors d’oeuvres, and a la carte dinner menus. Available entrées include crab-stuffed cod and truffle risotto. A wedding cake is included in many of our wedding packages. Brunch and luncheon options are also available.
We also offer wedding packages for weddings under 50 guests! Contact our sales office for more information.
Built in 1716, the inn was used as a storehouse for arms and provisions during the Revolutionary War. In 1775, British forces marched on Concord, intent on destroying the inn’s cache of supplies. On April 19th, they were met at the North Bridge by local Minutemen, and battle was joined. This marked the beginning of the American Revolution. From 1835 to 1837, the inn played host to the famous essayist, poet, and philosopher, Henry David Thoreau. Thoreau resided at the inn while studying at Harvard. The property was given its current name in 1900. In 2016, it celebrated its 300th anniversary.
Frequently Asked Questions about Venue
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Do you have a site fee for wedding ceremonies at your venue?
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What is the starting site fee for wedding ceremonies during off-peak season?
Which of the following are included in starting site fee?
Chairs, China, Clean Up, Event Planning, Flatware, Glassware, Linens, Parking, Set Up, Tables
Which of the following are included in the cost of wedding catering?
Cake Cutting, Server(s), Wedding Cake
How many event spaces or rooms does your venue offer?
Describe your venue
Historic Building, Hotel, Restaurant
What kind of settings are available?
Which of the following wedding events does your venue service?
Ceremony, Reception, Bridal Shower, Engagement Party, Elopements, Rehearsal Dinner
What event services do you offer?
Accommodations, Bar Services, Cake, Catering Services, Clean Up, Event Planner, Event Rentals, Get Ready Rooms, Outside Vendors, Set Up, Wifi
What catering services do you offer?
Buffet, Cocktail Reception, Dessert, Hors d'oeuvres, Outside Cake, Plated, Server(s), Stations, Tastings
What bar services do you provide?
Bartender(s), Cash Bar, Champagne Toast, House Beer, House Liquor, House Wine, Limited Bar, Liquor License, Open Bar, Premium Liquor, Signature Drink, Specialty Wine
What event items are available?
Chairs, Chair Covers, Dance Floor, Furniture, Tables
What food and beverage items are available?
Barware, China, Flatware, Glassware, Linens
What transportation and access is available?
What months are included in your peak season?
June, August, September, October, December
What months are included in your off-peak season?
January, February, March, April, May, July, November