Old Town Hall

Salem's Old Town Hall is a federal style building, erected in 1816 and namesake of the Old Town Hall National Historic District. This space is no longer used as a space for municipal operations but is instead utilized as a cultural and rental facility in service to the community of Salem, MA. 

Public Restrooms

Old Town Hall restrooms are reserved for ticket holders to our October events only (listed below) and will not be open to the public. A list of public restrooms can be found here or you can use the restroom locator by clicking here!

Old Town Hall Rental Information

If you have are interested in hosting your own arts and culture event or a private event in this historic building, please review the rental packet materials and fill out the Rental Intake Form with your request. A staff member will be in contact with you about your inquiry within 3 business days. If you would like information about space availability and upcoming events at Old Town Hall please visit our brand new calendar by clicking here!

Old Town Hall is NO LONGER being used as a testing site for COVID-19. If you have questions about COVID testing please visit: www.salem.com/testingIf you are seeking COVID-19 test results from a test received at Old Town Hall, please call 617-745-2100 ext 513.

If you are trying to reach Salem City Hall for city business please visit www.salem.com or call 978-745-9595.

Staff Contacts

Name Title
Julie Barry Senior Planner - Arts & Culture
Chelsea Titchenell Planning Assistant - Arts & Culture
Delia Faria
Delia Faria