Two famous hand-carved doors created by folk artist Jonathan Kendall welcome visitors to the upstairs Simone Reagor Hall. Special features have been preserved, including; pressed-tin ceilings, wood wainscoting, stained glass windows, a slate roof, and stunning crystal chandeliers. The lower hall, has a restored stage, a new sound and lighting system and warm ambient light spilling in through hammered glass windows.The Hall is equipped with a commercial kitchen, elevator, six bathrooms and lobby spaces. The building is fully air-conditioned and handicapped accessible. Befitting the designation of Wellfleet as "the art gallery town," art infuses the building inside and out. In addition to the doors, a sculpted heron made out of weathered steel by Truro artist Del Filardi now crowns the restored cupola. A fully accessible reception lobby includes a stunning hand tiled installation and warm wood finishes and subtle paint colors add character and charm to this historic building. French doors lead out to the lovely gardens — a perfect setting for all outdoor parties.
|Capacity:||We can accommodate up to 150 in the Hall, and more on the grounds.|
|Function Rooms:||The Hall and landscaped gardens can accommodate both your ceremony and reception.|
|Menu Packages:||Wellfleet Preservation Hall has a close relationship with several caterers but you can use your own caterer if you wish.|
|Accommodations:||Nearby motels and inns.|
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