Built in 1901, the Georgian-style Tupper Manor was designed by Guy Lowell, the renowned architect and creative spirit behind Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts. Lowell designed the historic home for the Bryce Allan family, who were well known in Boston society for their gracious hospitality and sophisticated entertaining.
The result is an elegant home with easy flow, moving from our sophisticated marble Foyer and sweeping grand staircase into the dazzling Ballroom and glass-enclosed Conservatory. Throughout the mansion, the ocean provides a dramatic backdrop to your special event. Tupper Mansion can accommodate up to 190 guests for a seated dinner or up to 1,000 guests in a more casual setting.
Our spacious ballroom offers a dramatic setting and Old-World charm for cocktail hour Equipped with floor to ceiling French doors, and a glittering chandelier that crown the dance floor.
The Ballroom’s elegant French doors open onto our glass-enclosed, ocean-front Conservatory, to expand your celebration space and add a backdrop of dramatic seascapes to your reception. The conservatory offers dining space for 150 guests. (Extend through the Garden Room to accommodate an additional 40 guests).
Designed for entertainment, our sophisticated Library offers a distinguished setting to host your wedding’s beverage bar and dessert station. The Library is located just off the Ballroom.
Designed to impress, our Oval Room is located off the Ballroom and promises a dramatic and architectural focal point for your wedding’s second beverage bar location or a late-night snack!
For larger wedding celebrations, our cozy Garden Room, located between the Oval Room and the glass-enclosed Conservatory, accommodates dining for an additional 40 guests.
Facing our fabled fountain and with our historic mansion and the Atlantic Ocean as your backdrop, say I do to forever on the expansive Tupper Manor lawn.