216 Meeting House

The 216 FPMH is an iconic historic building in the Tyngsborough town center directly across from the green steel tied-arch bridge. Access is quick from Route 3 at exit 35 with ample on-site parking. Beautiful, manicured grounds are flanked by a steel walking bridge spanning Flint Pond, connecting two of the Town’s historic buildings. A gazebo on site is the perfect setting for pictures by the water. The Meeting House originally opened in 1755, was rebuilt in 1836 after a fire, and recently finished a 4-year, complete renovation in 2020. The Meeting House steeple holds one of the 398 bells forged by the foundry of the Paul Revere Company. A four hour rental includes the use of a dressing room, sound system, microphone, and the Mason & Hamlin organ.

216 Middlesex Rd, Tyngsborough, MA 01879, USA

Alison Page