Tapley Memorial Hall      

Tapley Memorial Hall, built in 1930, houses the Society’s large and varied local history collections. The building has met the long-time needs of the Danvers Historical Society for space for programming and the storage of collections. A strategic plan included construction of a ramp and restrooms to improve the accessibility of the building. Tapley Hall is now open only for special programs and exhibits.

The DHS collections are diverse and contain some remarkable artifacts. The DHS also holds an extensive collection of textiles, including a rare early 19th-century corset stay.

TMH is home to the Annual Parade of Trees, a community wide, family fun festival now in its 13th year!
Contact us below to learn more about Tapley Memorial Hall and/or get involved:

Tapley Hall Exterior, Brick building with green grass

Hours and Tours

Tapley Memorial Hall, 13 Page Street, is open for special exhibits and programs. Please check our events page for updated exhibits at Tapley Hall.

Tapley Memorial Hall a unique setting for showers, concerts, lectures, cocktail receptions, holiday parties and other special events.

For information about holding your event at Tapley Hall, please click here.

Interested in renting Tapley Memorial Hall?