6 South Main St., Randolph

Stetson

Hall

Hall

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About us

Stetson Hall has held events since 1842. From parties by The Grand Army of The Republic, to a speech by Mark Twain; from Talkie Movies and Plays, to Balls, Galas, and Proms; and from Corporate Meetings, Functions, and Inauguration Ceremonies, to Community Fundraisers and Weddings, we have a rich history in great events. We invite you to be a part of our history. Please enjoy the galleries on our site and contact us for more information.

Greek Revival building

Stetson Hall

Stetson Hall is the former town hall of Randolph, Massachusetts, located at 6 South Main Street. The 2.5 story Greek Revival building, which was constructed in 1842, is the most monumental Greek Revival structure in the town, and occupies an elevated site in a prominent position at its center. Its temple front consists of six large fluted Ionic columns, two stories in height, supporting a triangular pedimental gable. Construction of the building was funded by Amasa Stetson, and has served as a center of civic activity in the town since it was built. Its early uses included an academy endowed by Stetson, and as home to the offices of Randolph National Bank. Its meeting space saw a variety of uses, including town meetings and religious services. The building also house town offices for most of its history; the town moved most of its offices out of the building in 1995 to allow for its restoration, which was not completed until 2009. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2011