Quaker Meeting House

Constructed by the Society of Friends as a school in 1838, the Quaker Meeting House property is the island’s last surviving Quaker meeting house.

Known for its stark simplicity, with wide-planked hardwood floors and large-paned windows, this intimate venue provides a timeless setting for wedding ceremonies and is only steps away from Nantucket’s bustling Main Street.

More Information

Shantaw Bloise-Murphy, Events Manager 508 228 1894 ext. 112

To better assist you, please complete the Venue Request Form

Dimensions and Capacity

Dimensions
Event Space 22’x 38’ ~ 836 sq. ft.
Capacity
  • Seated Ceremony 120

Features

  • Two rows of eight pews with center aisle
  • Modern restroom facilities
  • NHA staff present throughout entire event

Floor Plans

The Nantucket Historical Association preserves and interprets the history of Nantucket through its programs, collections, and properties, in order to promote the island’s significance and foster an appreciation of it among all audiences.

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