Memorial Hall is a municipally owned and operated Facility in the Town of Plymouth, MA. We are a rental facility and work with many clients to bring these shows and events into town for your enjoyment.
1924 an idea to create a building where the community could gather and those that were serving in the war had a place to meet. Opening its doors for the first time in 1926 Memorial Hall was the place where soldiers would indulge in spaghetti suppers, their families would enjoy black and white films, roller skating nights were the hot night out, and where the community held basketball games, graduations, and so much more. Our history is rich and it all started when the Hedge House was moved. Most would say the rest is history but that is not the least, Memorial Hall has seen many A Lister performances and many faces over its time here each person with a different story and more to share as the yea
Rolling Thunder Revue was a the show that made it all happen. With thousands showing up, a line the wrapped the block, and endless memories of this show. Bob Dylan made Plymouth Memorial Hall the place to be when he entered the door with a group of musicians that left lasting impressions.
It is safe to say that Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra calls Memorial Hall their home, with America's Hometown Orchestra delighting audiences for over 100 seasons.
Memorial Hall has seen the likes of Twisted Sister, Air Supply, Michael McDonald, Robert Cray, Melissa Etheridge, Pat Benatar and so many more. The halls can talk with the stories that have taken place in our little hometown. We may be a small historic venue, but we are a small historic venue that has the passion and drive to deliver quality entertainment, and exceptional customer service for all audience members. Our schedule is always moving and grooving and we are excited for the future we get to share with you. Stay tuned to our events page for upcoming shows.
Memorial Hall is home to the Plymouth Recreation Department. Monday through Thursday every week there are program offerings for adults and youth. Take a look and find something you are interested in by clicking the link below.
When you first walk into Memorial Hall you are greeted by the stories of those that served our country and gave their all. These displays were generously put together by a group of individuals that wanted to ensure folks had the chance to remember where we have been and where the freedoms we have been given have come from. Walk through history with special dedications to Vietnam, Gold Star families and so much more! The American Legion museum is available by appointment and is filled with artifacts for past wars and soldiers whom fought. To schedule your visit call 508-685-5464. In addition to the American Legion the DAV meets at Memorial Hall every Saturday.
In 2026 Memorial Hall will celebrate 100 years. Stay tuned for more details about some exciting events. #celebrationofhistory