Hall Art Foundation

The Hall Art Foundation is pleased to make available its contemporary art galleries and grounds for your next special event.


Converted from a former dairy farm, the property consists of a 19th-century stone farmhouse, cow barn, horse barn and tractor barn situated next to a waterfall on a tributary of the Black River, and a reception center in a historic clapboard home across the road. The buildings are surrounded by pastures, hayfields and extensive woodland.


Let our world-class exhibitions, unique architecture, and beautiful grounds be the setting for your next private or corporate event.





Newhall Farm is located ten minutes up the hill from the Foundation. Deacon Weld established the property in the late eighteenth century and today it is still a working farm. The complex of traditional brick house and clapboard barns are surrounded by rolling pastures, hayfields, orchards and extensive woodland.


The former horse barn is now available as a charming venue for entertaining.


To learn more about hosting an event with us, please email vermont@hallartfoundation.org or call +1 802 952 1056.