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    BCA Cyclorama

    539 Tremont Street
    Boston, MA 02118

    phone: 617.933.8600   |   Email

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    The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts is an impressive and historic venue located in the stylish South End neighborhood of Boston. Surrounded by the largest collection of Victorian brownstones in New England and representing the height of urban industrial chic, the Cyclorama offers inspiration and limitless possibilities for all kinds of events.

    Featuring a dazzling copper skylight dome atop a round, brick-lined 23,000-square...

    The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts is an impressive and historic venue located in the stylish South End neighborhood of Boston. Surrounded by the largest collection of Victorian brownstones in New England and representing the height of urban industrial chic, the Cyclorama offers inspiration and limitless possibilities for all kinds of events.

    Featuring a dazzling copper skylight dome atop a round, brick-lined 23,000-square foot space, the Cyclorama can host from 100 to 1200 guests (up to 875 seated). This dramatic andbifas professionally-managed venue has emerged as a must-have for weddings, corporate events, trade shows, galas, seminars and more.

    The elegant simplicity of the building, which was opened in 1865 and is included on the National Register of Historic Places, makes a stunning statement on its own and yet invites a wide variety of creativity and inspiration. The Cyclorama's versatility accommodates your vision of your event - whether it is on a grand-scale or an intimate one; whether your idea is innovative or classic.



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