Weddings at Tupper Manor
Guy Lowell, renowned architect of Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, designed the Tupper Mansion in 1901 as the summer home of the Bryce Allan family, a Canadian family known for gracious hospitality and carefully orchestrated, sophisticated entertaining. Endicott College purchased the building from the Allan estate in 1943 and named it for the Tupper family, the founders of the College.
Tupper Manor is a spectacular property. From the magnificent fountain welcoming you to the grounds, to the historic architecture and glorious interiors of the building, Tupper Manor makes an unforgettable impression. View our Wedding Photo Gallery.
Tupper Manor offers the elegance of a bygone era while providing all the amenities one expects from a first class modern facility. Upon entering the marble foyer, the fine architectural details featuring gleaming floor-to-ceiling mirrors and a graceful curving staircase.
The foyer opens into the Ballroom with its dazzling chandelier and tall French doors leading out to the glass-enclosed Conservatory. Designed for entertaining, the main floor also boasts the Library, Garden, Oval, and Billiard rooms, all awaiting you and your guests.
Throughout the mansion, the ocean provides a dramatic backdrop for your celebration. You and your guests are welcome to stroll down the path to our private beach for photos or simply to experience our peaceful seaside setting.
We are glad to help you plan your perfect Wedding at Tupper Manor.
The Wylie Inn and Conference Center at Endicott College
P: 978-867-1997 F: 978-867-1960
Take Route 128 North to exit 17 (Grapevine Road, Beverly Farms). Turn right off the exit ramp and right again after 1.5 miles onto Haskell Street (by the cemetery). Proceed to the end: at the stop sign, turn right onto Hale Street–Route 127. Travel 1.5 miles on Route 127 to The Wylie Inn and Conference Center at Endicott College and Tupper Manor at Endicott College.