Our venues across the Harvard campus offer a range of options for event producers and attendees, including various capacities, acoustic designs and multi-use. Here are eight of our ticketed venues. Read more about our venue Accessibility.

upstairs view of the semicircular wooden balcony, orchestra and stage in Sanders Theatre

Sanders Theatre is located inside Memorial Hall at 45 Quincy Street. Completed in 1878 and a member of the League of Historic American Theatres, the 1,000-seat red oak theatre offers an intimate 180-degree design which provides unusual proximity to the stage.

downstairs view of the semicircular wooden orchestra and balcony in Agassiz Theatre

Agassiz Theatre is located inside Agassiz House at 5 James Street. Completed in 1904 and featuring an amphitheater design, the 350-seat theatre is home to the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players and many other student productions.

stage right view of the rectangular wooden orchestra and mezzanine in Lowell Hall, with a grand piano center stage

Lowell Hall is located at 17 Kirkland Street. Completed in 1902 as the New Lecture Hall and renamed in 1959 for the donor, Harvard President Abbott Lawrence Lowell, the 352-seat hall is used for lectures, rehearsals and student performances.

stage view of the seating, aisles and lighting in the Loeb Drama Center

Loeb Drama Center is located at 64 Brattle Street. Completed in 1960, the 556-seat theater is home to the American Repertory Theatre and the Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club, performing on the Loeb Proscenium and in the Loeb Experimental Theater.

orchestra view of the seating, aisles and elevated entrance in Farkas Hall

Farkas Hall is located at 10-12 Holyoke Street. Designed in 1887 as a clubhouse and theater for the Hasty Pudding Club, the 274-seat theater is home to Theatre, Dance & Media, the Hasty Pudding Theatricals and performance space for student shows.

red seating, an ice rink and scoreboard in the Bright-Landry Hockey Center

Bright-Landry Hockey Center is located at 65 N. Harvard Street. Completed in 1956 and expanded in 1979, the Bright-Landry Hockey Center is a 3,095-seat ice-hockey arena that hosts Harvard Hockey games and student events like Evening with Champions.

basement interior with white grid ceiling, columns, floor and red lounge chairs

Northwest Labs is located at 52 Oxford Street. Opened in 2008 and named after its relative location on the Cambridge campus, the Northwest Building or Labs houses science laboratories, classrooms, meeting rooms, and collegial spaces for student gatherings.

interior view of the graduated seating, aisles and stage in the Student Organization Center at Hilles

Student Organization Center at Hilles is located at 59 Shepherd Street. Completed in 1967 as Radcliffe College's Hilles Library, the Student Organization Center at Hilles (SOCH) is a 50,000+ square foot program space dedicated to student life at Harvard College.


For other spaces, search the Harvard University Campus Map.