PO Box 115
Morrisville, NY 13408
Wouldn't it be exciting to hold your next event in this historic building.
Madison Hall is the old Madison County courthouse and was the home of the first agricultural school in New York. In 1877 Madison Hall was where the famous “Loomis Gang” was on trial and Gerrit Smith spoke in favor of Abolition.
Madison Hall is located in Central New York on Route 20, Morrisville next to Morrisville State College. It is an easy trip from Syracuse, Albany, Utica, Hamilton, Binghamton or places between.
The first floor houses offices, a maintenance room, serving kitchen, conference room, two newly renovated rooms, and spacious restrooms. The first floor reception foyer is highlighted by twin curved staircases.
The twin stairs lead to a second floor lounge area. The lounge area leads into a two story ballroom with magnificent hardwood floors.The north end of the ballroom has a balcony and there is a stage at the south end. The room is adorned with gothic columns, tall windows and a tinplate/ironwork ceiling. The acoustics make it a great concert venue. The ballroom's occupancy is 400 seated auditorium style. 120 to 150 guests can be comfortably seated at either round or rectangular tables for dining.