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Glastonbury Abbey, located in Hingham, MA, is a community of Benedictine monks that welcome people of all spiritual traditions. We are proud that Glastonbury Abbey is known as a regional center of educational, cultural, social, and spiritual outreach for people on the South Shore and beyond.
Our beautiful Abbey Center is available to host conferences and special events. In the ancient tradition of Benedictine hospitality, the Glastonbury Abbey Conference Center offers a comfortable, light-filled venue for celebrations, meetings, and retreats. The tranquil beauty of its natural setting on the grounds of the historic Glastonbury Abbey in Hingham is a welcome respite from the city, yet it is only minutes away from Boston.
If you are looking for something different for your next special event, corporate meeting, party, banquet, reception, or retreat, the Abbey Center offers a unique alternative. The Abbey's Benedictine monks extend their hospitality to create a serene setting that accommodates your needs. Set on more than 60 wooded acres in Hingham, the Abbey Center offers amenities away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The secluded, peaceful setting provides an environment where participants and coworkers can think and be creative. Whether looking for a place to communicate a simple message or somewhere unique to generate long range business planning, the Abbey Center is a place to foster great ideas.
Glastonbury has two retreat houses available for guided, private, individual or group retreats. We have a full retreat program posted on our website.
Whom to Contact
- Ms. Gillian FayAssistant Director DevelopmentPhone: 781-749-2155
- Mr. Chris NagleBusiness ManagerPhone: 781-749-2155
- Ms. Hayes SheaMission Advancement Dir.Phone: 781-749-2155
- Brother Dan WaltersDirector of Glastonbury Abbey CenterPhone: 781-749-2155
From Rt 3: Exit 14/Rt 228 Rockland/Nantasket; follow Rt 228 N towards Nantasket to Rt 3A intersection; Continue straight on Rt 228 bearing left at Hull St; Abbey is on the left