Floor Plans - MIT Endicott House

Floor Plans

The Mansion, with four distinctive meeting rooms, is perfect for executive meetings or training seminars of up to 100 people. Brooks Center, adjacent the Mansion, offers an 90 seat amphitheater with the latest conference and computer networking technology, and three seminar rooms. We host conferences that utilize guest rooms, as well as day meetings.

Ground Floor

First Floor

Dimensions: 92’x 20′

Sq. Ft.: 1840

Ceiling: 10′

Reception: 150

Dining: 100

Dimensions: 43’x17′

Capacity: 20 Classroom, 20 Hollow Sq., 40 Theatre, 24 Conference, 22 U-Shape

Sq. Ft.: 731

Ceiling: 11′

Reception: 60

Dining: 40 

Dimensions: 58’x18′, 19’x8′

Capacity: 40 Classroom, 38 Hollow Sq., 80 Theatre, 40 Conference, 36 U-Shape

Sq. Ft.: 1088

Ceiling: 11′

Reception: 125

Dining: 80

Second Floor

Dimensions: 17′ x 17′

Capacity: 14 Classroom, 14 Hollow Sq., 16 Theatre, 12 Conference, 12 U-Shape

Sq. Ft.: 289

Ceiling: 9′

Reception: 50

Dining: 50

Dimension: 18′ x 18′

Capacity: 10 Conference

Sq. Ft.: 324

Ceiling: 9′

Reception: 25

Dining: 12

Third Floor


Ground Floor

Dimensions: 50’x 33′

Sq. Ft.: 1650

Capacity: 90 Theatre

Ceiling: 9 – 12′

Dimensions: 23’x22

Capacity: 24 Classroom, 24 Hollow Sq., 40 Theatre, 18 Conference, 20 U-Shape, 24Rounds

Sq. Ft.: 506

Ceiling: 11’6″

Dimensions: 23′ x 22′

Sq. Ft.: 506

Capacity: 24 Classroom, 24 Hollow Sq., 40 Theatre, 18 Conference, 20 U-Shape, 24Rounds

Ceiling: 11’6″

Dimensions: 23′ x 44′

Sq. Ft.: 1012

Capacity: 48 Classroom, 48 Hollow Sq., 80 Theatre, 36 Conference, 40 U-Shape, 56 Rounds

Ceiling: 11’6″

Dimensions:17′ x 18′

Sq. Ft.: 306

Capacity: 12 Classroom, 12 Hollow Sq., 20 Theatre, 14 Conference, 12 U-Shape,

Ceiling: 8′

Dimensions: 37′ x 20′

Sq. Ft.: 740

Capacity: 80

Ceiling: 12′

First Floor


Second Floor



Complimentary Lunch

Be our guest for lunch and an estate tour and see what Endicott House can do for you!

"Endicott House is a great asset to MIT - one that can not be duplicated."

"For many years, I assigned a project to my undergraduate students in architecture to design a build a structure to keep the rain, cold and wind out while sleeping over for the night. Endicott was the perfect place to do this.They slept the night in their structures and early in the morning had breakfast. This taught them that design is important, but testing with the elements was most important. Of all the exercises I gave, this one, has always been a highlight of the semester. Without the staff of Endicott and the beautiful setting I would not have been able to give out this exciting assignment. Additionally, I have been at conferences of my department hosted at Endicott, the perfect place to get away from the urban setting of MIT and experience the beautiful setting of Endicott. This is true either in fall, winter or spring. Endicott has always been a special place for conferences."

Jan Wampler

Professor Emeritus, MIT Architecture

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