Atlantic Hall During the Time of Covid-19

These are different and frankly weird times. We at Atlantic Hall are thinking of your health and the health of our volunteers. We are available for rentals, in accordance with the regulations of the Maine CDC. We look forward to hearing from you.

We are available through this website or by phone 207-710-3560 to book or inquire about rentals. 

We are always available to accept your kind donations made to Atlantic Hall.

PO Box 7686  Cape Porpoise, ME. 04014

Wonderful Community in 2020

Atlantic Hall is a grateful 501c3. We at Atlantic Hall wish you and your families a Healthy, Happy and Prosperous 2021.  As 2020 comes to a close we reflect on the joy of living in this beautiful village of Cape Porpoise. The Board of Atlantic Hall thanks you for your enthusiasm and generosity in supporting this historic landmark. …THE HEART OF CAPE PORPOISE.

Maintenance and improvements both for the Hall and the Library are at the core of our mission; your support sustains us.

THANK YOU                   THANK YOU                        THANK  YOU

The Board of Atlantic Hall

Perfect For Community and Family Events

Located in the historic and charming Cape Porpoise Square, along the southern coast of Maine, Atlantic Hall is the perfect site for any event. For almost 100 years,  It has been the location for countless weddings, rehearsal dinners, concerts, plays, parties, meetings, lobster bakes and occasions of all kinds.   Check out our Community Events, or learn about private rental at the Rental Information page.


Historic and Unique

Cape Porpoise and Kennebunkport are only 90 minutes north of Boston, and 30 minutes south of Portland, where you can escape the city, take a step back in time, and Atlantic Hall offers a truly unique setting for your unique gathering, all along the beautiful coast of Maine!

A Community Meeting Place

Atlantic Hall is a community owned facility intended to be a center for both community and private gatherings. It is governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees, which acts as the steward of the Hall.