Cunningham Hall was built in 1965 and offers a comfortable and inviting space for Milton organizations to congregate, socialize and conduct community activities.

exterior of Cunningham Hall entrance

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The hall is used as the voting site for two of Milton’s precincts, as the gathering space for school and sports organization meetings, and as the venue for banquets to celebrate the end of a season or a community accomplishment. The Hall can accommodate up to 112 people for a seated dinner. Round and rectangular tables and folding chairs are available – free of charge. If you are interested in using the hall for a town-related organization, please contact Park Manager Dave Wahlgren.

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Cunningham Park Bowling Alley

Bowling Alleys

Keeping with the New England tradition of candlepin bowling, the first floor of the Hall features eight well-maintained bowling alleys available for Milton bowling clubs. Currently there are seven bowling clubs honing their skills during the fall, winter and spring. The clubs include:

Time Event
Monday PM Parents League
Tuesday AM St. Agatha's Women's League
Tuesday PM Cunningham Mens Bowling
Wednesday AM Open Bowling (9:30-11:30)
Wednesday PM Cunningham Mens Bowling
Friday AM Senior Bowling League
Friday PM Kupples Kline


All of these leagues welcome new bowlers. The candlepin facilities are also available for organized after-school activities for Milton students and other Milton Youth Groups.

Call Cunningham Park at 617-696-3263 for starting dates and more information.


Did you know?

Cunningham Park was established in 1904 to fulfill Mary A. Cunningham’s wish that her bequest be used “for the benefit of Milton residents.” Mary grew up in the house on Adam Street that is now the Forbes House Museum.