The Club

Located at No. Seven and No. Eight Park Street (formerly the homes of John Amory Lowell and Abbott Lawrence, steps from the State House, the Union Club is a vibrant social club cherished by members and their guests seeking friendship, fun social events, memorable experiences and community in Boston.

From its inception, The Union Club of Boston has been characterized by forward thinking.  Our founding members didn't restrict themselves to a single political party, but drew in all those willing to support the Union Cause in the Civil War: Republicans, Democrats, and Abolitionists alike.  Then we became the first male club in the city to welcome women as members, years before such equity was the norm.

Today we are forging new traditions in the spirit of these values.  We offer an impressive array of social events, food tastings, music, unique speakers and more to satiate the palate, social and professional interests and intellectual curiosity of our membership.

Club Life