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Located on Turtle Creek Boulevard, this historic
building is the centerpiece of a beautiful fifteenacre
park and can accommodate events for as
few as ten and as many as 1,000 guests. The
flexibility of Arlington Hall and its manicured
grounds makes it one of the most desirable
venues in the state of Texas.
Bomb Factory's multiflex layout comfortably
accommodates groups as small as 150 and as
large as 4,300. Bomb Factory is available for
daily to weekly rentals, hosting anything from
an intimate happy hour to a multi-day corporate
Toyota Music Factory is a world-class entertainment destination as diverse as the world of music itself. With its central location in Irving, TX, Toyota Music Factory is the soul of the entire DFW Metroplex, bringing an energy that will
satisfy any taste in food, music, and movies.
Located in Dallas's Historic West End District, the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is an impressive location for a corporate or social event. The Museum's unique combination of history and human rights offers guests a beautiful
and awe-inspiring venue for a memorable event. Learn More
Knight Sky is an indoor/outdoor Dallas private event venue featuring a rooftop deck with stunning skyline views of downtown Dallas. With exceptional style and unmatched views of the city, it is the perfect setting for corporate meetings or
receptions, private social gatherings, rehearsal dinners, weddings, and nonprofit events.
The Venue at 400 North Ervay offers a luxuriously
modern setting with a rich history. It is the perfect
location for a wedding ceremony and reception,
bridal luncheon and shower or a corporate event.
The Venue offers multiple spaces for groups large
The Hillside Estate is a French inspired luxury wedding venue that offers a personalized experience for those who want to celebrate the special times in their lives in the most fabulous way. The 17,000 square foot estate is located on 16
acres that is nestled among rolling hills with scenic views of the valley and lake.
Canton Hall is an event space / concert hall located at the corner of Canton & Crowdus St, right next to the Bomb Factory in Deep Ellum. It is he latest venture from Clint and Whitney Barlow, the team that breathed life back into Deep Ellum
staples Trees & The Bomb Factory.
Your special day deserves a special venue and Cathedral of Hope is that place. Our main sanctuary and the Interfaith Peace Chapel are beautiful, flexible spaces that will inspire your guests and create a memory you will never forget.
The Cavanaugh Flight Museum in North Dallas / Addison offers a departure from the ordinary for almost any type of event.
Our facility is perfect for Progressive Events, offering 50,000 square feet of Indoor/Outdoor event space.
With over 35,000 square feet of space available, groups of five to 500 can be accommodated in grand style! Whether you're seeking an intimate setting in the museum gallery or a nostalgic dining or dancing experience under the wings of a
vintage 1940's DC-3 airplane, it will be a night your guests will never forget!
The Frontiers of Flight Museum is located at the southeastern corner of Dallas Love Field Airport on Lemmon Avenue. The dramatically designed 100,000-square-foot facility, opened in June 2004, houses over 30 aircraft and space vehicles, over
a dozen themed exhibits, a 200-seat auditorium, dedicated classrooms and conference rooms, and a children's discovery area.
The White Sparrow is a beautiful, vintage white barn wedding venue located in Union Valley, Texas. It is nestled in an open field surrounded by huge oak trees and all the nature God would allow. The grounds have a rustic, country charm that
host flower gardens, a grove, an old feed shed and even a swing. With all the perfect rustic details, The White Sparrow is the perfect wedding venue to host your Union Valley wedding.
"Marju, David, yourself, and the rest of the team there were wonderful." Sarah Kee Certified Wedding & Event Planner
The Schoolhouse is versatile venue for weddings, celebrations, and corporate events!
Built in 1923, the Eagle Ford School proudly educated hundreds of North Texas students, including a young Bonnie Parker of the infamous Bonnie & Clyde.
The building was beautifully and lovingly renovated, embracing its vintage roots (gothic revival architecture) while adding the perfect modern twists like two private suites and an outdoor ceremony area.
Whether you want a rehearsal dinner or reception in the uniquely oval-shaped Gene and Jerry Jones Great Hall, the Museum provides striking and sophisticated settings for events of all kinds. The intimate Algur H. Meadows Founder's Room is
an available space that is conducive to small board meetings, private dinners, and receptions. For panel discussions, film screenings, and lectures, there is the Bob and Jean Smith Auditorium, which is equipped with the latest audio-visual
Constructed in 1920, the Oak Cliff Masonic Lodge #705 was designed by prominent Dallas architect Herbert M. Greene (Belo Mansion, Dallas National Bank building). Almost 100 years later, the building has been thoughtfully reimagined into a
special event venue like no other in Dallas. Rich details and a variety of textures allow you to experience intimacy and grandeur in one beautiful venue, making your event possibilities limitless.
What a great place to have a catered event. The Design District is a neighborhood in central Dallas, Texas, just northwest of Downtown. It is bordered by I-35E on the north and east, Wycliff Avenue and the Trinity River levee on the west, and
Continental Avenue on the south. It is a vibrant live-work-play community comprised of upscale galleries, showrooms, restaurants & luxury living.
Fort Worth has fantastic catering locations. As one visitor says, "unpretentious, laid-back, and charismatic in all the right ways." For a weekend, a business meeting, sports or family reunion, Fort Worth offers experiences to last a