Affectionately known as “Old Red,” this 1892 Romanesque courthouse served as the center of Dallas County life and government. Within its sandstone and granite walls, meetings were conducted, marriages performed and justice was served. Today it is the perfect location for any social gathering, meeting or celebration.
The Dallas Museum of Art is among the 10 largest art museums in the country. The Museum has a global collection, which encompasses more than 24,000 works. Located in the arts district. The Museum acts as a catalyst for community creativity, engaging people of all ages and backgrounds with a diverse spectrum of programming.
The beautiful restored historic ballroom has natural wood floors, antique chandeliers, and 30-foot ceilings with 15-foot widows on three sides for great views. This 6,000 square foot ballroom will accommodate up to 320 people and is the perfect facility for wedding receptions, celebrations, or corporate events. The room can be set in banquet, clarrsoom or theatre configurations. For questions and booking inquiries, please contact us.
The Pegasus Grand Ballroom. Located adjacent to the hotel in the art deco style Dallas Power & Light Building, itself a landmark, this ballroom wedding venue is nothing short of magnificent. The Pegasus Room features 18-foot ceilings while sumptuous draperies with LED up lighting lend an elegant backdrop. This Dallas wedding location comprises more than 3,500 square feet and can accommodate up to 225 guests for weddings and receptions.