Hall of State
The Hall of State: Our Greatest Asset
The Hall of State in Dallas’ Fair Park, is the “home” of the Dallas Historical Society.
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About the Hall of State
Built by the State of Texas for the 1936 Centennial Exposition, the Hall of State has hosted events honoring presidents, royalty, heads of state, and other dignitaries for over sixty years. Located just minutes from downtown Dallas, the Hall of State can be rented for private functions ranging from corporate dinners or meetings to weddings or gala social events.
Rental fees support the operations of the Dallas Historical Society and represent our single largest revenue stream. Imagine cocktails in the impressive Hall of Heroes followed by a sumptuous dinner in the Great Hall, dancing under the stars in clear tents set up on the front lawn, a stockholders meeting in the Margaret and Al Hill Lecture Hall, or a product launch in the Texas Rooms. The possibilities are endless and the event support services offered by our responsive team of experts assure every event to be a fabulous success.
For more information or to book the building for your next meeting or special event, email Nora Lenhart or call 214-421-4500 ext. 106.
The Hall of State was built in 1936, as part of the Texas Centennial Exposition.