6 Dallas venues that will wow your clients
Dallas is home to some of the most impressive meeting spaces in Texas. The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas is ranked among the top convention centers in the nation, and many Dallas hotels are well-equipped to host exceptional events of all sizes. But if you’re looking for something truly unique, Dallas has plenty of that too.
Here are some of our favorites:
The Eyeball Lawn at Joule
Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, across from the luxurious Joule Hotel, you’ll find a larger-than-life eye sculpture of Tony Tasset. The sculpture sits on a lush green lawn surrounded by views of the cityscape, perfect for events of all sizes.
Built in 1939 and modeled after one of the most spectacular mansions in the South, this expansive meeting space has hosted everyone from former President Franklin D. Roosevelt to musician Stevie Ray Vaughan. The Great Hall can accommodate events for up to 500 people. For an event under the stars, there is a 15-acre lawn, an intimate formal garden and two terraces.
The Deep Ellum Factory
Dallas’ Deep Ellum neighborhood is all about live music and nightlife, and the neighborhood’s top spot is 50,000 square feet. The Deep Ellum factory. Able to accommodate over 4,000 guests, the Factory Ballroom can accommodate everything from fashion shows to trade shows. Your guests will feel like rock stars as they share the same stage where the Dave Matthews Band and the Ramones played.
Tower of Reunion
Sitting 500 feet above the city, the Reunion Tower offers stunning views and unique event space. At Cloud 9 Café, the floor rotates 360 degrees every hour, giving everyone in your party a chance to take in the awe-inspiring views of the Dallas skyline. Located one floor below, the observation deck, GeO-Deck, can be rented for private events. It’s a unique place to network and explore Dallas with the tower’s powerful telescopes and high-definition zoom cameras.
Perot Nature and Science Museum
Where else can your guests race a T. Rex, catch a private screening of a National Geographic 3D documentary, and marvel at life-size dinosaur fossils, all while toasting and dining with colleagues and new friends? Treat your guests to the reign of the entire Perot Museum of Nature and Science for a night they will never forget.
Terry Black’s BBQ
Barbecue is its own food group in Texas, but instead of bringing your meeting a barbecue, why not bring your meeting to the barbecue? Terry Black’s BBQ at Deep Ellum offers a wide variety of Texas BBQ’s, as well as event space for groups of all sizes.