Fair Park - City of Dallas
1300 Robert B Cullum Blvd, Dallas, TX

Fair Park - City of Dallas

1300 Robert B Cullum Blvd
at Grand
Dallas, TX 75210
Neighborhood: The Cedars/ Fair Park
1300 Robert B Cullum Blvd
at Grand
Dallas, TX 75210
Neighborhood: The Cedars/ Fair Park

Maximum Capacity: 28940 people
Availability
Fair Park … A Cultural and Entertainment Center … is a division of the Dallas Park and Recreation Department. Located two miles east of downtown Dallas, Fair Park is home to nine museums and six performance facilities, including the Music Hall, Smirnoff Music Centre, Band Shell and the Cotton Bowl Stadium. This National Historic Landmark has the largest collection of 1930s Art Deco exposition style architecture in the United States located on 277 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. Special features include the Leonhardt Lagoon, Texas Vietnam Memorial and Smith Fountain. Over 749,000 square feet of enclosed space can be leased for conferences, exhibits, markets, festivals and sporting events. Over six million people visit Fair Park annually for ticketed events with 3 million attending the State Fair of Texas for three weeks each fall. Fair Park is a 227-acre National Historic Landmark, owned by the City of Dallas and operated under the management of Fair Park Administration a division of the Park and Recreation Department.

Fair Park Administration also has over 500,000 sq. ft. of outdoor malls, plazas and festival areas for your special event needs. Ask about festival, concert, and sports indoor/outdoor options. There are over 9,000 parking spaces inside Fair Park and an additional 3,000 paved parking spaces adjacent to the park.

Fair Park is one of Dallas' hidden treasures. It is a central location to spend the day relaxing and learning about the rich history of the city. There is more to Fair Park than just a great place to walk, visit a museum or attend a live performance – the art and architecture are among the finest in the nation. Designated a National Historic Landmark, Fair Park has the largest collection of 1930s Art Deco architecture in the United States and is the only unaltered pre-1950s World's Fair site in the nation.
There are nine museums and six performance halls located at Fair Park, including the Science Place and The Women's Museum. There are over 749,000 square feet of covered space that can be used for conferences, exhibits, markets, festivals and sporting events. Fair Park has a wealth of history, art and stunning architecture.
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Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — The Band Shell is an open-air amphitheater with 3,800 permanent seats and a seating capacity of 4,500.

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Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — The Band Shell is an open-air amphitheater with 3,800 permanent seats and a seating capacity of 4,500.Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — Centennial Hall is a 94,500 sq. ft. exhibition hall.Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — The Food & Fiber Pavilion is a 25,000 sq. ft. exhibit hall.Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — The Tower Building is a 40,000 sq. ft. exhibition hall … recently completely demolished and rebuilt back to the 1936 configuration.Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — "Fair Park is one of Dallas" historical treasures.  It is a wonderful place to spend a Saturday afternoon exploring the art and architecture that Fair Park has to offer.  Dallas' rich and meaningful history is visible in every building, mural and sculpture in Fair Park," said Eddie Hueston, former executive general manager of Fair Park.

The State Fair of Texas has been held at Fair Park since 1886 when the Dallas State Fair Board of Directors voted to purchase 80 acres of land and established the fairgrounds.  Now the largest annual state fair in the United States, the State Fair of Texas is the largest tenant of Fair Park.Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — Fair Park, a National Historic Landmark, is home to an extraordinary collection of 1930s Art Deco art and architecture. From the mysterious Woofus statue to the beautiful restored murals and gold-leafed eagle atop the Tower Building, the treasures of the past are an awe-inspiring treat for visitors of today.

A National Treasure
Two miles east of downtown Dallas on 277 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds.  Millions visit annually to attend museums, musicals, markets, festivals, sporting events and the State Fair of Texas.
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Automobile BuildingPhotos Available
Exhibit Hall Max Capacity: 8000 people 84000 sq ft 7803.9 sq meter
Automobile Building, Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — Automobile/ Esplanade
Automobile/ Esplanade

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Automobile Building, Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — Automobile/ EsplanadeAutomobile Building, Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — Esplanade/ Automobile outdoor eventAutomobile Building, Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — car showAutomobile Building, Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — Automobile layoutAutomobile Building, Fair Park - City of Dallas, Dallas — Mural
The Automobile Building is an 84,000 sq. ft. exhibition hall. The column-free exhibit hall can be used for exhibits, concerts, conventions, meetings, tradeshows, parties, indoor sports, and antique/collectible shows.
Supported Layouts and Capacities
Banquet - 10 per
Capacity: 6300 People
Theater
Capacity: 8000 People
Banquet - 8 per
Capacity: 6000 People
Trade Show - 8 x 10
Capacity: 475 People
Classroom - 18"
Capacity: 4800 People
Chevron - 18"
Capacity: 3800 People
Trade Show - 10 x 10
Capacity: 380 People
Reception
Capacity: 7600 People
Amenities
  • Air Conditioned
  • Video Conferencing
Features
  • Atmosphere/Decor: Ideal for Exhibitions, Tradeshows Performances, Markets Conventions, Galas, Festivals, Indoor Sports, Car Shows, Concerts, Antique Shows, Fairs
  • Audio Visual: No AV available
  • Ceiling Height (in feet): 34
  • Ceiling Height (in meters): 10.4
  • Number of Green Rooms: 4
  • Space Size (Length x Width) in feet: 750 X 112
  • Space Size (Length x Width) in meters: 228.6 X 34.1376
  • Special Features: Two large load-in areas,Grand entrance porticos from Esplanade, Long Hall, Column Free, Art Deco Exterior- Monuments, Production Offices w/ Private Restrooms, Heat/ Air, 58 men- 47 women restrooms stalls
  • Total Square Feet: 84,000
  • Total Square Meters: 7,803.9
Band ShellPhotos Available
Amphitheatre Max Capacity: 4500 people
Centennial HallPhotos Available
Exhibit Hall Max Capacity: 8500 people 94000 sq ft 8732.9 sq meter
Embacadero BuildingPhotos Available
Exhibit Hall Max Capacity: 2200 people 27000 sq ft 2508.4 sq meter
Exhibit Hall - Creative Arts Building
Exhibit Hall 17000 sq ft 1579.4 sq meter
Food & Fiber PavilionPhotos Available
Exhibit Hall Max Capacity: 2000 people 25000 sq ft 2322.6 sq meter
Outdoor and Indoor Event Space - Creative Arts Building
General Event Space 500000 sq ft 46451.5 sq meter
Theatre - Creative Arts Building
Theater Max Capacity: 240 people
Tower Building and RotundaPhotos Available
Exhibit Hall Max Capacity: 3500 people 40000 sq ft 3716.1 sq meter
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