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. Together with the Museum’s exclusive caterer, Food Glorious Food, we provide a thoughtful, professional service that creates a meaningful and unforgettable experience for you and your guests.

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The heart of the Museum, offering an elegant backdrop with a striking grand staircase and impressive brick and copper architecture. This space is located on the first floor of the Museum, with plenty of space for both seated events and mingling. The lobby is 3,010 sq. ft. and has the capacity for 165 people for a seated dinner, up to 210 people for a standing reception, and up to 200 people for theater-style dining.

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Ideal for meetings, trainings, panel discussions, and workshops, these spaces are fully equipped with audio/visual capabilities, powered tables, and floor-to-ceiling whiteboards. Movable walls allow this multi-purpose space to transform from one to two classrooms. As a single room, the classroom space is 802 sq. ft. and has the capacity for 43 people. Combined, the space is 1604 sq. ft. and has the capacity for 86 people.

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Cinemark Theater

Guests enjoy a cinematic viewing experience with a wall-to-wall screen, 100% digital projection and sound, and recording and simulcasting capabilities. Screens are set behind a generously sized stage that can be customized for film screenings, presentations, and conferences. The Cinemark Theater is 3,704 sq. ft. and can accommodate up to 250 people.


Connected to the Lobby, this is a perfect space for an intimate outside gathering or cocktail hour before a seated dinner. The location features This Place, Everywhere (2019), a magnificent, site-commissioned sculpture created by Texas artist James Surls. The courtyard is 4,000 sq. ft. and can accommodate up to 280 people.

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Covered Terrace

An alternative outdoor option located on the second floor with stunning unobstructed views of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and Margaret McDermott Bridge. The terrace is 2,200 sq. ft. and can accommodate up to 242 people.

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Elevate your event:

  • Presentation led by Museum educators or the Museum’s Speakers Bureau.
  • Private, docent-led tour of the permanent exhibition.
  • Dimensions in Testimony℠ interactive, digital experience with a Holocaust survivor.
  • Museum membership discount opportunity for your guests.

An Immersive, Interactive Journey Unlike Any Other

Please join us for a visit. Unforgettable doesn't begin to describe the experience.