"Now join hands, and with your hands your hearts."
- William Shakespeare
SPECIAL OCCASIONS CALL FOR A SPECIAL VENUE
The Scottish Rite Library & Museum is a Neo-Classical Revival structure designed by Hubbell and Greene Architects of Dallas in 1907. Architectural development from the greatest of the Egyptian Kings to Colonial America is represented in this National Historic Landmark located in the heart of downtown Dallas.
All areas of our Museum contain artifacts from another age, transporting your guests to a time of graceful elegance, detailed craftsmanship, and functional beauty.
Welcome your guests with a grand entrance to the elegant Main Foyer, featuring gleaming marble floors and columns.
Two wide staircases ascend from the entrance lobby for ample access to the 3rd Floor Auditorium and historic lodge rooms.
Brides and their ladies prepare for their special day in our rich Victorian Parlor. Original silk and wool luxurious carpeting, antiques and artwork echo elegance.
The Groom and his Groomsmen gather on the first floor in our Heritage Lounge. The ultimate "man cave" complete with TV, billiard tables, cooler and bar area, and game tables. The men are "out of sight" but "on site" for uncomplicated access.
Lavishly ornate and spacious, our Louis XIV ballroom can host a ceremony and reception; or, just a reception.
Buffet or plated dining options allow brides and grooms to customize their envisioned atmosphere - from nightclub to country club ...or something in between.
In a setting original to the building, our Library is a modified Gothic "Old World" styled room.
Our spectacular Auditorium is surrounded by hand-painted decor in ancient style.
Plush, comfortable seating for up to 435 guests.
A wide center aisle and proscenium stage make for a stunning and dramatic ceremony.