WHERE FORM MEETS FUNCTION


The Belo boasts an atmosphere for conducting business that is unmatched in the city. As few as 10 or as many as 1,000 guests can gather for breakfast meetings, luncheons, receptions, or elegant dinner affairs. The Belo Mansion’s grand setting in the heart of the Dallas Arts District is a most appropriate location, as we celebrate our skill in the culinary arts alongside the city’s finest representatives of the visual and performing arts.


Married couple smile as they cut the wedding cake

Business speaker points to the audience


Bride in flowing gown walking down the mansion’s staircase

HISTORY


Your event at The Belo Mansion & Pavilion will be an unforgettable celebration foryou and your guests in the most beautiful venue in the city. Every special event at the Belo Mansion adds another very special chapter to its ever expanding history.

Designed in the neo-classical revival style, the Belo Mansion was built in the late 1800’s by Colonel Alfred Horatio Belo, who founded the Dallas Morning News. The house was said to be constructed after the family home in Salem, North Carolina, and conceived as a tribute to Colonel Belo’s wife, Nettie.

In 1977, the Colonel’s granddaughter, Helen Belo Morrison, agreed to sell the property to the Dallas Bar Association. She had been born in the house in 1902 and felt the Bar’s plan to restore the home as the Dallas Legal Education Center was in accordance with family principles and feelings. The Dallas Bar Association connected the historic home and added a chapel with an expansive, glass-roofed atrium. In 2003, The Dallas Bar Association added the exquisite Pavilion and once again, the expansive past was linked to the present and future through innovative design and distinctive architecture.



BELO MANSION & PAVILION

2101 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75201
214.220.0239
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