Lee Park and Arlington Hall Conservancy
The LPAH Conservancy operates and manages Arlington Hall and Lee Park for the City of Dallas. Arlington Hall was built as a 2/3rds replica of Robert E. Lee's Arlington House in Virginia.
The Conservancy led a public/private $3 million campaign to renovate and expand Arlington Hall which was reopened in January, 2003 as an elegant venue for weddings, receptions, luncheons, dinners and events of all kinds and sizes. Another $3 million has been raised to restore Lee Park with new plantings, pathways, lighting, and structures that make it a desirable location for events, or simple walks or picnics on the grounds.
In addition to the maintenance and operation of Lee Park and Arlington Hall, The Conservancy presents numerous cultural programs and events for the community in both venues.
HoursThere are no set hours for Arlington Hall. It is not open to the public. It must be rented for a particular event. Lee Park is non-fenced park which is accessible at all times.
AdmissionLee Park is accessible at all times, free of charge. Arlington Hall is open for community and member events put on by The Lee Park Conservancy, and to those who book events there. The fee structure varies by day, time, season and size of the event