Springdale Station, a historic train station moved to East Austin in the 1980’s, has been recently converted into a charming event venue. The stained glass windows, brass lamps, and beautiful ticket counter, and old money drawer sprinkle the site. Outside of the building sits a railroad crossing signal and a decommissioned rail line covered by an antique awning. Nestled alongside an industrial setting, this architectural gem perches in a beautiful field as if it were a time capsule.
In the summer of 2016, Springdale Station opened to the public, as an event venue, a one of a kind space to host parties, receptions, fundraisers, weddings, and community events. The historic Pine Street Station was moved from downtown onto the site in July of 2016 and is currently under construction, scheduled to be open in the coming months for additional event space.
We are hosting a special happy hour open house on Wednesday, July 12th to welcome event planners, caterers, florists, brides and grooms to be, corporate party planners, and any and all folks interested in new and exciting event spaces. We will be serving drinks and light bites.
We will have a photo presentation of our new building set to open this fall, photos of past events, informal tours of the site, and plenty of opportunities to ask questions and find out more about what makes this event space so special.
The open house features light bites from Chef Vi's Catering, Royal Fig Catering, Austin Catering, Urban Cowboy Catering, 2 Dine 4 Catering, and Primizie Catering. Drinkslingers will be pouring cocktails in our beauitfully lit bar area.
Gorgeous furnishings and lounge spaces will be provided by 10th Collection. Stunning floral arrangements will sprinkle the venue thanks to both Malleret Designs and The Last Petal.
Lisa Hause will be hosting a charming photo booth in front of our vintage train station ticket counter in collaboration with The Vintage Tea Party. Event photography will be furnished by Rachael Hall.
Please come and bring a friend. To RSVP, email [email protected]
Moya McIntyre, Owner