TownHall Texas is the perfect rustic venue for your wedding or event!

We are a unique, family-owned and -operated rustic wedding and event venue located on 10 acres, just 5 miles East of The Woodlands.  Lone Star Hall, our existing barn, has a familiar dance hall feel and our amazing outdoor space feels like your own backyard.


Bring the family and go fishing in our stocked 2-acre pond or bring kites for the kids to enjoy in our large open field.  Our existing barn, Lone Star Hall, is the perfect place to come inside, cool down, and enjoy a little two-stepping for up to 100 guests!  Our brand new San Jacinto Hall has a modern farmhouse feel and can accommodate up to 250 guests! You can view how all of the construction went here: San Jacinto Hall Construction Updates.


Our goal is to be as flexible as possible in order to make things easier for you while you plan that special wedding, unforgettable party, corporate team-building, or other incredible event!  All of our pricing informationavailable dates, and frequently asked questions can be found right here!  If you still have a question or would like to schedule a time to come out and take a look around, please complete our contact form or book a tour here!

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History of TownHall Texas

TownHall Texas is owned by Carey and Jana Jordan and managed by Stephanie Jordan, their daughter-in-law.  As a family business, it is our goal to make you feel like a part of the TownHall family!  We're here to help throughout your planning process and aim to make your event as amazing as you've dreamed it will be.


Since 2000 when Carey and Jana purchased the 10-acre property on Sleepy Hollow, it has transitioned from possible homestead to man cave to music venue to its current state as one of the best and most convenient rustic wedding and event venues in the Houston area.  Our white storage barn next to the groom's cabin is the only original building on the property.  Everything else we've added over the years, including digging our 2-acre pond around the island where the palapa sits.


In 2005, when the original 30' x 30' part of the barn was built, a few of Carey's friends decided TownHall would be the perfect place for their new band to practice.  Band practices quickly turned into open mic nights and "Friday Night Jams".  Mix in a few concerts here and there, including a 10-week concert series one summer, and you've covered the first 5 years of TownHall's history.

As things got busier for the Jana and Carey, they considered no longer pursuing any events at TownHall, music or otherwise.  It was then that a couple was hired to transition the business to its current status as a rustic wedding and event venue.


In February 2014, Stephanie took over managing the business.  Since then, we've started advertising, doing bridal shows, and really trying to get our name out there.  We've also made more updates to the property to make it more functional for all of the weddings and events that we now host.  Some of these changes include our outdoor bar area, the addition of sidewalks, updated palapa (structure and deck), the bride's cabin, and the open air chapel.

Our newest addition, San Jacinto Hall, is a huge and exciting step for our business!  We can now accommodate additional guests in a different style than the laid-back dance hall feel of Lone Star Hall.  


We are growing like crazy and so excited you are here with us!  We are constantly adapting and improving to make your experience at TownHall better.  Have any suggestions for what you'd like to see?  Let us know!