Create Memories Rich in History and Charm
When it was completed in 1875, the Collin County Courthouse was considered the tallest building in Texas north of San Antonio. The grand building featured a steep mansard roof with patterned shingles and decorative cut stone. In 1927, the Courthouse was drastically remodeled in the neoclassical style and served as a functioning courthouse until 1979. After sitting vacant for nearly 25 years, the building re-opened as McKinney Performing Arts Center on March 31, 2006. MPAC is in operation seven days a week and provides guests with experiences rich in history and culture. MPAC is located in the center of McKinney’s downtown square and adjacent to a historical neighborhood filled with Victorian, Queen Anne and Craftsman style homes.
Photo progression of the building 1875, 1927, Modern Day
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Recommended by 99% of couples
Ayonna · Married on 12/01/2018
Excellent people to work with, beautiful venue, great price!!!Sent on 12/30/2018
User4782734 · 2+ years ago
Rebecca was wonderful to work with. They set up the tables and chairs and it was wonderful. Everything was great and they were extremely helpful the entire night.Sent on 10/25/2015
Jessica · Married on 08/09/2014
We were very happy having our ceremony & reception at MPAC. The Events Coordinator made it super easy; she responded to e-mails quickly, she took care of things for us, and was willing to switch things around for us. The main reason we really looked into MPAC was because of the price. We were blown away by how inexpensive it was to rent out rooms. Though, it can be "inexpensive," at least in comparison. It was SO worth the money spent. You get a lot for the money spent.Sent on 08/17/2014
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MPAC is a fantastic and unique venue right in the heart of historic downtown McKinney! The building has many rooms to choose from and offers clients something different from the norm. The history and ambiance of this location lends a special flair to any celebration!