The Historic Fullerton Ballroom, in lovely downtown Fullerton CA, is conveniently located across from the Fullerton Train Station. Built in 1927, our venue has special charm and elegance of days gone by. The perfect venue for banquets, wedding receptions, birthday parties, quinceañeras, anniversary parties, holiday parties, and special events of all types. The stage in the main ballroom is a great place to showcase a band, concert or play. Along with private parties, our venue is an excellent location for corporate and business meetings, training seminars and workshops.
Ballroom Rental Information and Pricing
Please see our Rental Questions Page to answer frequently asked questions. If you would like a tour of the facility please see our Contact Page and call the ballroom directly to make an appointment. We look forward to showing you our beautiful, historic ballroom.
Within the Historic Fullerton Ballroom is an active Dancesport Center (dance studio) where you can learn to tango, waltz, salsa, foxtrot, cha cha, rumba, quickstep and more. Private dance lessons and group classes are taught daily for adults and children (no partner required). Fullerton Dancesport Center also specializes in teaching wedding dances. Your first dance as husband & wife can be choreographed to your favorite song especially for you.
This 3-story brick building was built in 1927 by Oliver S. Compton Hall. For many of the early years the 1st floor was occupied by the United States Post Office and a food locker. The 2nd & 3rd floors were used for meeting and activity space by the Odd Fellows and other local patriotic and fraternal organizations. Legend has it that the 3rd floor was used as a speakeasy during prohibition. The building was sold in the late 1940s to the Williams Family who established the Williams Company, a successful camping equipment, military surplus, uniforms and clothing store. Although the Williams Company store closed many years ago, the Williams Family continues to own, and operate the building today. In 2001 renovations began to equip the building for its current use. Restaurants are conveniently located on the 1st floor and the 2nd and 3rd floors are used as dance studios and banquet facilities. The 2nd floor main ballroom is truly the highlight of the entire building with a 22' ceiling, arched windows, vast hardwood dance floor and detailed wood work around the stage and throughout the entire room. This grand ballroom is appropriately named 'The Fullerton Room'. Each room within the 2nd & 3rd floor is named for prominent individuals responsible for helping develop the area, and city of Fullerton. All of the renovations and upgrades have been carefully done to maintain the elegance, and character of this Nationally Registered Historic building.