Casino resorts are sure bets in Biloxi, but for something off the beaten path, consider Biloxi’s incredible museums to host an offsite meeting or event.
From dinner on stage at the Grand Ole Opry to a birds-eye view of the Smoky Mountains in Gatlinburg, these Tennessee banquet views are a feast for the eyes.
Springfield, Illinois, is home to more than Abraham Lincoln attractions. Iconic Route 66 is famous for its Americana relics, and groups can explore a few of them. Read more.
Get some fresh air in between meetings in Michigan. Here are some quick group activities outdoors in Detroit, Lansing, Grand Rapids and Traverse City.
From a vintage motorcycle museum to a 33-acre garden, Birmingham, Alabama, boasts a variety of interesting meeting and event venues—and it’s ready to be your next southern destination.
From free parking to easy access, whether by plane or car, the suburbs just outside downtown Chicago are a convenient meeting destination. Planners will find recently renovated hotels equipped for meetings and events, as well as golfing, rooftop restaurants, a botanical garden and more.
Eastern Iowa has plenty of options when it comes to offsite venues, and some of its best provide a unique backdrop while highlighting the region’s past in ways that may surprise. If you’re looking for a venue away from the meeting property, hotel, convention or conference center, you can look to these four options for a little taste of the local culture, history and vibrancy.
Inspired by client demand and driven by innovation, these are the mega-projects and mega-deals creating the future Las Vegas. Plus, extended destinations for meetings, and why Vegas is right on the money for groups.
Texas’ expansive history is preserved in its many museums, detailing the achievements of astronauts, oilmen, pioneers and war heroes. Experience its storied past by hosting an event in one of seven state treasures. Read more.
On the road for meetings in October? Add a little spookiness to the agenda while convening in some of America’s most-haunted big cities. Here’s our recommendations for ghost tours in Savannah, Georgia; Portland, Oregon; New Orleans; San Diego; and Chicago.