For event planners on a budget, taking care of business while giving their attendees opportunities to explore a city can be difficult. Luckily, there are a whole host of free group activities available in Austin, Texas, from touring the Texas State Capitol to catching a free concert at Zilker Park—all conveniently located near the Austin Convention Center and hotels.
Whether meeting in northern Kentucky or its biggest city, read on for all the ways to incorporate the spirit of the Bluegrass state into your event agenda after sundown.
With $5 billion in developments across Milwaukee, the city’s neighborhoods are dramatically transforming. One neighborhood seeing a resurgence is Westown, which has become the entertainment, sports and convention hub or the city before, during and after events.
Top ranked on TripAdvisor and Yelp!, Lip Smacking Foodie tours help eliminate the guesswork on where to dine in town, sniffing out the best signature dishes and new eats.
Montana has plenty of wide-open spaces, including nine National Park Service areas, so it’s no surprise that infusing wellness and relaxation into a meetings retreat is not hard in Big Sky County. From relaxing at natural hot springs to equestrian therapy, here are four places where groups can take advantage of the state’s beauty and nature.
These prominent chefs of Key West that specialize in group dining give us the dish on their freshest eats and how they use local seafood in their menus.
Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, Colorado Springs is visually stunning. Attendees meeting here already count on visits to natural wonders, including Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods, but the manmade arts scene is just as impressive.
Fort Worth, Texas, is perhaps the most iconic of Old West destinations, with a cowboy heritage shining through in its working Fort Worth Stockyards, a must-visit site for leisure travelers and meeting delegates alike. But many may not know that Fort Worth is a world-class arts and museum town with event-ready fine arts institutions.
Meetings and events are anything but boring when hosted in one of these unique venues in New Jersey. Casino resorts in Atlantic City and a museum housed in a historic mansion in Morristown are just a few of the many sites you should host your next event in the Garden State.
Five new food experiences of Oahu and Kauai are rooted in Hawaii’s rich heritage. Take Michelle Obama’s favorite organic farm, jammin’ preserves, a hip food tour and one of the world’s largest coffee plantations.