Don’t discount North Dakota for your next meeting. Bismarck is steeped in historic and noteworthy attractions, including Native American heritage sites and stops on the Lewis and Clark expedition. Find out how you can add these and more to your meeting agenda.


At just over 11 square miles, Newport may be small on the Rhode Island map, but don’t let its size fool you. This New England charmer is chock-full of character. When it comes to leaving unforgettable impressions on attendees, these six offsite venues and experiences are sure to please—from mansions and sailboats to a storied colonial fort.


Meeting planners may be forgiven for not recognizing Wichita, Kansas, as a multifaceted meetings destination now brimming with cultural institutions and downtown dining and brewpub options for delegates. Explore its many arts facilities and offsite venues for meetings.


One of Washington's most appealing aspects is its scenic beauty, and it’s the focus of many group tours. We rounded up the nine best excursions planners can consider for after-meeting downtime, like a waterborne wine tour or a snowshoe adventure at Mount Rainier National Park.

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