Arts and Culture
Transformed from a woolen mill into a boutique hotel in Amana, IA, Hotel Millwright is now open for business and offers over 8,000 square feet of meeting and event space.
Groups participating in the Virtual Floral Design Experience learn the fundamentals of floral care and design, along with step-by-step instructions for cutting, arranging and styling arrangements in various vase sizes and styles. Read more.
Austin and the Hill Country region are brimming with parks, wineries and wellness resorts that give meeting and event groups abundant chances to enjoy the outdoors. Read more.
From cinema and music to literature and art, New Jersey’s arts and culture venues make impressive sites for meetings and events. Here are five we love.
The meetings infrastructure in both Omaha and Council Bluffs are built on pillars of accessibility, affordability and Midwestern hospitality. Here are five charming venues for your next small group meeting or event.
From celebrated vintage theaters to world-renowned concert venues, Boston arts venues put on quite the show. Read more.
Western Canada has many industry specialties and intellectual capital that it can offer specific groups for in-depth learning and connections. Read this guide to choose the best city for your group.
From vineyards to Mount Vernon, add to your meeting or event with these noteworthy group activities in Fairfax, Loudoun County, Alexandria and Richmond.
From live entertainment and the performing arts to championship sports and themed festivals, the Metroplex produces true Texas events on a grand scale—and groups are always invited to the show. Read more.
The tourism promotion effort of Buffalo, New York, carries the tagline “Unexpected Buffalo,” and during a recent trip to the western Empire State city, Meetings Today got a taste of how the destination may surprise attendees with its eye-opening offerings. Read more.