Arts and Culture
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.
Museums, public murals and arts festivals are just some of the many ways groups can experience the thriving arts scene in Kansas City. Read for six inspiring art experiences for groups convening in the city.
Las Vegas entertainment industry experts show how meeting and event planners can tap into the city’s wealth of performers to add excitement to their events. Read more.
Present-day visitors to Texas can travel back in time to experience the state’s history through these six event-capable, historic spots.
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.
Tucson received an UNESCO designation in 2015 as America’s first City of Gastronomy and has been a culinary leader ever since. Read on for seven ways groups can savor the Arizona city’s Sonoran cuisine.
San Antonio has many unique offsite venues for meetings and events. The historic Alamo and other popular tourist attractions double as event venues, including San Antonio Botanical Garden and the Witte Museum. Read on for all the options.
As Savannah’s convention center prepares to expand, so do the up-and-coming city’s unique groups venues and experiences. Read more for a roundup of the best ways for visiting meetings delegates to experience Savannah, Georgia.
Institute for Music Leadership Director James Doser explains how art and music are central to the ongoing revitalization of Rochester, New York.
If you’re meeting in Lincoln, Nebraska, the Haymarket neighborhood should be your home base. Its modern amenities mixed with historic charm delivers everything your attendees are looking for.