The dining scene in Savannah, Georgia, is on the rise. These five unique offsite restaurants with private dining spaces can give your meeting groups a taste of the city’s cuisine.
From a WWII battleship and a regal mansion once owned by James Buchanan Duke to a beautifully restored barn, historic venues run the gamut in the Tarheel State. Read more.
Galveston, Texas, has a lot to offer for business travelers looking for entertainment, too. One-of-a-kind activities range from incredible historical experiences to great fun in the sun. Read more.
From celebrated vintage theaters to world-renowned concert venues, Boston arts venues put on quite the show. Read more.
From storied theatres to a Colonial-era garden, see where the past lives in the Georgia towns of Savannah, Atlanta, Macon, Athens and Sea Island.
Daring to dream is a defining New York quality, making the Empire State a cradle of imaginative venues and experiences for a wide range of group encounters. Read more.
Las Vegas News Bureau Archivist Kelly Luchs walks Meetings Today through the Bureau and the history of Vegas through images—plus explains how your group can partner with the Las Vegas News Bureau to cover your events present day. Read more.
From the Gilded Age mansions in the seaside city of Newport to the artful past of the capital, Providence, America’s smallest state can create a big impact. Wow attendees with these beautiful venues that come with an illustrious past. Learn more.
Hotels across the U.S. are opening in restored and renovated historic buildings that give the new properties a tie to the past. Here are four hotels that opened this past year in buildings that now have new life. Groups meeting onsite gain a glimpse into the destinations’ pasts while enjoying all the modern conveniences. Read more.
From Boston’s literary legacy and storied sports venues to revolutionary renaissance projects like Encore Boston Harbor, this historic American city’s spirit readies any meeting agenda for victory. Read more.