The backdrops to some of Hollywood’s most famous movies can double as the site of your next event. From Iron Man and The Shining to Shawshank Redemption, read on for nine famous movie filming locations you can host an event at in real life.
Connecticut’s performing and visual art venues help tell the history of the region and bring performers, artists and works of art to the area. Many of these can host events, too. From Hartford area to the historic seaside town of Mystic these art venues will wow creative-minded attendees.
Aurora, Colorado, is expanding rapidly and so are its off-site event venue options. Popular spaces include two updated airplane hangars, a state park lake house and a scenic golf course.
The cities in North Carolina’s Triangle region—Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill—are home to a wealth of cultural venues and experiences for groups, from storied performing arts theaters to renovated industrial spaces.
Raleigh is known as the “Smithsonian of the South” for its free-admission museums. For groups with passions for art and culture, Raleigh’s museums make for a welcome activity after meetings. They can also stand in as alternative offsite event venues.
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.
Aventri, the event management software company, published its 2019 report of Top Meeting and Event Venues in the United States.
These seven outstanding rooftop bars for private events will add levity to any occasion with open-air environments, dramatic city skyline views and high-end food and drink.
From a rooftop bar in downtown El Paso to art galleries in Midland and Abilene, bring a little extra Texas flair to your next meeting or event with these six distinct Lone Star venues.