Special Venues

August 2019

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.

August 2019

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.

August 2019

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.

July 2019

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.

May 2019

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.

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