Accessibility, walkability and that classic Midwestern friendliness and hospitality are some of the best attributes that Ohio cities have to offer meetings and conventions. Take Columbus, in central Ohio, which regularly hosts big meetings and citywides and has ample meeting space and hotels for groups of all sizes, while still offering a small-city feel. Head over to Cleveland and you’ll also find a robust infrastructure of meeting amenities, many of which have reaped the benefits of investments and renovations in recent years. Cincinnati, too, is an ideal spot for gathering, being within 500 miles of 60% of the U.S. population with a walkable convention district.

Groups will also love the opportunity to meet in some unique venues and museums throughout Ohio, one of the most famous being the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. 

See all that Ohio can offer your next meeting or event in the articles below.

7 Ohio Museums You Can Book for Special Events

From mingling among the instruments of the world’s greatest rock musicians to networking near art galleries of legends, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, offer a wealth of museums that promise unforgettable events.

COVID-19 Didn’t Slow Columbus Down

While meetings and conventions took a pause in 2020 due to the pandemic, Columbus didn’t stop working to ensure that when the time came to return to in-person meetings, planners and attendees had all the tools they needed for a successful event.