It’s an added perk to hold your events at places that attendees actually want to travel to. Whether it’s a venue with beauty, elegance, or a unique location, putting that extra touch into your event locale really makes a difference.
That’s why we love our venues with a touch of history to them. Your guests can enjoy relishing in the historical significance of their surroundings whether your event is celebratory, recreational, or all business. Plus, our top picks not only have historical relevance, they offer everything you need: technology, culinary, and professional teams at the ready to assure everything runs smoothly.
Founded in 1836, the Oxford College of Emory University in Oxford, GA features historically rich Victorian architecture. It can accommodate up to 400 attendees in 61 flexible meeting rooms. There are also overnight accommodations for up to 900. A stunning and unique feature at Oxford is the lush and flourishing campus quadrangle “temple in the trees,” sure to wow your attendees. Oxford College also offers competitive pricing to help stretch your budget for your event.
Kenyon College in Gambier, OH founded in 1824 is the oldest private college in Ohio. Considered one of the country’s most beautiful campuses, this thousand-acre campus is on the National Register of Historic Places. Incorporate a piece of history into your adult social event, corporate meeting, camp, conference, or wedding. Kenyon can accommodate up to 1,000 guests in their 90 unique spaces, including overnight.
Vanderbilt University, in Nashville, TN was founded in 1873 and was named in honor of New York shipping and rail magnate, Cornelius Vanderbilt. It is located in a breathtaking national arboretum that will amaze your guests. Vanderbilt is also proud of its LEED certified buildings, the nationally recognized benchmark of high-performance green buildings. Consider Vanderbilt for your conference, retreat, business meeting, or wedding. Vanderbilt can accommodate up to 1,400 in their over 100 meeting spaces, including overnight.
|Oxford College of Emory University
New Haven, CT
|American University Washington
College of Law
|University of St. Thomas
Minneapolis & St. Paul, MN
|Salve Regina University