From beautiful birds to giant gems, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas provides a truly unique venue for any meeting or group event. This holiday season, the museum is sweetening the deal with a lineup of festive events, including the “Birds of Paradise” and “Giant Gems of the Smithsonian” exhibits, the Winter Wonderland Sleepover and extended hours over winter break.
Philadelphia is solidfying itself as a major player to host events, booking the world’s largest trade association in 2019.
Industry Organization (BIO), which represents biotechnology companies, academic institutions, state biotechnology centers and related organizations around the world. The convention is the largest, biotech meeting in the world; the event also took place in Philly this past June.
A packed summer convention calendar likely resulted in a huge boon for Center City hotels, which saw record hotel occupancy in June.
Overall occupancy peaked at 89.4 percent—the highest monthly occupancy on record. The average daily rate also broke a record, witnessing $212.95, the highest since October 2014. The Government Finance Officers Association, the Biotechnology Industrial Organization convention and the International Society for Technology in Education convention helped grow midweek occupancy.
I WANT TO WOW MY GUESTS. This is often one of the first things clients tell an event planner, so it’s always a great idea to have an arsenal of options already on hand.
Selecting a venue that is unique and nontraditional is key to fulfilling a client’s needs, and the right space will get guests excited and engaged. Science and history museums offer a score of benefits in one breathtaking package. From towering replicas to interactive exhibits, science and history museums lend a one-of-a-kind backdrop to practically any type of event.