Off-Site Meeting Venues: Landmarks to Live It Up
Meetings become lifetime experiences when hosted in one of Washington’s most unique meeting venues.
Not only is this Woodinville winery one of Washington’s premier wineries, it’s also an amazing event venue featuring several unique spaces, including the barrel room and wine library, the rock garden set against the backdrop of the winery, and the arboretum that features rare conifers and pines, Japanese Maples, hundreds of Rhododendrons, and five of the largest trees of their kind in the United States.
Boeing Museum of Flight
With several unique venue options offered in this museum that specializes in one of the largest air and space collections in the world, perhaps the most unique are the exhibit spaces themselves, where you can dine and mingle among some of the most incredible aeronautical artifacts, including the 100-foot-long, four-story-high NASA Space Shuttle Trainer and 28 WWI and WWII fighter planes.
Argosy Cruises Dinner Cruise
After boarding Lady Mary, featuring lush carpets, mahogany trim and bronze metal accents, as well as an enclosed main deck and partially enclosed second deck, your group will depart for an hour-and-a-half narrated cruise of Lake Washington. Dinner is included while you cruise past magnificent lakeside properties and learn the history of one of the world’s truly beautiful urban lakes.
There’s nothing more memorable than hosting an event in Seattle’s iconic 600-foot observation tower and one of the most recognizable structures in the world. The Skyline Level, located at the tower’s 100-foot mark, offers two private rooms that can be used individually or in combination to accommodate up to 350 guests and overlooks a dramatic 360-degree panoramic view of the city.
Chihuly Garden and Glass
This iconic Seattle landmark set in the shadow of the Space Needle provides several unique spaces, accommodating anywhere from 80 to 1,500 guests, amidst the one-of-a-kind glasswork by Pacific Northwest artist, Dale Chihuly. Choose from the 40-foot-tall Glasshouse, housing a suspending 1,340 piece 100-foot long sculpture; the Garden Plaza and Galleries; or the Art Plaza, nestled between the Glasshouse and Chandelier Walkway with a spectacular view of the sweeping grounds.