Historical Meeting Venues in the U.S.

U.S. historical sites double as great meeting spaces for private events! Don’t believe us? Any of these four famous United States locations could be the perfect place to host your next event. Read on to find out more!

New York Stock Exchange (New York City)






It’s difficult to picture the New York Stock Exchange without the chaos it sees by day, but after business hours, the Trading Floor is an open venue for receptions of up to 500 people! Other rooms up for grabs for smaller parties at this iconic location include the Main Dining Room and the Lounge & Card Room!

New York Public Library (New York City)





Another NYC gem, the New York Public Library makes a great meeting location with its 6,400-square-foot Celeste Bartos Forum and glass-dome ceiling. Dating from 1911, the New York Public Library is an official city landmark and could serve as a beautiful and meaningful venue for your next meeting!

Union Station (Washington, D.C.)





Since its recent restoration, Union Station now serves as a special events location, in addition to being an integral part of transportation in Washington, D.C.! The Main Hall, East Hall, and Columbus Club make great settings for private events, like receptions and seated dinners.

The Spanish Governor’s Palace (San Antonio)






You’ll be surprised you’re not in Spain when you visit this historic site in San Antonio, Texas! With architecture and décor dating back to the Spanish Colonial period and reception spaces galore, this location makes for a great and memorable meeting place.