Structures once used as bottling plants, factories, hospitals and other venues are finding new life as meeting venues and hotels.
McMenamins has been a leader in the adaptive reuse movement, starting back in 1974, before it became the trendy thing to do.
Boston, Springfield, Plymouth and other Boston locales take pride in their historical backgrounds.
Monterey, Carmel and Santa Cruz's historic venues give groups the quintessential California experience.
Historic Texas venues and experiences await groups heading to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, blends modern amenities with a desire to preserve the past in its historic properties.
Rhode Island provides an array of historical activities for attendees group including Newport's Cliff Walk and tours of the State House in Providence.
Historic locales and long-standing traditions draw groups to Sacramento and the Sierra Nevada mountains.
Historic venues in Springfield and the Berkshires in Massachusetts offer a step back in time.
The Caribbean is full of exotic historical retreats including Mayan temples, colonial forts and walking tours.