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San Jose McEnery Convention Center
Located in the Downtown core with its own parking garage, the Convention Center boasts 372,754 sq. ft. of total space, is connected to two hotels, is within walking distance of 5 additional hotels, multiple visual and performing arts facilities and an abundance of restaurants. The Center and its surroundings are connected b…
California Theatre
The elegant California Theatre is known for its lavish splendor. Built in 1927 and renovated from 2001-2004, this venue is one of the best-preserved movie palaces in the nation. It now hosts concerts, plays, films, comedians, literary speakers and more. It is home to Opera San Jose and Symphony Silicon Valley. Download Mee…
City National Civic
Built in 1934 in the California mission style of architecture, the Civic holds 2,850 fans and has been played by legendary acts like Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand, The Beach Boys, the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan, just to name a few. It continues to host performers that have achieved international or national acclaim and…
Montalvo Arts Center

A 104-year-old architectural landmark set against the Santa Cruz Mountains, the historic Villa Montalvo is surrounded by exquisite gardens, an arboretum, and miles of hiking trails. Our grounds are open to the public for free! Come take a hike up to Lookout Point for an amazing view of Silicon Valley, engage with outdoor ar…

Montgomery Theater
Built in 1936, this theater retains its historic charm and offers audiences an intimate experience for every performance. This 468 seat theater is home to CMT San Jose and Lyric Theatre. The beautiful courtyard outside the main lobby of the theater makes for a perfect reception area for any event. Download Meeting Spec She…
San Jose Center for the Performing Arts
Built in 1972 by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the San Jose Center for the Performing Arts offers large windows throughout the entryways, providing plenty of natural light and spectacular views of downtown San Jose. Inside you'll find a fabulous 2,608 seat space with top-notch staging capabilities. The Center hosts maj…
South Hall
South Hall accommodates a variety of types of groups, consumer shows, general session speakers, special events and more while staying in the Downtown core. Extremely flexible and transformable to a group’s unique needs, South Hall adds 80,000 sq. ft. to the Convention Center and Cultural Facilities campus. Download Meeting…
City Hall Rotunda
The City Hall Rotunda is a landmark building that serves as a hub of civic and cultural activity. Playing host to indoor and outdoor special events including receptions, weddings, banquets, lectures, concerts and presentations. Above the main floor of the Rotunda sits the Rotunda Mezzanine. Here guests enjoy views of the ma…
Club Auto Sport
Club Auto Sport offers chic luxury, modern innovation and automotive ingenuity, all under one roof and plays host to a number of public and private events. The Clubhouse Showroom features an array of rare collectible cars available for display as well as a significant one-of-a-kind private museum collection. With a sleek lo…
Corinthian Grand Ballroom
Located in the heart of Downtown San Jose on St. James Park, the Corinthian Event Center is the premier spot for Northern California weddings and special events. The building was originally built in 1924 as a Scottish Rite Temple. The builders created an evocative, iconic and richly appointed building with many surprising t…
Event Center at San Jose State University

The Event Center at San Jose State University is a multi-functional sports and entertainment arena. A premier mid-size Northern California venue, the Event Center is fully equipped to accommodate various types of events from full-arena concerts to corporate conferences. With over 25,000 square feet of extended floor space, …

The Glass House
The Glass House is a 12,000 square foot event venue containing three lounges, two dining areas, and a beautiful outdoor patio in the heart of downtown San Jose. It’s perfect for any event, up to 700 guests! As one of the largest venue spaces located in the heart of downtown San Jose, The GlassHouse is known for its glamorou…
Intel Museum & Headquarters
If you are interested in technology, be sure to visit the Intel Museum for unforgettable experience learning about the history of the company and its contributions to computer technology. When you visit this part of the country, there are lots of venues that celebrate Silicon Valley. This museum, however, is designed to eff…
Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Center
The Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Center offers the finest outdoor sports facility in Northern California. With 9+ grass fields and 2 lighted stadium turf fields, the Center has become a major destination for soccer and lacrosse tournaments, football, cheer events and rugby league games. The turf fields are lined and equipped …
Mount Hermon Adventures
Mount Hermon Adventures has grown immensely since it began and has become an internationally recognized provider of adventure experiences and team development programs. They now operate the world-famous Redwood Canopy Tours, multiple aerial adventure courses, intentional Team Building programs, and provide Mount Hermon over…
The Mountain Winery
In the fall of 1878, Paul Masson, an ambitious young Frenchman, arrived in San Francisco. Born in Burgundy to a family of well-established winemakers, Masson grew up surrounded by some of the finest wineries and vineyards in the world. Good fortune, or perhaps destiny, led him to the winery of Charles Lefranc, located a day…
San Jose Museum of Art
Specializing in art and artists of the West Coast, the San Jose Museum of Art is a popular tourist attraction for art lovers and cultural enthusiasts. Many of the exhibitions are devoted to California artists, but there is a growing interest in arts of the Pacific Rim. When you visit the museum, you can expect to witness a …
San Pedro Square Market
A hot spot downtown you can always find what you are looking for among the variety of exciting food vendors at the market. Pizza, Latin American food, craft beer, sushi, fusion hot dogs and much more, pair your cuisine of choice with patio dining (dog-friendly) and lots of live entertainment. Films, live music, book signing…
SAP Center at San Jose
SAP Center hosts large concert events, Olympic and sporting championships, and is affectionately referred to as the "Shark Tank" because the arena is home to the San Jose Sharks, the local national hockey team. Plenty of food an beverage vendors are available inside the arena. Download Meeting Spec Sheet HERE.
Silicon Valley Capital Club
The Silicon Valley Capital Club is a private business, social and dining club that is truly without rival in Silicon Valley and the surrounding Bay Area. With its spectacular 360-degree views from the pinnacle of the Knight Ridder Building in the heart of downtown San Jose, the Silicon Valley Club offers the perfect ambianc…
SilverCreek Sportsplex
A truly unique sports, fitness, and events complex featuring state-of-the-art amenities and expert staff, all under one roof. The Silver Creek Sportsplex offers something for everyone including, ice and roller hockey, indoor soccer, flag football, box lacrosse, martial arts, roller skating, badminton, baseball, futsal, dodg…
Solar4America Ice (Sharks Ice)
Sharks Ice at San Jose is the largest ice skating facility in California and the official training facility of the NHL’s San Jose Sharks. The state-of-the-art facility hosts hundreds of events annually including, National Championship hockey tournaments, corporate events and birthday parties of all sizes. Sharks Ice is 170,…
The Tech Museum
The Tech Museum of Innovation is a Silicon Valley landmark for visitors seeking a glimpse of the most innovative place on Earth. The 132,000 sq. ft. museum is one of the nation’s premier science and technology museums. Through fun, hands-on experiences and one-of-a-kind floor programs, many supported by Stanford and NASA, t…
Winchester Mystery House
Featured by Good Morning America in 2010, this is the house that Sarah, the troubled Winchester rifle heiress, built. Seeking a way to rid herself of the spirits of those killed by the “Gun that Won the West,” Sarah sought the advice of a medium. That consultation resulted in Sarah spending decades, as well as her $20 milli…