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MADISON Where business and inspiration meet. Monona Terrace® Convention Center Contact Convention Sales


1 John Nolen Dr • Madison • WI • 53703 800-373-6376


www.mononaterrace.com


Meeting rooms/suites: 240-room attached Hilton Madison Monona Terrace


Meeting space sq. ft.: 28,000


Largest room sq. ft.: 37,200


Meeting rooms: 23 Reception capacity: 3,300


Golf courses nearby: Yes, multiple courses nearby


Onsite restaurant: Onsite caterer


MANITOWOC Coast For A While - Manitowoc-Two Rivers


Manitowoc Area VCB • Jason Ring, President PO Box 966 • Manitowoc • WI • 54221-0966 800-627-4896


www.manitowoc.infojring@manitowoc.info


Rooms/suites: 1,000 Major meeting facilities: Manitowoc County Expo and Ice Center, Holiday Inn, Best Western Lakefront Hotel, Lighthouse Inn, Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Capitol Civic Centre


Monona Terrace®


Designed by Wisconsin native and visionary architect Frank Lloyd Wright, is located on the shore of Lake Monona in the heart of


Madison’s vibrant downtown. The spectacular multi-level structure features a 37,200 sq. ft. exhibit hall, 14,000 sq. ft. ballroom, 315-seat lecture hall and 28,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. Gracing the rooftop of Monona Terrace are 68,000 sq. ft. of gardens that are perfect for outdoor events. Connected to the facility by a climate-controlled skywalk is the convention headquarters 240-room Hilton hotel. Monona Terrace has a well-earned reputation among convention and meeting professionals as one of the best venues in the US. Monona Terrace is the first convention center in the nation to be LEED-EB certified at the Silver Level as a “green” building. Monona Terrace earned this prestigious certification from the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Existing Buildings program (LEED-EB). Exceptional atmosphere, leading-edge technology, outstanding client service and award-winning food make Monona Terrace a winner with attendees and planners alike!


Whether you are planning a gathering for 30 or 3,300, Monona Terrace in Madison, WI is the place where business and inspiration meet.


Attractions: Nationally acclaimed golf courses, Mariners Trail along Lake Michigan, Historic Downtowns, USS Cobia WWII Submarine, Pinecrest Historical Village, S.S. Badger Carferry, sportfishing charters, miles of scenic lakefront and Birthplace of the Ice Cream Sundae


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Enjoy a stress-free meeting along the peaceful coast of Lake Michigan. After your meeting, walk or jog along Mariners Trail, six miles of spectacular Lake Michigan shoreline or tour our World War II Submarine, the USS Cobia. Your group will experience a memorable event available only in the Manitowoc area. Harbored along Lake Michigan on I-43 and Highway 42, we’re just 60 minutes from Door County, 70 minutes from Milwaukee, and 40 minutes from Green Bay.


Midwest Meetings Guide Book 2015


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