Museums for Meetings

By Heather Larson Up the wow factor by holding your next event in one of the colorful, inspiring and engaging museums of the Northwest. No matter what the occasion or what type of exhibits are displayed, you have ready-made décor and a profound change of scenery from a business office. You’ll give attendees an experience they’ll not soon forget. Many of the museums mentioned here offer after-hours or backstage tours to meeting or event guests, either self-guided or conducted by docents. In some cases, holding a meeting or event amid the collections is impressive enough without any narration. These venues
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Mountain Resorts & Lodges

Photo © Claire Skinner The Resort at Paws Up A luxury Western-style experience awaits groups at this Montana resort Set on a 37,000-acre working cattle ranch in the hills of western Montana, The Resort at Paws Up offers a rustic, yet luxurious, option for retreats, conferences or incentive trips. Even though they are only 35 minutes from Missoula, visitors to Paws Up will find themselves in the middle of a vast unspoiled landscape. It is a perfect choice for groups that want to have a get-away-from-it-all experience yet bask in the elegance of a first class resort. Whether it is a
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JUMP Into the Action in Boise

Jump Into The Action In Boise
Set in an urban park in the center of Boise, the JUMP Center defies description. The name stands for Jack’s Urban Meeting Place in honor of JR (Jack) Simplot, a successful Idaho entrepreneur. Billed as an interactive creative center and community gathering place, the JUMP Center provides a unique and inspirational setting for any meeting, conference or event. Two large ballrooms, the largest with a capacity of 600, are designed with flexibility in mind, allowing countless possible configurations. Other spaces, such as The Loft and The Deck are suitable for smaller gatherings or breakout sessions. Five separate studios are fully
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Montana Big Sky Country Beckons

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Wide open vistas, star-filled skies and western hospitality make Montana an exceptional choice for retreats,  meetings or conferences Montana’s cities offer easy airline access from major cities coast-to-coast and are located on modern interstate highways traversing spectacular scenery. There are plenty of options for meeting planners. Here, we describe what three Montana destinations, Billings, Bozeman and Great Falls, have to offer. Great Falls  Located in the center of Montana where the mountains meet the plains, Great Falls offers Western hospitality and spectacular scenery. Rebecca Engum, executive director of Great Falls Montana Tourism explains, “Outdoor recreation, cultural and artistic attractions, plenty
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The Ashley Inn-Homestyle elegance in the Idaho mountains

Homestyle Elegance In The Idaho Mountains
The mountains of west central Idaho loom above Lake Cascade as the Payette River tumbles its way through the valley. The town of Cascade sits in the center of a scenic recreational playground that offers plenty to see and do in any season. This is the picturesque setting for the Ashley Inn. With plush furnishings, stylish lighting and panoramic views, the Ashley Inn offers a warm, sophisticated ambience in an idyllic setting. The Ashley offers meeting planners a variety of options for a productive conference, a fun retreat or an elegant occasion. Four meeting rooms, smartly furnished and complete with
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