Memorable Meetings

Why settle for the ordinary and expected when Mississippi offers so many unique and distinctive meeting spaces. Add some personality to your next convention, annual conference, or corporate retreat for a gathering that’s memorable, productive and successful for guests and organizers alike.

Convention Central

Mississippi’s centrally located capital city is where connections are made, and the Jackson Convention Center is at the heart of it. With 330,000 square feet of exhibit space, the center is flexible enough to handle banquets, trade conferences, annual meetings and much more. Visitors are just a short stroll from downtown hotels, eateries, museums, and numerous other attractions.

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Hub City Hospitality

Hattiesburg’s Lake Terrace Convetion Center offers 68,550 square feet of flexible space, which includes an exhibit hall, seven meeting rooms, four open pre-function areas and a state-of-the-art conference room. The Center has been named “Best of the Best” 11 times by readers of ConventionSouth magazine.

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The Mill Works

The Mill, a 12,000-square-foot meeting space located in Starkville’s Cotton District, was built as a cotton mill, and once produced soft “Starkville Chambray” from 1902 until the 1960s. Following a full renovation, The Mill reopened as a conference center in 2015 and hosts regional meetings with a full tech suite and modern amenities.

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Meet and Retreat

Providence Hill Farm is an equestrian facility that offers a scenic alternative for meetings and retreats. Their clubhouse ballroom seats up to 300 guests. An open-air lakefront pavilion and luxurious suites are also available and are perfect for smaller gatherings. Outdoor activities include clay shooting, fishing, and equestrian experiences.

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A Dramatic Setting

The MSU Riley Center is a full-service event and convention center adjoined to the gorgeously restored 1890s Grand Opera House, which can seat up to 1,000 guests. Located next door, Meridian’s Art Deco Threefoot Building – once Mississippi’s tallest building – has been reopened as the Queen City’s newest hotel.

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