Sometimes attendees want to be tourists first, but because of the time crunch conference attendees face, they are different than the typical tourist. Yet like everyone, they want to make the most of the time they do have. There are many reasons you may want to consider a destination with at least one singular and proven, hallmark tourist attraction.

A signature attraction can be tied to your event. Disney World has made this easy with their Meeting & Convention Tickets. Their options include discounted tickets, complimentary additional experiences, and partial-day tickets which are prefect for exploring the parks after the conference concludes. Another advantage is that there is little worry that these major attractions will be unable to service a large group. Mega-attractions bring in at least a million visitors a year even if it is to a small part of the city.

Pro Tip:

“Nashville continues to see growth in the meeting and incentive business. It’s really well known for its music, art and great food. The increase in inventory coupled with the friendly nature of the locals, ease of doing business along with the abundance of attractions and activities makes it an ideal choice for groups of various sizes and demographics. People want to go there because it’s fun!”

Gabrielle Spanton, Executive VP of Business Development, Global Alliance
Hosts Global

 

We admit that trading off a stereotype and reputation of a mega-attraction like these may seem like taking the easy way out – but, hey, if it works for your group…Check out our list for 2018:

10 Cities with Famous Neighborhoods to Charm Attendees

10 Destinations with Historical Sites and Landmarks Everybody Will Love

5 Theme Parks No One Will Argue With