Plan Your Next Meeting or Convention in Madison, WI
Allow us to "wow" you with all that Madison has to offer! This vibrant city, situated between two sparkling lakes, is home to award-winning amenities and a college town culture beyond compare.
The GMCVB is your resource for tips and tools that will help you plan your next event:
• Submit an RFP form to begin the planning process
• Find a facility that's a perfect fit
• Meet our convention services team
• Discover details on resources from tool kits to parade permits, maps and more!
• NEW! Email a request to receive our Madison Meetings Insights e-newsletter. The next issue will be published in December!
In their Words
"[Our event] was a great success—there were quite a number of people who said we should have it there every year! Monona Terrace was perfectly suited to our group, the support people were great, and the attendees loved the location with the lake and convenient hotels and restaurants. Thank you, Ann Shea and your group, for your role in making that happen."
—Thad Walker, UW-Madison, Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
More on Madison
Watch and learn why more meeting planners are looking at Madison for their next convention event!
News at our Venues
Monona Terrace®: Find out some of the many reasons Monona Terrace was recently honored with a Governor's Tourism Services Excellence Award when you watch their new video, Place of Inspiration.
Alliant Energy Center: The New Holland Pavilions are now open-see some photos of this $25 million project which totals 290,000 square feet and includes features such as pre-function space, concessions, cattle and horse stalls, wash bays, a milking parlor and more. The pavilions make Alliant Energy Center a leader in agricultural shows and offers space suited for a variety of different events.
The Edgewater: This newly renovated property soft-opened in September and will feature more than 200 guest rooms, an outdoor plaza and park, several restaurants and lounges, and more. This fine hotel is located on the shores of Lake Mendota, and just steps from the Capitol Square and State Street.
Dane County Regional Airport: Now that Madison's airport has completed the addition of Local To Go, meaning more local food and beverage offerings for travelers, this spring brings more good news aimed at improving traveler experiences: a $20 million project to improve parking, plus free Wi-Fi.