In downtown Beaumont, you will see architecture dating back to the late 1800s and early 1900s. These unique venues offer the perfect backdrop to your next meeting. When you host your event in historic downtown, you are within walking distance of museums, restaurants and meeting spaces that can accommodate groups of any size. Let the Beaumont CVB help guide you through our downtown for your meeting needs.
434 Fannin Street, Beaumont, Texas 77701
409-832-1621 | 434fannin.com
434 Fannin is a unique space in downtown Beaumont, within walking distance of area museums, restaurants and other event venues. Built in 1889 as the A Broussard, Undertaker, Livery and Boarding Stables, this venue boasts a welcoming open floor plan with exposed brick walls, perfect for your next meeting or event.
- Seating capacity: 250
- Standing capacity (cocktail): 290
Art Museum of Southeast Texas
500 Main Street, Beaumont, Texas 77701
409-832-3432 | amset.org
Be inspired surrounded by beautiful paintings and sculptures at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas. Situated in downtown Beaumont, the museum offers their permanent collection as well as a rotating exhibit hall. Host your meeting in the Café/Foyer, Lecture Hall and Courtyard.
- Café/Foyer, Lecture Hall and Courtyard capacity: 150 – 250
- Café/Foyer capacity: 150
- Lecture Hall capacity: 100
- Café/Foyer/Lecture Hall capacity: 250
1775 Calder Avenue, Beaumont, Texas 77701
409-832-1621 | Broussard's Centre
Located on historical Calder Avenue, the Broussard's Centre' is a multipurpose room perfect for meetings, parties or weddings with a flexible space that can be used in a variety of different floor plans.
- Maximum capacity: 130
- 2,000 square feet
200 E Crockett Street, Beaumont, Texas 77701
409-898-1170 | crockettstrett.com
The Crockett Street Entertainment District is made up of five historically restored buildings dating back to the late 1800s. Utilize the street to host your event for a block party or extra space for activities.
- Capacity: 1,500
Fire Museum of Texas
400 Walnut Street, Beaumont, Texas 77701
409-880-3927 | www.firemuseumoftexas.org/
The Fire Museum of Texas is located at Fire Station 1 in downtown Beaumont. Open the doors to enjoy the pavilion overlooking a 24-foot, dalmatian-spotted fire hydrant. The Fire Museum showcases fire equipment and trucks dating back to the 1800s and makes a truly unique backdrop for groups.
- State Room: 25
- Pavilion: 75
- Maximum capacity: 120
345 Fannin Street, Beaumont, Texas 77701
409-838-3435 | discoverbeaumont.com
Built in 1927, the Jefferson Theatre is an architectural gem located downtown. This venue is one of the few remaining art deco movie houses in the country. Created for vaudeville shows and motion picture presentations, the theatre has been updated to support modern conveniences and A/V needs. It's the ideal setting to host a lecture, your own private “Movie Night” or an awards ceremony.
- Maximum capacity: 1,200
- Stage: 40’ x 34’
- Fully rigged stage with modern PA and lighting system
- Spacious and fully equipped
Julie Rogers Theatre
765 Pearl Street, Beaumont, Texas 77701
409-838-3435 | discoverbeaumont.com
Concerts, theatrical performances, dance presentations, lectures and large meetings are equally well served by the Julie Rogers Theatre. Built in 1928, the ambiance and structure of this building is unmatched. Sparkling chandeliers light up the lobby, which is graced by twin grand staircases and two comfortable cocktail and lounge areas. The spacious foyer provides an elegant entryway marked by grandeur.
- Maximum capacity: 1,651
- Orchestra capacity: 1,241
- Balcony capacity: 410
- Stage: 50’ x 35’
- Hydraulic orchestra pit
- Fully equipped chorus and private dressing rooms
- Amusement Tax-exempt
The Neches Room
246 Crockett Street, Beaumont, Texas 77701
409-893-1818 | nechesroom.com
Enjoy memories for a lifetime when you plan your event at the Neches Room. The venue is ideal for everything from engagement parties, showers, rehearsals dinners, weddings and of course any meeting event.
- Maximum capacity: 250
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Freddie Willard, TDM
Director of Sales
Phone: (409) 880-3160 | 1(800) firstname.lastname@example.org
Freddie leads the Beaumont CVB sales team in their efforts to market and promotes Beaumont as a meeting and sports destination. Along with overseeing all convention sales activities and initiatives, Freddie develops relationships with prospective clients, local leaders, and hospitality partners. She works directly with the sports market, local events, and annual state conferences.
Senior Convention Sales Manager
Phone: (409) email@example.com
Virtue works to bring convention, meeting, and group training business to Beaumont. Her primary markets are groups within the Government and State Association markets. Along with representing Beaumont at conferences and trade shows, Virtue assists with organizing special CVB projects and our annual Hall of Fame Client Event.
Convention Sales Manager
Phone: (409) firstname.lastname@example.org
Tessa works to bring groups with common interests and hobbies to Beaumont. Her primary markets are Social, Military, Education, Reunion, Fraternal, and Weddings. Along with representing Beaumont at religious marketplaces and Military Reunion tradeshows, Tessa is responsible for assisting with familiarization tours.
Phone: 409-880-3173Nancy Aviles
Nancy is on the meeting sales team and acts as the welcoming ambassador and the manager of the Give Back Program. She creates community outreach opportunities for convention clients and handles servicing requests. Nancy makes sure clients have the "extras" they need for their attendees.