From farms to ships, it is time to break out of the board room for good. Discover unexpected meeting spaces like the Spindletop-Gladys City Boomtown Museum, a replica 1901 oil city, or the Beaumont Botanical Gardens Center, where you will be immersed in acres of blooming flora and fauna for any size group or budget.
5 Under Golf Center
5945 College Street, Beaumont, Texas 77707
409-232-0205 | 5undergolf.com
5 Under Golf Center is a premier venue in Beaumont when it comes to entertainment and events. The facility offers indoor Swing Suites and an outdoor TopTracer Range for your group’s enjoyment. There is a restaurant on-site where you can customize your own menu for your event.
- Maximum capacity: 300
Amelia Farm and Market
8600 Dishman Road, Beaumont, Texas 77713
409-866-7818 | ameliafarmandmarket.com
Showcasing scenic views of the farm, Amelia Farm and Market is a beautiful venue to have your next meeting. With seating offered both inside and outside, this restaurant and venue may look like a rustic barn from the outside but offers all the amenities of an upscale venue that you could want. Each meeting space is equipped with a private bar, tables, chairs and screen for projection. There are a wide range of cocktail options for a reception, rehearsal dinner or meeting.
- Big Hall capacity: 200
- West Porch capacity: 40
- 10,000 square feet
Beaumont Botanical Gardens Center
6088 Babe Zaharias Drive, Beaumont, Texas 77705
409-842-3135 | beaumontbotanicalgardens.org
Between the colorful flora and beautiful views around the Beaumont Botanical Gardens Center, your meeting will be surrounded by the nature. Located at Tyrrell Park, this venue gives you the space you need with outdoor options including: bird watching, golf, walking and horseback riding.
- Maximum capacity: 350
- Courtyard seating area
- Catering/staging kitchen
Brentwood Entertainment Complex
4201 South major Drive, Beaumont, Texas 77707
409-840-9440 | brentwoodvenues.com
The Brentwood Entertainment Complex offers a variety of options for your next event. Utilize The Courtyard for an outdoor event or the various rooms within the facility to fit your groups needs. variety of different floor plans.
- Hunt Room capacity: 175
- Rome Room capacity: 200
- The Courtyard capacity: 250+
Clifton Event Complex
8727 Hwy 124, Beaumont, Texas 77705
4409-842-3162 | cliftonsteamboatmuseum.com
A collection of event spaces in all shapes and sizes, the the complex has a portfolio of venues and rents everything from an Irish pub to a museum. With ten different meeting spaces, the museum is the largest space, honoring military and civilian heroes of the past, present and future. Snap a picture with the giant tugboat in the middle of the complex when you host your next meeting.
- Moresi's capacity: 250-300
- O'Hearn's Pub capacity: 40
- 24,000 square feet
Gator Country Adventure Park
21159 FM 365, Beaumont, Texas 77705
409-794-9453 | gatorrescue.com
Gator Country Adventure Park is a sanctuary for alligators, crocodiles and animals both scaly and fluffy. Perfect for an adventurous bunch, Gator Country presents an experience that your attendees will never forget. From holding gators and other wildlife and live shows with the staff, hosting your meeting with the Gator 911 crew is sure to be a fun time.
- Maximum capacity: 200
- Gift shop
- Hands-on educational shows
Lamar University Reception Center
4400 S M L King Jr. Parkway, Beaumont, Texas 77705
409-880-8136 | lamar.edu
Located on the 8th floor of the Mary and John Gray Library at Lamar University, the Lamar University Reception Center overlooks the campus and the city of Beaumont. The space is perfect for catered meetings, receptions, dinners and seminars.
- Maximum capacity: 300
- 10,000 square feet
- 3 meeting rooms
1315 Calder Avenue, Beaumont, Texas 77701
409-835-8959 | kandkdesigns.com
Where sophisticated style meets gracious entertaining. The Laurels offers ballroom space as well as a beautiful courtyard area. Home to K&K Deisgns, the staff will help plan your event from beginning to end.
- Maximum capacity: 250
- Courtyard capacity: 135
- 6,500 square feet
Spindletop - Gladys City Boomtown Museum
550 Jimmy Johnson Boulevard, Beaumont, Texas 77705
409-880-1750 | lamar.edu
Transport your attendees back to the early 1900s at the Spindletop - Gladys City Boomtown Museum. Located on the Lamar University campus, this museum is a replica of the 1901 boomtown that sprung up during the oil boom in Beaumont. This venue offers 14 different replica buildings and a conventional meeting room to accommodate your group. Reenactments can be arranged including an old-fashioned shoot-out, dancing, blacksmithing and more.
- Maximum capacity: 500
- Caroline Room capacity: 50
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