Meetings in California

California's diverse destinations are working together to help spread the word about the state's myriad attractions for events, through Visit California's Meet What's Possible initiative. Learn about what's new for groups throughout the state in the content below, including inspiring videos, useful destination guides, insightful strategy column and much more.
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California Destination Videos

In this Vision Video, Visit California President and CEO Caroline Beteta discusses the goals of Meet What's Possible, why the message that "California is open for business" is such an important one and the many reasons why the state is an ideal destination for groups right now.

Palm Springs

This desert escape offers groups memorable activities, new event spaces and much more.

Monterey

Stunning landscapes and tech-forward venues abound in this coastal destination.

Santa Monica

From its outdoor venues to its culture of creators, this beach city is ideal for groups.

Los Angeles

As the entertainment capital of the world, it should come as no surprise that the city rarely fails to “wow” visiting groups.

San Francisco

While the Golden Gate Bridge and cable cars are well known, the city’s offerings for groups extend well beyond classic attractions.

San Jose

This tech hub offers a campus feel, unique venues and a newly enhanced convention center.

Long Beach

From renovated hotels to a hybrid-ready convention center, this California destination is better for groups than ever.

Santa Barbara

This California gem offers a boutique experience to groups, from oceanfront resorts to hundreds of wineries to unbeatable outdoor activities.

Anaheim

New hotels, rooftop bars and dining options are making this city more attractive for groups than ever.

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