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Cobb Is Open for Meetings & More

Cobb County, GA is the sweet spot for conventions, tradeshows, expos and meetings of all sizes. Home to some of Metro Atlanta’s most dynamic and impressive venues, Cobb County is ready and waiting to bring your next event to life. Located just 10 minutes northwest of Atlanta, Cobb County has not only the ideal venues for your next meeting, but also endless dining, entertainment and attractions options that will have your attendees talking about your meeting for years to come.

Open for Business

Cobb County is home to the Cobb Galleria Centre, one of only three convention centers in Atlanta. The Cobb Galleria Centre has safely hosted 64 live events since reopening with new and enhanced safety protocols. The Cobb Galleria Centre boasts 144,00 square feet of exhibition space, 25,000 square feet of ballroom space and more than 30 meeting rooms. Not only does the Galleria have space to accommodate any size event, but there are also more than 2,700 guest rooms within a quarter mile and even more throughout Cobb County. In addition to the Cobb Galleria Centre, Cobb County is home to various other event venues, including Kennesaw State University, Riverside Epicenter, Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Centre and more.

Open for Fun Beyond the Board Room

A meeting in Cobb County isn’t complete without a visit to Truist Park and Six Flags Over Georgia, the top two attractions in the area. Truist Park is home to the Atlanta Braves and is attached to the innovative mixed-use development The Battery Atlanta, a premier district for dining, shopping and entertainment. For more than 50 years, Six Flags Over Georgia has been home to family entertainment and exciting thrills.

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Dine at a Local Restaurant

The range of dining options in Cobb County is endless. Cobb has the unique eatery you have been searching for, from savory steak houses to cozy coffee shops. Locals love Henry’s Louisiana Grill in Acworth, Muss & Turners in Smyrna, Two Birds Taphouse in Marietta, and Trackside Grill in Kennesaw. Cobb’s restaurants offer dine-in service, but most also offer curbside pick-up, delivery and to-go options. Meeting attendees who come to Cobb in September can take advantage of the sweet Meal Deals during Cobb Foodie Week.

Explore the Outdoors

Outdoor enthusiasts will feel right at home in Cobb. Explore scenic spots, including the outdoor space and hiking trails at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, the award-winning grounds of Smith-Gilbert Gardens, Silver Comet Trail’s 61-mile biking path or the calm waters of the Chattahoochee River, where locals spend summers ‘Shooting the Hooch.’

Drink Up at a Local Craft Beverage Maker

Georgia is known for its warm weather, and cooling off with a cold beverage is a great way to beat the heat. Cobb County is home to 17 craft breweries, distilleries and wineries that serve up flavors unique to Cobb. Take a journey down the Cobb Ale Trail and visit as many as possible. Planning a meeting during March? Be sure to check out Bubbles & Brews, a month-long celebration of all of Cobb’s craft beverage makers. Remember to drink responsibly.

Ready to make your next event a sweet success? The team at Cobb Travel & Tourism is ready to help. Reach out to our team for more information. To learn more about the ‘Cobb is Ready’ campaign and traveling to Cobb County, visit cobbisready.com.