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East Austin Clarksville Conference Room
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Austin, TX
Entertaining a client or in town for a special project? Book a conference room by the hour or for a full day. With several options available at each location, accommodating 5-20+ guests, each private room is equipped with TVs, Airtame streaming devices and polycom phones.
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East Austin Bouldin Conference Room
  • $75/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (2)
  • 2
  • Instant book
  • Austin, TX
Entertaining a client or in town for a special project? Book a conference room by the hour or for a full day. With several options available at each location, accommodating 5-20+ guests, each private room is equipped with TVs, Airtame streaming devices and polycom phones.
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Wide Rustic Open-Air Venue - EVENTS | PRODUCTION | MEETING
  • $50/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Austin, TX
Rustic open-air building, complete with Austin limestone, corrugated metal and cedar plank walls. Texas Hill Country views and landscaping complete the property.
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Historical House Museum in Austin
  • $300/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Austin, TX
Our House Museum is available for all types of activities. Our House Museum is located in the heart of Austin, TX, just a few minutes walk from the UT-Austin campus. Accessibility | Our museum is wheelchair accessible for first floor exhibits, and interpretive materials are available for the second floor. Please contact us directly for more information

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The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $50 to $1500

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Find Discussion venues in Austin, TX

About Austin

Austin is a city of many faces, it’s the live music capital of the world, a home for lovers of weirdness all around the globe, the food truck capital, and the most liberal city in Texas. It’s also the state capital of Texas, so there are a lot of different things to love about Austin.

If you love being in the great outdoors, it’s also an awesome city to spend your time in. With the mighty Colorado River snaking through Austin, there are plenty of opportunities for kayaking, paddleboarding, canoeing and more. There are also plenty of green spaces, state parks and monuments with hiking and cycling trails for you to enjoy while you work up a sweat.

Not only are there wonderful outdoor attractions but indoor places are inviting as well. Fabulous spaces for tons of cool activities abound in the city. Looking for an Austin discussion venue? This city is the ideal place!

Discussion Venue Options in Austin

When you’re putting on a lively and informative discussion, your venue has to work for you. Here are some things to consider.

  • Audio Visual
    Most of the time when we’re at talks, seminars, lectures or discussions there is some kind of visual aid supporting the subject. It might be a presentation or a video, or you might simply need a microphone hookup. Whatever the case, make sure you think about the tech.

  • Catering
    Depending on how long the discussion is going on or if it’s part of a larger conference, your guests and your speakers are probably going to need coffee and sustenance. Even if it’s just a few pastries or a food truck outside – hungry people are no fun.

  • Furniture
    Different people run discussion events in different ways. Some like a lecture hall layout, some prefer a roundtable and some just want a load of chairs in a circle. Think about your guests and speakers and get furniture layouts that are compatable.

Discussion Venue Companies in Austin

Chances are you’ll have a lot on your mind planning the logistics of your Austin discussion venue, so trust the pros to help you succeed.

  • Crave Catering
    Looking for something that’s visually appealing as well as completely delicious? With a mission to make meals that are equally creative and delicious, the the team at Crave Catering achieves something truly amazing. The Knot Best of Weddings and Austin Special Events Awards are just two of many mentions.

  • TSV Sound and Vision
    With experience ranging from equipment rental to full scale live events and everything in between if you have a tech or audiovisual query that you need help with, the guys at TSV Sound and Vision are going to sort you right out. They’ve brought success to gala and red carpet events, meetings and conferences, trade shows and more.

  • Panacea Collective
    If you’re looking to soften your discussion venue with some soft furnishings and excellent styling panache, then the Panacea Collective will have your event space dressed to kill in no time – perfect for sharing on social media. The team of experts handles everything from production to equipment.

Pros and Cons of Discussion Venues in Austin

Even though Austin is a pretty great city, there are downsides to every location that need to be considered.

Advantages

  • Food
    Being the up and coming food truck capital of the US, you know that the food is going to be as crazy and wonderful as the people themselves. Add in the traditional Texan flair for all things barbecue and tex-mex and you’re in for a treat.

  • Music
    The moniker live music capital of the world doesn’t get bestowed on just anyone – it’s a title you have to earn – and Austin’s reputation for open mic nights, festivals, gigs, buskers and just anything musical has done just that. Plan an outing to enjoy some of the city’s music after your event.

  • Liberal
    Unlike much of the Lone Star State, Austin benefits from a much more liberal attitude politically speaking. This might be strange for a Republican State capital but it offers a lot more freedom to people from all cultures and walks of life.

  • Low tax
    Your venue budget should be reasonable. As with the rest of Texas, the tax in Austin is amazingly low with no income tax. This makes the city really appealing to businesses, entrepreneurs and people searching for work alike.

  • Jobs
    With big corporations like Google and Tesla relocating to Austin, the jobs, particularly in the tech industry, are quickly following. Add in the younger working population of the city and there is an employment boom going on in Austin.

Disadvantages

  • College town
    This might be a pro depending on your perspective but the University of Texas at Austin campus sprawls across the whole city, making the whole place one big college vibe. It can get rowdy, especially on game day.

  • Heat
    Being in a highly sunny state, Austin’s weather is pretty amazing most of the year, but for the uninitiated, the summer heat can be a bit of an ordeal. Our advice? Find somewhere comfy with air con and stay there.

  • Traffic
    Due to the low price of gas throughout Texas, most locals and visitors prefer to drive. This means that particularly at rush hour, the traffic is pretty messy. If you can, avoid traveling at peak times.

  • Lack of sports
    Given the stereotypical Texas pride when it comes to sport, it may be surprising to realize that Austin really doesn’t have many sports teams at all. With the exception of a soccer team, you’re gonna have to head to Dallas or Houston for games.

  • Competition
    With the number of businesses moving into Austin and the hordes of hipsters who love the outdoorsy, quirky aesthetic of the city joining them, the competition for event venues is high, especially during festival time.

Famous Locations in Austin

  • Barton Springs
    If you’re looking for a reprieve from the sweltering Austin summer heat, then do what the locals do and spend the day at Barton Springs. Located in the ever-popular Zilker Park, it can get busy but is definitely worth it.

  • State Capitol Building
    Being the state capital of the great state of Texas, there’s a lot of history and important decisions being made in Austin. Go see where the sausage is made on one of the free tours offered around the State Capitol Building.

  • Zilker Park
    For you outdoorsy types, this one's for you. With 351 acres of gorgeous parkland, green spaces, trails and attractions to explore, you could very well spend your entire trip in this one giant park.