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Forested Beauty
From $750/hr
Forested Beauty
Houston, TX
Our event space is nestled among 440 acres of forested beauty where you will find our well-manicured 24-hole golf course, tennis courts, swimming pool, gourmet dining and a wonderful social calendar.
From $310/hr
Modern Space For Any Occasion in Houston
Houston, TX
Eclectic, modern space for any occasion. This venue is a popular stylish event center located in Webster, Texas. This one-of-a-kind venue brings an elegant industrial feel with a hint of upscale formal to any Houston, TX area event. Our venue is perfect for weddings, corporate events, birthdays, Quinceneras, Sweet 16, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, anniversaries, holiday parties and any other special occasion. We have the following: - PRIVATE BRIDAL ROOM - DIMMABLE CHANDELIERS - UP TO 225 SEATED GUESTS - TABLES & CHAIRS PROVIDED - FULL CATERING KITCHEN - PROJECTOR AND SCREEN - WALL TO WALL WINDOWS WITH WATER VIEW Set-up & Cleaning fee: $450 Price also depends if you wish to book on weekdays or weekends. Please message me directly for custom rate.
From $5000/hr
Gorgeous Ballroom
Houston, TX
This georgeous ballroom with a touch of elegancy is always welcoming you. Here take place differen events where kids and adults can take part. You will never forget this place neither visually, nor sensible, nor by taste - the huge decorated space, tasty food and the atmosphere will make sure about it. Please send a message for custom pricing. Varies on the what day it is.
From $450/hr
Social Hall in Houston
Houston, TX
Our Social Hall is very well designed, 9000 square feet space, which is the perfect delicate backdrop to your event. Our event space is adorned with neutral decoration and well maintained rentable furniture. From all Social or Corporate events, we make each and every one of our customers’ special events memorable throughout the years. Our spacious and flexible hall is available for all types of activities Photoshoots/ Film shoots, Parties, Events, Meetings Please contact us directly for more information

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Trade Show venues in Houston, TX?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $50 to $5000

Which Trade Show venues are most popular in Houston, TX in 2021?

Here are a top 3 most popular locations Forested Beauty, Modern Space For Any Occasion in Houston and Gorgeous Ballroom

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Find Trade Show venues in Houston, TX

About Houston

Being the largest city in the giant state of Texas, there are plenty of things to see, do, eat and drink in this sprawling metropolis. With huge venues and a bumper crop of sporting events available to see pretty much all year round, Houston is claiming the title of Sports City USA.

If sports aren’t your thing, then there are so many museums, galleries and exhibitions to sink your teeth into and while away the hours before the nightlife kicks off. From there you can explore the multitude of cuisines, vibes and themes that the bars, restaurants and clubs of Houston have to offer. So, let your hair down and enjoy all that the biggest city in the Lone Star state has to offer.

Trade Show Venue Options in Houston

When setting up a Houston trade show venue, there are a number of factors that you’re going to have to consider.

  • Furniture
    With potential vendors and companies coming from all across the country and maybe the world, you can’t expect them to bring tables and chairs in their carry-on luggage. Make sure when you’re selling the pitches you’re clear on what’s included in the space and what they should expect.

  • Audio Visual
    Again, some vendors might be expecting to be able to hook their laptops up to bigger screens or play videos with music, so be sure to have a whole host of different cables on hand as well as speakers, screens and extension cables. Ask when they’re booking if they need electrics and then you can position them nearer to the sockets.

  • Transport
    When you’re running a trade show, the chances are that many people are coming in from out of town and don’t know where they’re going. To avoid congestion at your venue, maybe consider putting on a shuttle from key hotels and stations to your event.

Trade Show Venue Companies in Houston

Trade shows are definitely a big undertaking, so you’re going to need to have professionals on your side.

  • Karana Audio Visual Services
    If you’re looking for professionals with over 20 years of experience in bringing high-quality audio visual events to life, then look no further than Karana. With live streaming capabilities and video production, they can take your trade show to the next level. Family-owned and in operation since 2015, Karana Audio Visual Services is ready to assist from consulting to design and beyond.

  • Any Occasion Tents & Events
    If you’re looking to rent tables, chairs, barware, chargers, linens and loads more, then you have to check out Any Occasion Tents & Events for their wide selection of hireable goods. They have the added bonus of also renting out tents if you need shelter for parking attendants or specific outdoor vendors. This is a family-owned and run company with decades of experience.

  • City View Catering
    Looking for some tasty, fresh meals to feed your team on a time crunch while the trade show is going on? City View Catering has dozens of menus in loads of different styles that you can set up in your staff room so people can dip in and out during the trade show. Since 1996, they’ve been serving terrific dishes like Apple Smoked Braised Brisket, Poblano Chicken and more.

Pros and Cons of Trade Show Venues in Houston

Even though Houston has a lot going for it, there are some downsides to consider.


  • Sunshine
    Being in the Lone Star state means that sunshine is on the cards for the majority of the year, which is great if you’re trying to catch some rays in the off-season months.

  • Cost of living
    For a city of Houston’s size, it’s shocking to discover that the price of living is actually reasonable, especially when you compare it to smaller Texan cities of Austin and Dallas.

  • Multicultural
    Due to all the different corporations that call Houston home as well as its location, there really is a melting pot vibe that encompasses the whole of Houston from food to language to cultural festivals.

  • Jobs
    One of the main selling points of Houston is the job market. Due to the low tax in Texas, tons of businesses and industries have moved to call Houston home and as such, there are plenty of jobs.

  • Restaurants
    Houston’s restaurant scene is huge. It’s got every cuisine you could think of. So much so, that Houston was named the "newest capital of great food" by Food & Wine and the country's most exciting food city by Tasting Table magazine.


  • Traffic
    As with many big cities where commuting in is a must, the traffic in and around the Houston area can get pretty manic. If you can avoid the rush hour mania then that’s probably for the best.

  • Sales Tax
    Even though Houston and Texas as a whole have a very low rate of tax, making it attractive to visitors and locals, the sales tax makes up for it by being over 8% which can come as a surprise to shoppers.
  • Heat
    Despite sunshine being a pro of living in Houston, the humidity and heat that comes with Texan summers is definitely a con. It’s often that kind of heat where you can’t even enjoy yourself or do anything.

  • Mosquitoes
    With the unbearable heat and humidity come insects and bugs. Mosquitoes love the warm, muggy temperatures so make sure you have some bug spray and some bite cream on hand if you’re visiting in the summer.

  • Flooding
    On the flip side, during hurricane season, Houston is particularly susceptible to flooding. This doesn’t happen every year, but it is definitely something to be aware of before you travel, especially during hurricane season.

Famous Locations in Houston

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
    Founded in 1900, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston has a long history of educating and amazing visitors. With gallery buildings, a sculpture garden, visitors center, library, movie theater, gift shop, cafe, two art schools, and two house museums, there is plenty to see and do.

  • Kemah Boardwalk
    If you’re looking to escape the urban sprawl for some fun and thrills, then head 30 miles south to the gulf coast at Galveston Bay and Clear Lake and spend the day at Kemah Boardwalk. With rides, attractions, food and drink it’s fun for the whole family.

  • Houston Zoo
    Being the second most visited zoo in the whole of the US, you know that the Houston Zoo is going to be well worth a visit. With 6,000 animals from 900 species, you’re bound to see your favorite or discover a new one.