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Dec
11
BAM Biennial 2016: Metalmorphosis
Oct. 10, 2016 - May. 5, 2017
Dec
11
Bren Ahearn: Strategies for Survival
Oct. 10, 2016 - Jan. 15, 2017
Dec
11
Garden d'Lights
Nov. 26, 2016 - Dec. 31, 2016
Dec
11
Issaquah Reindeer Festival
Dec. 1, 2016 - Dec. 23, 2016
Dec
11
Snowflake Lane at The Bellevue Collection
Nov. 25, 2016 - Dec. 24, 2016
Dec
15
Seahawks Vs. Los Angeles Rams
Dec. 15, 2016 - Dec. 15, 2016
Dec
18
Bells of the Sound Concert: Holiday Special
Dec. 18, 2016 - Dec. 18, 2016
Dec
22
Christmas Ship Festival
Dec. 22, 2016 - Dec. 22, 2016
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Groups

The team at Visit Bellevue Washington can provide valuable assistance to groups and tour operators. We are here to help.  As the city's destination experts we can get you the latest information needed to plan your next group tour.

Here is how we can help:

  • Suggested itineraries that help you explore the city and our area
  • Luxury shopping excursions, bird watching, gardens and forests
  • Event calendar for ideas on community events and festivals
  • Familiarization tours to experience Bellevue first hand
  • Sample itineraries to get the creative tour ideas flowing
  • Assistance with finding group friendly hotels and restaurants
  • Suggestions for motorcoach parking
  • Proposal assistance on accommodations, attractions, restaurants, transportation and more to find the best rates and availability for your group

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Wanderings: Bellevue Washington

09/15/2015
The monolithic skyscrapers of Bellevue, Washington, resemble metallic legos stacked so high you think they'll topple in the slightest breeze. While the sheer size of the stair-stepped towers dominates the skyline, don't let that alarm you. Linger for a spell, and you'll see Bellevue's softer side, a side that extends a gentle hand with public art, sublime eateries, bucolic parks, lakes and mountains.... more!

Pacific NW : Inviting Venues, Regional Flair Make for Unforgettable Meetings | Successful Meetings

01/05/2015
When specialty foods and cookware retailer Sur La Table was looking for a destination for its annual leadership conference, attended by approximately 500 employees and vendors, Director of Store Operations Lara Trepanier didn't have to look very far. "As we've grown, we've had to look for bigger and more flexible spaces to meet all of our needs, and that's what took us to Bellevue, WA."... more!

Tempting treats await groups in Greater Seattle | Meetings Focus

03/01/2015
Restaurants that showcase Northwest ingredients and offer stunning spaces for events are far from limited to Seattle proper, but are well represented in cities throughout the metro region. In Bellevue, award-winning Bake's Place accommodates seated events for up 100 in an elegantly appointed dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows or on its spacious patio, while the Purple Cafe and Wine Bar offers customized menus for groups of up to 80 that can pair courses with local wines from the nearby winery hub of Woodinville, a group attraction in itself.... more!

Want to see Seattle's sights? Get ready...to stay in Federal Way | Puget Sound Business Journal

01/23/2015
Most of the Seattle area's iconic tourist attractions - the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, EMP Museum, etc. - are in Seattle. But the surrounding cities are finding more ways to tell travelers that they are great places to stay, play and spend, too. ... more!

Star Trek Seattle comes to Bellevue | Bellevue Reporter

12/10/2014
Bellevue Reporter Convention to draw Trekkies to Meydenbauer this weekend Meydenbauer Center will be the final frontier for Star Trek fans looking to meet up with other Trekkies this weekend and get up close and personal with some of their favorite actors from the sci-fi franchise's five television programs over the past 48 years.    ... more!

States of Englightenment | Smart Meetings

12/01/2014
WASHINGTON AND OREGON Progressive trends at the heart of the Pacific Northwest The Age of Enlightenment during the 18th century was characterized by individualism and reason.  As traditional, social, religious and political ideas were rejected, alternative views and lifestyles emerged.  ... more!

City Spotlight: Bellevue, Washington | Connect Your Meetings

05/30/2014
Connect-Meetings Intelligence by Connect Staff  Connected to Seattle via the world's longest floating bridge, Bellevue lives up to the origins of its name, which means "beautiful view." Nestled between Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish, the city has a 320-acre wetland preserve and a 53-acre botanical garden. It's been named one of the safest cities in the United States by Forbes magazine, and companies such as Eddie Bauer, Microsoft, T-Mobile, Verizon and Expedia all have offices within its boundaries. ... more!

Creative Streak-Meeting Options Showcase Creativity

04/15/2014
Meetings Focus Magazine - When convening in the Greater Seattle area, the reigning cultural hub of the Pacific Northwest, attendees have access to a plethora of options that showcase creativity.From a glass art venue in the "Emerald City" and a culinary arts facility in Seattle's Southside to a variety of museums, performance centers and more throughout Tacoma, Bellevue and Snohomish County, it's a snap for planners to incorporate a bit of the local arts scene into a meeting itinerary. ... more!

West Coast

02/26/2014
Connected to Seattle via the world's longest floating bridge, Bellevue lives up to the origins of its name, which means "beautiful view."  ... more!

Beautiful View- Seattle Neighbor Bellevue has Panoramas

01/01/2013
'Beautiful View' Seattle Neighbor Bellevue has Panoramas Not to Miss- Group Tour Western Magazine There is a view you don't want to miss in northwest Washington.   ... more!

Urban and Outdoor Discoveries in Washington

12/01/2012
Smart Meetings Meet in a the city with a bit of nature on the side.  ... more!