Going beyond the boardroom is possible with unique off-sites and memorable experiences in Aurora, Colorado. Explore our top spaces for extraordinary gatherings.
This aviation factory-turned-marketplace is a reimagined destination for meetings of any size. There are more than 50 locally owned businesses in the marketplace, including eateries, a brewery, pour-your-own taps, boutique shops, and more.
This modern gastropub combines the wholesomeness of farm-fresh ingredients with the creativity of a top-notch restaurant. Diners can expect a delicious menu based on a scratch-to-table mantra. Book a table or go for something with a larger wow-factor like the outdoor greenhouses or stunning yurt.
As one of the largest indoor and outdoor venues on the Front Range, The Hangar is your destination for everything meetings. Original structures from the 1954 building bring character to any event and include steel beams, polished concrete floors, large wooden wire spools, and a 30-inch light fixtures that once lit up Stanley Aviation.
What to bake your cake and eat it too? Create Cooking School offers the ultimate team building and dining experience. Book their space for a private cooking class where trained chefs and co-owners, Diego and Raz, will guide you through the process. All ingredients are included, and there is a full-service bar on-site perfect for sipping on cocktails.
Much more than your average museum, Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum is filled with aircraft cockpits and a world-class exhibit, all inside a World War II-era aircraft hangar. Attendees will be floored by the history and more impressed with the space. From 50 to 3,500 guests, Wings Over The Rockies is no stranger to large-scale events, catering, and concerts.
Located in the heart of the Aurora Cultural Arts District, The People’s Building is one of those unique venues you’ll keep coming back to. With more than 3,000 sq. ft. of flex space, concert set-ups, and stadium seating, The People’s Building is the link between arts, wellness, community, and a thriving society.
Aurora’s oldest brewery has two unique locations that can adapt to any size group. Dry Dock North Dock’s location indoor/outdoor space and includes free brewery tours. It is also located by Denver International Airport, making it easier for attendees coming and going. Or let your attendees learn by doing. The Brew Hut is attached to Dry Dock South Dock and offers various classes, including beer making and mozzarella cheese making.
This marina and lake house is perfect for showcasing Aurora’s vast, natural terrain. On the upper deck, amaze your attendees with Rocky Mountain sunset views with a cocktail in hand. During the warmer months, jet skis, paddleboards, and kayaks can be rented.
Add a little Western to your next event. The Stampede, a country-western dance hall, has more than 35,000 sq. ft. for groups and private events. Consider adding-on-line dancing. Located On Havana Street, Aurora’s best hub for international eats, cater eats from around the globe while your attendees smile from ear to ear.
Known as the Main Street of Aurora, Southlands has that perfect dining and open, outdoor space. There are dozens of group-focused opportunities, including the Wine Experience Café & World Cellar, ice skating in the winter, summer events like Farmer’s Markets an outdoor concert. Pick out Colorado gifts for attendees at The LOCAL or schedule a tasting and tour and Bent Barley Brewing Company.
The county fair's permanent home, The Arapahoe County Fairgrounds & Events Center, is an expansive event venue for everything from trade shows and receptions to sporting events, conferences, festivals, livestock shows, and more. It has all the space you could ever need.
This modern mall is blossoming with creative meeting space and things to do. FieldHouse USA is in construction and will attract dozens of monthly sports visitors and more. Outdoor spaces can host 2,000 people and indoor spaces (including the Center Court) can comfortably host 500.