Hosting an exceptional event takes unconventional features, which is why ours will not only compliment your next event but will take it to the next level. See how our unconventional features can help make your event one to remember.
Meetings happen in places all over the country but in Cleveland, our Center lives and breathes green. We welcome you to experience our comprehensive green initiative package supported by an eco-friendly design. For those of you perusing our website, here’s a peek at some of our most influential initiatives:
Our Center is a proud home to The Real Farmville, our onsite farm, that is managed by our exclusive catering partner, Levy Convention Centers (Levy).
Overlooking the ballroom level ledge, The Real Farmville was developed with a passion to showcase a commitment to sustainability. The farm is comprised of livestock, seasonal greens, herbs, veggies, eggs, and honey.
When Levy isn’t hard at work sustaining the farm, they’re sourcing responsibly from local, organic, hormone-free and antibiotic-free farms like The Chef’s Garden pioneered by a local farmer, Farmer Lee Jones, and partnering with local markets like Cleveland’s West Side Market.
As a gigabit-rated center that’s ranked among the most technologically advanced convention centers in the world, we offer an all-encompassing technology package! With a network capable of hosting over 15,000 devices simultaneously at speeds of 1 billion bits per second, redundant Cisco core network components, substantial infrastructure, streaming and video conferencing capabilities, and many more tech features, utilizing advanced or modern event technology will never be more convenient.
Learn more about our tech-features through our detailed technology package.
When you come to our center, we want you to know that you’re in Cleveland. To accomplish this cultural presence, we decided it was time to work with a local art consultant who could help bring out the CLE in Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland.
The Cleveland Convention Art Gallery is an exhibition space for local/regional artists, and the artwork displayed is intended to honor the broad diversity, history, and community growth. Our current exhibit, Table For Two, highlights the legacies of local artists Harriet Moore Ballard and Patricia Zinsmeister Parker.
The gallery is located on the concourse level and is free/open to the public. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., but are subject to the facility’s convention, trade show, and meeting schedule.