ConventionSouth

JAN 2017

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⎜ ConventionSouth ⎜ J A N U A R Y 2 0 1 7 w w w . c o n v e n t i o n s o u t h . c o m 14 FEATURE: COOL SPOTS FOR HOT SUMMER MEETINGS Charles Carroll House, the home of the only Catholic and longest-living Declaration of Independence signer, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, is open for summer (and year-round) private events and rentals. Built between 1749 and 1751, the historic house has a beautiful terraced garden along Spa Creek in Annapolis and is perfect for parties, rehearsal dinners, celebra- tions, corporate retreats, meetings and off-site conference events of up to 185 individuals. The Carroll House is one of only 15 surviving Declara- tion of Independence signers' birth- places in the United States. Annapolis, Maryland In the River City by the Sea, groups can cool off by meeting along the sparkling St. Johns River, next to beautiful photogenic historic gar- dens, and surrounded by some of the best pieces of contemporary art in the entire world, all in one phenomenal spot, the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens. The Cummer is one of the most visited museums in Jacksonville, and an ideal spot to host any special event, offering private indoor and outdoor space, its own private chef, and the best views in the city. Jacksonville, Florida ➦ ➦

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