Throw Your Next Team Meeting or Celebrate in Style at one of These Amazing Tiburon Event Venues

If you’re looking for a unique spot to hold an end-of-year fundraiser, launch the latest product, host a training session, or you just want to treat the executive team to a ‘thanks for your hard work’ getaway, Tiburon is waiting.

Located just 15 minutes by ferry from San Francisco, the waterside town with the quaint village vibes is the alternative to a concrete jungle gathering. With intimate and inspiring venues to choose from and a picturesque waterside setting that are mere minutes from San Francisco, Tiburon feels far-removed from the cubicles and computer screens of the daily grind, making it the ideal destination for roll-up-your-sleeves meetings and convivial team celebrations.

The Lodge at Tiburon
With 103 guest rooms, seven meeting spaces, upscale and casual catering, and audio-visual equipment, and an ideal location— walking distance to Tiburon’s charming Main Street—The Lodge at Tiburon makes a solid case for a getaway with the team (and their plus ones). The Lodge at Tiburon has close to 11,000 square feet of multi-use conference and event space, including a couple of outdoor areas for alfresco lunches and dinners, the intimate 330-square-foot Compass Boardroom that can seat 16, and the nearly 2,000-square-foot Mainsail Ballroom, invites up to 200 seated guests (theater-style) or 125 for a seated banquet. With Tiburon’s downtown just a few steps away, after-work socializing, dining, and tours are a breeze. Start planning here

Water’s Edge Hotel
On the shores of San Francisco Bay, the postcard-like hotel on Tiburon’s Main Street has 23 rooms, making it an ideal setting for overnight board meetings with plus ones, incentive getaways, and planning sessions with panache. For a pampering touch, breakfast can be delivered each day to rooms, or a buffet can be set up adjacent to the 560-square-foot conference room that can be set up boardroom or u-shaped. An evening wine reception and free WIFI add to the allure of the Water’s Edge Hotel, whose staff can assist with catering and other details that make meetings go off without a hitch. Start planning here

China Cabin Magic

China Cabin
For a small gathering in a one-of-a-kind space, this National Maritime Treasure on the Belvedere waterfront offers some serious eye candy for your photos. Inside, China Cabin can welcome 40 guests seated or 55 standing. The only challenge will keeping focused on the main event as eyes can’t help but wander around the ornate walnut woodwork, etched glass windows, brass chandeliers with crystal prisms, and elaborate gold leaf on the walls. At night, when strung with lights outside on the small deck, China Cabin is nothing short of magical. Book your event here

Corinthian Yacht Club
For a side of history with your next team meeting, the historic Corinthian Yacht Club, founded in 1886, is one of the oldest, landmarks in the San Francisco area, known for its Colonial Revival architecture, shimmering white façade, and unobstructed views of Angel Island and the San Francisco skyline. Spaces here feel are blank canvas on which you can paint your perfect meeting, lavish fundraiser, or creative team building event. The wood-paneled 2,800-square-foot Grand Ballroom and bright and airy 858-square-foot Sun Porch can be set up for presentations and meetings, while the cocktail bar and outside deck make for ideal after meeting toasts with the team. In-house chefs and catering service are available to customize nibbles or a sit-down meal. Start planning here.

Old St. Hilary's

Old St. Hilary’s
This cute-as-a-button white clapboard historic landmark sits on a hill above town and has sweeping views of the bay too. Inside, the former chapel can seat 115 for theater-style presentations, concerts, talks, and is picture perfect for intimate weddings. Curious? Start here

Art & Garden Center
The Art & Garden Center ticks all the boxes when it comes to planning an intimate and picturesque event thanks to a historic cottage and garden with views of Richardson Bay. A large flat lawn, as well as four terraces joined by curving brick walkways is surrounded by oak and redwood trees, colorful flower beds and blooming bushes, and a rose arbor that provide Mother Nature’s superb décor. A restored farmhouse, built in the 1870s when Tiburon was a bustling railroad terminus, is also a charming touch, as is the cottage featuring two sun-filled rooms and an original wood burning stove, adding a cozy touch to meetings, parties, and weddings. Multiple configurations around the property are available for seated and standing events. Reach out here to learn more.

The Railroad Museum
A venue steeped in Tiburon history, this tiny museum has a world-class view of the Golden Gate Bridge and bay. The grey Greek Revival building was the former San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad Station House and depot. Now it’s an Instagrammable spot for a sunset cocktail mixer. Located in Tiburon’s Shoreline Park, it's just a short flat stroll from hotels, restaurants, and shops along Main Street.

The Ranch at Dairy Knoll
When versatility and flexibility are top priority, look no further that this sweet location for your corporate meetings, training, team-building offsites, or multi-generational party. Located in hills of the Tiburon peninsula, The Ranch can host a banquet of up to 147 people in one great room (2,310 square feet) or break out groups of 49 people in each of the three private meeting/class rooms. This site includes a full kitchen, spacious outdoor patios and picnic areas, as well as audio-visual equipment, dry-erase boards, easels, flat screen TVs, and DVD players. The Ranch can also accommodate bounce houses and other children’s entertainment/

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