|Bayfront Convention Center Shuttles|
|The Bayfront Convention Center provides a massive community exhibition hall and event space for Erie, Pennsylvania. It is notable for its picturesque views.|
These buses can provide transport throughout the city and the downtown area particularly. You can also find shuttle and sedan service along with private vans and shared rides to destinations throughout the city.
About the Bayfront Convention Center
The Bayfront Convention Center has several separate areas to accommodate different kinds of events as well as different sized groups. This space can seat 4000 when set up as a theater and 2000 when set up for a banquet. It could also host 160 trade show booths. The facility has its own power, gas and water grid and box office and support staff options are available for those who are using the Great Hall.
The Grand Ballroom covers 13,500 square feet and allows for 1000 people to be seated for a banquet, or for 77 exhibition or trade show booths. Like the Great Hall, it has its own power, water and gas grid and can be divided into smaller areas as needed. As a relatively new building that opened in 2007, the Bayfront Convention Center has all modern equipment needed for any kind of event.
The convention center also has fourteen meeting rooms which cover more than 14,000 square feet. These rooms come in a variety of sizes and can be further personalized. All meeting rooms have completely wireless Internet and data transfer abilities.
The Bayfront Convention Center also has an outdoor space, the Sunset Terrace, which is ideally suited for a cocktail party or formal reception with its breathtaking views of the bay.
Things to do in Erie
The Erie Art Museum is the primary source of visual art in Erie and focuses on modern and folk art. The museum also hosts jazz and blues concerts throughout the year. The Erie Art Museum sponsored a public art initiative called “GoFish” which placed 95 large fiberglass fish decorated in various styles throughout the city.
Another popular stop for visitors to Erie is “Millionaires Row” which is a street of 19th century Victorian residences. The most famous of these is the John Hill House. Of course, no visit to Erie is complete without a trip to the Erie Land Light, the local lighthouse.