|Frank J. Pasquerilla Conference Center Shuttles|
||The Frank J. Pasquerilla Conference Center is located in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. This large facility offers the ability to host special events like weddings and birthdays as well as the ability to bring business to the city in the form of trade shows, exhibitions and conferences.|
About Frank J. Pasquerilla Conference Center
The conference center offers more than 30,000 square feet of usable space for its visitors. A large portion of that space belongs to the ballroom complex, a set of six ballrooms that can be divided or combined to create a total ballroom space of 10,400 square feet. This space is most commonly used for special events like weddings and birthday parties, where the spaces are chosen and set up for wedding receptions with tables for eating as well as open ballroom space for dancing. The conference centered is located in historic downtown Johnstown.
There are also a wide variety of meeting spaces available at the Frank J. Pasquerilla Conference Center. There are six different meeting rooms with a combined square footage of more than 3500 square feet. These rooms, much like the ballroom, can be combined to create larger rooms or combinations of rooms that should meet the requirements of any business meeting or conference situation.
There is another 17000 square feet available in the War Memorial Exhibition Space. This is the space that is most commonly used for exhibitions and conferences. The facility operators are able to provide catering services for visitors who need them for their business meeting or wedding, as well as additional services and staffing as needed.
Johnstown has a variety of historic landmarks that a visitor might be interested in. These include the Cambria Iron Company, which is a National Historic Landmark. Johnstown is also the home of the Famous Coney Island Hot Dog eatery, which is well known throughout the area. The Frank and Sylvia Pasquerilla Discovery center has a permanent exhibit about immigration to the area in the 1900s. It also hosts the Johnstown Children’s Museum, which is a magnificent 7000 square foot area dedicated to the education of the area’s children. The complex also has the Iron and Steel gallery, which is a three story gallery about the history of iron and steel.
Johnstown has had several large historic floods and it is not surprising that it is the home of the Johnstown Flood National Memorial as well as the Johnstown Flood Museum, which shows the film, “The Johnstown Flood” which won an Academy Award.