Meetings & Conferences
Meeting Halls and Conference Centers within the City of Burlington Historic District...
If you’re seeking stellar meeting facilities steeped in history, let us offer these easy-to-reach facilities. Your company or group can meet, stay in comfort, and still have time to see many of the sights in Burlington.
These nearest meeting rooms and conference centers are less than 2 miles from Interstate 295 (Exit 47), within a mile of Rte. 13 / Rte. 413 and the Burlington-Bristol Bridge to Pennsylvania. The New Jersey Turnpike Exit 5 is just 10 minutes away, and the the Turnpike Bridge to Pennsylvania Turnpike is similarly accessible.
We enjoy great access to the NJ TRANSIT River LINEsm light rail connecting 17 destinations from Camden to Trenton, with our two station, Towne Centre and Burlington South (the latter with a park’n’ride facility). River LINE affords quick, clean comfortable access to transit centers, regional rail, entertainment and sports venues all at a very reasonable price.
Just beyond the Historic District, find all your favorite national shopping and discount centers and restaurants.
Hotel accommodations are conveniently located, many adjacent to the Turnpike Exit. Please see our Accommodations page for more info.
Why not call the facilities now for more information, pricing and reservations?
Burlington Meeting House Conference Center
340 High Street
PO Box 246
Burlington, NJ 08016
Carol L. Strawson, Director
Meetings, retreats, conferences, and celebrations with accommodations for meals and overnight gatherings can all take place in this 18th Century Meeting House. The building includes overnight accomodations for up to 88 people, meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 200 people, and a kitchen for caterers. Built around an historic Quaker meetinghouse, the facility has become an important part of the Burlington community. Carol Strawson, the director of the meetinghouse, is able to meet with a diverse clientele and help them as they plan events using this site.
MEETING HALLS & SPACES
Burlington County Historical Society
Corson Poley Center
containing the Delia Biddle-Pugh Library and Aline K. Wolcott Museum Gallery
454 Lawrence St.
Burlington, NJ 08016
Lisa Fox-Pfeiffer, Executive Director
Historical Society Campus Open Tue.–Sat. 1pm–5pm
Have your meeting where the past is our present to you. Welcome to the City of Burlington.