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Posted on April 9, 2015 at 9:07AM by Dayna Cantelmi
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Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center Self-Guided Art Tour

  • 1101 Lincoln Street
  • Columbia, SC 29201
  • Phone: 803-545-0001
  • Fax: 803-545-0013
  • Tollfree: 800-264-4884
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Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center invites you to take a self-guided art tour of the facility. Pick up your copy of the self-guided art tour brochure in the Columbia Regional Visitors Center, located on the upper level of the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center and start the tour.

The art was created by local artists who drew inspiration from the region's three rivers and the brick masonry facade. Resulting pieces include abstract paintings, traditional landscapes and others in between.

The Convention Center itself is a work of art. The red brick, linear shapes, and metal canopies of the center relate to the existing city fabric, while its crisp forms, soaring spaces and expanses of clear glass set it apart as an exciting new addition. Elaborately landscaped and ideal for our year-round climate, the terraced garden area allows visitors to relax amongst magnolia trees, exotic plants, and custom gazebo.

Visitors move through expansive concourses and pre-function spaces, enjoying views to the garden, to Lincoln Street and up toward the State House. Daylight from the glass skylights and exterior walls enhance the rich interior color palette drawn from the community's historic and natural environment. The custom carpets of the facility are inspired by palmetto and river themes that further reinforce a strong sense of place.

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  • Handicap Accessible:
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  • Price Range Maximum: $$ - $101-150
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  • Size in Square Feet: 1
Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center Meeting Facility
  • # of Rooms: 15
  • Total Sqft.: 57,000
  • Largest Room: 17,135
  • Theatre Capacity: 2,000
  • Banquet Capacity: 1,450
  • Classroom Capacity: 1,200
  • Exhibit Space:
  • Exhibits: 24,700
  • Number of Booths: 140
  • Reception Capacity: 2,000
  • Ceiling: 30
  • Description: Welcome to the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. This dazzling 142,500 square-foot facility was designed with you in mind! From abundant pre-function space to beautifully equipped break out rooms; a 24,700 square-foot, column free exhibit hall to an exquisite 17,135 square-foot ballroom -- your next meeting or event is sure to be an overwhelming success!
  • Distance to Airport: 9

Meeting Facility Rooms

Room Name Dimensions Ceiling Sq. Ft. Theater Classroom Size Banquet Capacity Reception
Columbia Ballroom 116 X 145   24     17135.00     1200     850     1000     1200  
Columbia Ballroom Division A 110 X 53   24     6290.00     400     340     328     400  
Columbia Ballroom Division B 116 X 46   24     5470.00     350     280     304     350  
Columbia Ballroom Division C 110 X 53   24     5375.00     350     280     304     350  
Exhibit Hall 160 X 150   30     24700.00     2000     1200     1450     2000  
Congaree Room 35 X 59   14     2135.00     140     90     80     140  
Congaree Room 1A 35 X 28   14     1080.00     70     50     40     70  
Congaree Room 1B 35 X 28   14     1055.00     70     50     40     70  
Richland Room 61 X 90   16     5540.00     400     300     304     400  
Richland Room 2A 61 X 30   16     1900.00     135     100     112     135  
Richland Room 2B 61 X 28   16     1840.00     130     96     80     130  
Richland Room 2C 61 X 28   16     1800.00     125     100     80     125  
Lexington Room 61 X 65   16     4045.00     280     200     192     280  
Lexington Room 3A 61 X 35   16     2235.00     130     100     96     130  
Lexington Room 3B 61 X 28   16     1810.00     125     96     80     125  
Carolina Room 29 X 58   14     1930.00     130     90     70     130  
Carolina Room 4A 29 X 27   14     950.00     60     40     32     60  
Carolina Room 4B 29 X 28   14     980.00     60     40     32     60  
Hall of Fame Room 25 X 60   13     1540.00     80     65     72     80  
Boardroom X   9