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Temple, TX Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 15
Total Sleeping Rooms 1,121
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 133
Committable Meeting Rooms* 10
Convention Center Space 30,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 18,550 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $77
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $46
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $269
*Maximum for a single hotel

Temple, TX Things to Do and Attractions

Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum

Housed in the restored 1910 Santa Fe Depot, complete with a working Amtrak station, the Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum showcases railroad and local history, with exhibits on railroad equipment, model trains and more. Founded in 1973 to

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Wilson House

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the wildly unique Wilson House serves as a statement of innovation, design excellence and commitment to the continuous development of interior surfacing products. Designed and built in 1959 as the

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Bell County Museum

Lauded as a vital resource for the collection, interpretation and preservation of Bell County heritage, the Bell County Museum houses more than 12,000 objects related to the region. Exploring pre-history, the land grant period, the 1850 formation

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Cultural Activities Center

As Central Texas' premier visual and performing arts center, Temple's Cultural Activities Center features performances by professional touring artists, four art studios, four art galleries, dance camps and classes and private event space. The

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Czech Heritage Museum and Genealogy Center

Temple's Czech Heritage Museum and Genealogy Center welcomes visitors to experience the life of Czech immigrants as they began to settle in Texas in the mid 19th century and well into the 20th century. The museum houses more than 30,000 artifacts

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Cheeves Bros. Steakhouse

A classic upscale steakhouse, Cheeves Bros. Steakhouse features USDA Prime steaks, an award-winning wine cellar and such luxurious touches as limousine service and an in-house florist. The steakhouse's Old World feel is accented by exposed brick,

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Megg's Cafe

Specializing in fresh, seasonal and local fare, the family-owned Megg's Cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and features an in-house bakery and full bar. Entree selections have included herb roasted chicken with local kale, stewed tomato,

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Located in historic downtown Temple, Pignetti's serves traditional Italian cuisine complemented by an extensive wine selection. Entree selections include beef-stuffed tortellini in San Marco cream sauce with prosciutto and mushrooms, grilled Ahi

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O'Brien's Irish Pub

Housed in a 100-year-old downtown Temple building with brick walls, original hardwood floors, historic photographs and unique art, O'Brien's Irish Pub serves traditional Irish and American fare. Guests dine on such entrees as shepherd's pie,

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Sol De Jalisco

Offering two locations in Temple, the casual Sol De Jalisco serves home-style, fresh Mexican cuisine, including classic tacos, burritos, tamales, tortas, quesadillas, enchiladas and fajitas. Entrees include carne asada of beef skirt steak with

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Mother Neff State Park

Situated within 30 minutes of Temple in Moody, the 259-acre Mother Neff State Park occupies an area along the floodplain and escarpment of the Leon River. As the first official state park in Texas, Mother Neff State Park offers camping, hiking,

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Temple Symphony Orchestra

The Temple Symphony Orchestra performs a broad range of repertoire to dives audiences, as well as features local, national and international artists performing classical music, pops and jazz. The symphony orchestra's approximate 65 musicians from

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Belton Lake

Situated 17 miles upstream of the confluence of the Leon River and the Little River, and eight miles west of Temple, Belton Lake was completed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1954 to control flooding within Brazos River Basin. Today, Belton

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Miller Springs Park

When Belton Lake overflowed its spillway in 1992, a rush of water carved out a huge canyon and created wetlands now part of the 360-acre Miller Springs Park. Set along the Leon River and below Belton Lake, Miller Springs Park features hiking,

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Temple Civic Theatre

Housed in an 11,000-square-foot facility with a 228-seat auditorium, Temple Civic Theatre performs six main productions each year, as well as special presentations. Working to enrich the artistic and cultural base of Central Texas, Temple Civic

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