Wingspan Event & Conference Center
Tualatin Valley Welcomes New Multi-Use Event Center
After many years of planning, a new multi-use event center in Hillsboro at the site of the Washington County Fair Complex, is now complete. This new facility will provide Tualatin Valley with much-needed space for meetings, conferences, trade shows and other larger events. This new facility can accommodate events and meetings for larger groups and is now accepting bookings for future meetings and events. Learn more >>>
The new state-of-the art venue boasts nearly 58,000 square feet of total space, including approximately 39,000 square feet of exposition space, and a 10,220 square feet conference center. The event center offers flexible accommodations, allowing for various room configurations. An outdoor exhibit area also will be available.
Facts at a Glance
The new event center, Wingspan, is located at the Westside Commons (formerly known as the Washington County Fair Complex, 873 NE 34th Ave., Hillsboro, OR 97124), near downtown Hillsboro and more than a dozen hotels within a four-mile radius of the facility. The Center is easily accessible and located close to light rail and other public transportation.
- 87,312 square feet of total space, including 39,250 square feet of exposition space and a 10,225 square feet conference center
- Three meeting rooms and multiple breakout rooms
- Expansive lobby and gallery
- Catering kitchen
- Large entry plaza
- Outdoor exhibit area
For more information about the Wingspan Event & Conference Center, please contact the Washington County Visitors Association by email or call 503-644-5555.
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