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Conference Venue

Santa Clara Convention Center

5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

The Santa Clara Convention Center is strategically located in the heart of Silicon Valley, a prime location for conventions, trade shows and exhibitions. The Santa Clara Convention Center is minutes from hotels, restaurants, Levi’s Stadium, California’s Great America Theme Park, and many of the largest and most influential technology companies in the world, with easy access to freeways and Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport and only 45 miles south of San Francisco.

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Explore the Surrounding Area!

Discover Santa Clara

Once the domain of the Ohlone Tribe and later a rich farming area of fruit orchards, Santa Clara has grown into a city of nearly 130,000 residents with a diverse range of attractions in Silicon Valley. Bordering San Jose and less than an hour south of San Francisco, this longtime tech hub has also emerged as a prominent player on the international sports scene and makes an ideal base for visitors looking to explore the Bay Area.

Things to Do in Santa Clara


Santa Clara is the home of Levi’s Stadium, home field of the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers and has played host to some of the world’s biggest sporting events and concerts, which to date have included Super Bowl 50, the 2017 Concacaf Gold Cup soccer finals, the 2019 college football national championship game, and 2023 tour performances by Taylor Swift and Beyoncé. The next few years will see the stadium hosting more world-stage events such as Super Bowl LX and 2026 FIFA World Cup. Be sure to visit the 49ers Museum to see the Vince Lombardi Trophies the team has won as five-time Super Bowl champions.


Long before Santa Clara became a destination for sports fans, theme-park lovers flocked to California’s Great America for the gravity-defying thrills on the looping, corkscrewing Demon roller-coaster and summertime water-park fun. The tradition that began in 1976 continues today on such rides as the revolutionary RailBlazer roller-coaster, which has three inversions and reaches speeds of up to 52 mph, and at Great America’s South Bay Shores water park, where the seven-story Pacific Surge sends you plunging along six waterslides.


The city is also home to Mission Santa Clara de Asís, the eighth of the 21 California missions founded by the Spanish. Established in 1777, the mission moved five times before reaching its current site in 1822. There are also living reminders of the mission era, including a 140-year-old wisteria arbor and a rose garden.

The mission is situated on the Santa Clara University campus, where you can attend theater and dance performances, as well as sporting events featuring teams competing in 20 Division 1 sports (Santa Clara’s women’s soccer team won the 2020 national championship). Or visit the university’s de Saisset Museum for exhibits focused on California art and history.


There’s more art in Santa Clara at the free Triton Museum of Art, which specializes in contemporary California works and features a lovely sculpture garden. For a very different kind of museum experience, Santa Clara's 10,000-square-foot Intel Museum takes you inside the world of the computer-chip industry.