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Boston, MA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 92
Total Sleeping Rooms 22,353
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,220
Committable Meeting Rooms* 119
Convention Center Space 2,700,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 817,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 184,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $287
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $69
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $254
*Maximum for a single hotel

Boston, MA Things to Do and Attractions

Faneuil Hall and Marketplace

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Bordered by Boston's Financial District, waterfront, North End, Government Center and Haymarket, Faneuil Hall Marketplace has been a celebrated Boston attraction for over 250 years, enticing over 14 million visitors annually. Located in the heart of

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Granary Burying Ground

Located downtown on Tremont Street, the Granary Burying Ground is the 3rd oldest burying ground in Boston. Roughly 2,345 gravestones populate the grounds, but it's likely that about 5,000 people are buried there. Dating back to 1660, the Granary is

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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

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Opened to the public January 1, 1903, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is located inside a striking 15th century Venetian-style palace with three stories of galleries surrounding a beautiful courtyard. The museum houses more than 2,500 paintings,

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Museum of Fine Arts

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Founded in 1870, the Museum of Fine Arts is not only one of the biggest museums in the United States, but also home to one of largest permanent collections of art in the nation - nearly 450,000 pieces. Originally located in a terra cotta brick,

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Paul Revere's House

Located at 19 North Square, this national historic landmark is the oldest building in downtown Boston. Built in 1680, Paul Revere's House is also one of the last buildings standing from the early Colonial era in America. While the home has gone

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Prudential Tower

Designed by Charles Luckman and Associates for Prudential Insurance, the 759-foot-tall Prudential Tower has 52 floors, making it the 2nd tallest skyscraper in Boston. The "Prudential Skywalk," located on the 50th floor, is the highest observation

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USS Constitution and Museum

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The USS Constitution, or "Old Ironsides," is the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world, owned and operated by the U.S. Navy since 1797. The ship was made from nearly 2,000 trees and was equipped with cannons made in Rhode Island and copper

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33 Restaurant and Lounge

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Located in Boston's Bay Back neighborhood, the chic and classy 33 Restaurant and Lounge transforms into one of Boston's hottest spots after dark. The lounge's hip, modern dcor features LED-lit stairwells, maple ceilings, exposed brick arches and

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Adams National Historical Park

Spanning nearly 14 acres, Adams National Historical Park is made up of 11 historic structures of significance to five generations of the Adams family from 1720 to 1927. The birthplaces of former U.S. Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams as

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Boston Beer Works

The oldest restaurant and brewery in the city, Boston Beer Works' flagship store has been a local favorite since its opening in 1992. Baseball paraphernalia blankets the walls, not surprising for a bar located steps away from Fenway Park. The

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Boston Light Tour

Visitors can enjoy the Boston Harbor Islands and their rich history on the Boston Light Tour. The three-hour experience departs from Fan Pier and takes guests on a narrated voyage in Boston Harbor to see Graves Light and Long Island Head Light. The

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Boston Movie Tours

As home to almost 400 movie and television shows, Boston has several sites that visitors are likely to have seen on the big or small screen. Boston Movie Tours takes visitors to these familiar locations, either on a two-hour bus tour or 90-minute

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Charles Riverboat Tours

Visitors can see all the historical highlights of Boston and Cambridge on the 60-minute narrated Charles Riverboat Tour. The tour includes sites along the Charles River Basin such as Esplanade Park, Beacon Hill, Boston University and the Back Bay, as

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Fenway Park

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Home of major league baseball's Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park dates back to 1912, making it the oldest stadium in the major leagues. Though the park offered the smallest seating capacity for years, it has recently steadily increased its space to nearly

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Freedom Trail Tours

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Visitors need not be overwhelmed by the number of must-see historic sites in Boston, as the Freedom Trail Foundation provides several tours of the Boston's most famous landmarks, from museums to meeting houses to burying grounds. The Freedom Trail

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Lucky's Lounge

As a self-proclaimed "homage to Sinatra," Lucky's Lounge has a laidback attitude and retro-style dcor that have made it a hotspot for Boston locals for years. Guests can enjoy a moderately-sized menu that includes marinated steak tips and seared

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Newbury Street

Encompassing eight blocks from the Boston Public Garden to Brookline Avenue, Newbury Street is lined with historic 19th century brownstones that house hundreds of boutiques, shops and restaurants ranging from upscale and elegant to quaint and

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Samuel Adams Boston Brewery Tour

Founded in Boston in 1985, Boston Beer Company brews the beers sold under the well-known Samuel Adams brand. Beginning with the introduction of Samuel Adams Boston Lager in the 1970s, the brand has expanded to 12 varieties year-round, including

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Vinalia

Meaning "wine festival" in Latin, Vinalia certainly lives up to its name. Located in the heart of Downtown Crossing, this lounge and wine bar boasts a 2,500-bottle collection with over 150 varieties, which can be sampled in one of Vinalia's weekly

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Atlantic Fish

Atlantic Fish has been a go-to stop for fresh seafood in Boston since its opening in 1978. Its detailed wood-paneled interior, reminiscent of marine vessels, and beautiful sea-themed murals hint at a menu made up of quality seafood selections and

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Bricco

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Located in the North End neighborhood, this elegant Italian restaurant boasts some of the best tables for people watching in the city, but its greatest draw is the impressive and innovative menu. Small plates and appetizers are ideal for groups

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Cheers

Cheers pub has two Boston locations, one in Beacon Hill and one in Faneuil Hall. Originally opened as Bull & Finch Pub in 1969, Cheers Beacon Hill's warm and cozy atmosphere was the inspiration for the immensely popular sitcom by the same name, and

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No. 9 Park

Located in Beacon Hill, No. 9 Park has been lauded for its elegant atmosphere and sophisticated cuisine since its opening in 1998. With a spot on Boston Magazine's 25 Best Places to Eat Right Now, the restaurant is housed in a spacious townhouse

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Silvertone Bar & Grill

Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of downtown on an indistinct side street, this retro bar and grill is very popular with locals. Though the wait for a table has been known to exceed an hour, professionals consistently choose Silvertone as their

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The Wine Cellar

Massachusetts Avenue is home to Boston's only fondue and wine restaurant. Brick walls, cast-iron fixtures and historic Boston-themed murals give the impression of dining in an authentic wine cellar. Non-fondue menu items such as smoked salmon

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Top of the Hub

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This 145-seat restaurant and 190-seat lounge located on the 52nd floor of the Prudential Tower offers breathtaking views of the Boston skyline. Chef Mark J. Porcaro and team have created an outstanding menu reflecting a blend of New England classics

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Z Square Restaurant & Bar

A hidden gem located in the heart of Harvard Square, Z Square Restaurant & Bar boasts creative American home cooking in a relaxed atmosphere. Favorites include curried crab cakes with orange-pineapple relish; chicken, sausage and shellfish paella;

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Boston Children's Museum

Founded in 1913, the Boston Children's Museum aims to help children understand and enjoy the world in which they live. The museum features over 10 permanent exhibits, including Arthur and Friends, where children can interact with their favorite

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Franklin Park Zoo

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Founded in 1913, the Franklin Park Zoo stretches across 72 acres of land. Located in Franklin Park, known as the "crown jewel" of the Parks of the Emerald Necklace, the zoo features hundreds of exotic animals from around the world. Ostriches and

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New England Aquarium

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Designed to reconnect Bostonians with their waterfront while providing an educational experience, the New England Aquarium opened in June 1969. Each year over 1.5 million people visit the aquarium's various attractions, which include a 200,000-gallon

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TOMB by 5W!TS

Production company 5W!TS takes visitors on a unique, interactive trip back in time to ancient Egypt. Visitors travel in groups of 15 people through a pharaoh's tomb and burial chamber at an archeological dig site, solving mental and physical hands-on

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Black Heritage Trail

Starting at the Museum of African American History, the Black Heritage Trail twists and turns through Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood, highlighting more than 15 pre-Civil War structures and sites. The trail is made up of important schools, houses

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Boston Common

The Boston Common dates back to 1634, making it one of the oldest public parks in the United States. Over the course of history, the park has served many purposes: a cow pasture during the 1630s; a camp for British troops before the Revolutionary

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Boston HarborWalk

Designed to encourage the public to enjoy the clean and restored Boston Harbor, the HarborWalk stretches nearly 47 miles through Boston's downtown area and waterfront neighborhoods, extending from Chelsea Creek to the Neponset River. The HarborWalk

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Chinatown Park

Recently opened in 2007, Chinatown Park was built to commemorate the passage of Asian immigrants and their influence on the city's culture. Based on the design ideas of Feng Shui, the park features gates, stones streams and plants sprawling across

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Parks of the Emerald Necklace

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Established to protect, restore and maintain the landscape, waterways and parkways of Boston, the Emerald Necklace Conservancy is made up of six parks that comprise half of the city's park acreage. Designed by America's first landscape architect

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Swan Boats

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Located in the 24-acre Boston Public Garden, the Swan Boats are a Boston tradition. Known for their appearance in stories such as Trumpet of the Swan and Make Way for Ducklings, the Swan Boats have been providing joy to all who ride them for over

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