If you want to plan on excitement, plan on bringing your next conference to Boston. Here you'll find almost anything you can imagine. And so much more. Go on a whale watch cruise: a leaping 40-ton mammal makes quite an impact — especially when it hits the water. See land-based athletes put on a show at a Red Sox baseball game, or Celtics basketball game. If you want to be part of the action yourself, head to the dance floor of a local nightclub. Or take a jog along the banks of the scenic Charles River. Excite your palate at any one of our many incredible restaurants. You can feast on fresh lobster and other local delicacies, or choose from a multitude of ethnic cuisines.
Stimulate your mind at cultural and historic sites such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Symphony Hall, The Freedom Trail and the USS Constitution. Shop at our inviting stores and boutiques. And keep in mind that most of our wonderful attractions are just minutes apart by foot — including the Hynes Convention Center. Located in beautiful, European-inspired Back Bay, it's the perfect environment for learning. And as if all this weren't enough, Boston just happens to be significantly closer to Europe than any other major city in the United States. We invite you to find out more about how Boston can make a splash with any meeting group.

Contact the Hynes Convention Center: call (617) 954-2000 or fax (617) 954-2125.
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For more information on meeting in Boston, contact the Hynes Convention Center at (617) 954 2000.
Or for visitor information, call the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau at (617) 536 4100.
Also look for us at www.jbhynes.com, www.bostonusa.com and www.meetingpath.com