Event Transportation in Boston, Massachusetts

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Called the “Hub of New England” Boston, Massachusetts is a popular, multicultural port town. Known for its rich history and friendly charm, Boston is one of the best event destinations on the East Coast, a great blend of stylish sophistication and traditional style.

Boston was founded early in our country’s history—in 1630—only ten years after the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock. Over the centuries, Boston grew as a popular port and harbor town. The city is almost completely surrounded by water, with the Atlantic Ocean on two sides and the Charles River running around the back and offers many water activities, venues and views.

Over 18 million people visit the city each year for events such as the Boston Marathon, Head of the Charles Regatta, Harborfest and Independence Day celebrations. Many people also make their way there for events, conventions and business meetings.

Boston’s famous medical and educational institutions help make it a national center of learning and knowledge. It boasts a thriving economy, and many meetings and conventions boast record-breaking attendance such as:

  • Joine Mathematics Meeting (7,000+ attendees)
  • International Boston Seafood Show (19,000+ attendees)
  • Anime (22,000+ attendees)
  • American Physical Society (9,700+ attendees)
  • Pediatric Academic Societies (8,400+ attendees)

Convention and Event Facilities in Boston

As an intellectual capital, Boston has the capacity and up-to-date infrastructure for almost any event. Three major convention centers in the city, including the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, the John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center, and the Seaport World Trade Center in the new waterfront neighborhood each have unique advantages. From downtown to the suburbs, there are conference centers for any event planner’s venue. Each of the city’s neighborhoods has a different style and tone to add local flavor to your meeting or conference.

In the greater Boston metro area there are more than 125 hotels to choose from, with flexible meeting spaces that can host events up to 10,000 people. The area is home to more than 60 colleges and universities, making it a fantastic location for acquiring guest speakers and attendees. Nearby Cambridge, MA is the East Coast’s leading hub for high tech and biotech and home to Harvard College and MIT.

Boston has everything a meeting or event planner could want:

  • Easy access by sea, land or air
  • Major convention centers
  • More than 30,000 hotel rooms
  • Centuries of national history and culture
  • A true walking city due to its long, early history
  • Exciting entertainment and night life scene

Event Transportation Systems is a full-service destination transportation company in Boston with more than 35 years of experience. Their drivers know the city well and will provide custom solutions such as shuttle transportation for corporate and association meetings and conventions, airport transportation, executive service, special event and tour transportation services, as well as conference and bus advertising and promotional video opportunities.

Special Boston Event Venues

There are more than 350 special event sites in and around Boston that can lend a unique feel to any event. Many of these are cultural sites owning to Boston’s rich heritage including Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the Boston Pops, or the Boston Tea Party ships and museum. Libraries like the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum, or Fenway Park, America’s oldest ballpark and home to the 2013 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox serve a double purpose since they are excellent attractions for group side trips.

Event Transportation Systems knows that ground transportation is the beginning of a successful event in Boston. Planning a successful event in a densely-populated area such as Massachusetts doesn’t just happen on its own…it starts with ETS to get your attendees in, out, and around town in style. Contact us to start your convention or meeting planning today.