Located at 900 Boylston Street, the Hynes Convention Center is an industry-leading technology event space in the heart of Boston’s charming and historic Back Bay neighborhood. Hynes offers 160,000 square feet of registration and function space that offer dramatic views of Boston’s Back Bay. The Hynes has easy access to anywhere in the building in three minutes or less, dining options just steps outside of the convention doors, and convenient transposition options.
Navigating to the Hynes Convention Center
The Hynes Convention Center is located just 15 minutes from Logan International Airport with direct shuttle access via the Back Bay Logan Express shuttle. Driving into the city? There are numerous parking garages totaling over 4,400 spaces within a 3-block walk of the convention center.
Hynes is just steps away from 4 subway stations: Hynes Convention Center | Copley | Prudential on the Green line | Back Bay on the Orange line
Shopping in Boston
Boston shopping has something for everyone. Here are just a few of the great shopping possibilities that Boston offers – Copley Place Shopping Galleries: Boston’s most distinctive luxury shopping destination. The Copley Square Shopping Galleries are connected to the Hynes Convention Center. Prudential Center: Prudential Center’s retail complex is internationally renowned. The Center features over 75 unique shops and restaurants and is connected to the Hynes Convention Center. Newbury Street: Back Bay’s beautiful tree-lined Newbury street is filled with sidewalk cafes, trendy boutiques, specialty stores, and high-end designers.
Dining in Boston
Boston has a well-deserved rep as a historic city that is home to some world-famous celebrity chefs. From stellar seafood served along waterfront rooftops to grilled masterpieces at downtown steakhouses to a burger from the corner pub, you will experience great food. Boston’s Back Bay area offers some of the best dining experiences available. Restaurants with great reviews in the area include: L’Espalier (French), Mistral (Mediterranean), Sorellina (Italian), The Capital Grille (American), Uni (Sushi), Casa Romero (Mexican), Legal Sea Foods (Seafood), and many more.
Boston's Historic Landmarks
Founded in 1630, Boston is one of the oldest settlements in the country and keeps history alive by preserving its past though the city’s many historic buildings, museums, trails, and monuments. Take a walk on the Freedom Trail – a 2.5 mile red-lined route that leads you through 16 historically renowned sites, including important landmarks of the American Revolution such as the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Faneuil Hall, Old North Church, USS Constitution, Bunker Hill Monument and many more.
Boston Arts & Music
Boston offers some of the finest museums in the country, distinguished musical institutes, and glamorous theater venues. Boston Theater District is the center of Boston’s theater scene hosting major historic and maintained theaters including the Citi Wang Theater, the Boston Opera House, and many more. Boston Museums: Visit the Museum of Fines Arts, Institute of Contemporary Art, and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Boston’s Music & Dance: Attend one of the world’s most famous musical institutions – Boston’s Symphony Hall. See the Boston Ballet, one of the leading dance companies in the world, on stage.