Attune Boston is an excellent location for any size event, meeting, seminar, or presentation. Offering four distinct seasons to enjoy, historic Boston is the perfect event backdrop, no matter the time of year. The city has some of the top restaurants in the country, as well as world-class transportation with subway, bus, trolley car, and boat service all located nearby. Boston has over 19 million domestic and over 1.7 million international visitors each year and is a top destination for travelers and business professionals looking to meet and learn while visiting the area.
- Stone Zoo (13 minutes by car)
Stone Zoo is a small to medium size zoo which includes rocky forested hillsides dedicated to large habitats for Species Survival Plan programs and low-lying areas densely developed with smaller exhibits for animals. Among the exhibit areas are the Mexican Gray Wolf Exhibit, the Himalayan Highlands (Yak, snow leopards, black-necked crane), Yukon Creek (simulates the Canadian boreal forest with bald eagles, North American porcupines, arctic fox, American black bear, and Canadian lynx), and Treasures of the Sierra Madre.
- DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum (27 minutes by car)
DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is the premiere presenter of modern sculpture in the region, which extends over 30 acres of breathtaking lawns and rolling woodland. There is a wide variety of outdoor and contemporary sculptures and installations. Each year, DeCordova attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world.
- Minute Man National Historical Park (9 minutes by car)
This nearby attraction commemorates the opening battle of the American Revolutionary War. The National Historical Park protects 970 acres of land located in and around Lexington, Concord, and Lincoln. The park includes the Wayside, where three noted American authors lived.
- Freedom Trail
Traverse the 2.5 mile trail for the ultimate walk through American history. Along the trail, there are 16 sites that were of paramount importance to freedom and civil liberties in the United States. The trail passes through North End, Beacon Hill, and other famous historic Boston neighborhoods. You can enjoy a meal in one of the great restaurants in the area and visit Faneuil Marketplace to do some shopping.
- Theater District
Don’t miss the New England city’s riveting Theatre District with its fantastically restored historic theaters featuring everything from Broadway shows and kids shows to Boston Ballet performances, comedy shows, and avant-garde productions.
America’s Hub of Quality Education
Boston has one of the highest numbers of universities per capita of all cities in the US. Apart from Harvard and MIT, there is Tufts in Somerville/Medford, U-Mass Boston, Boston University (BU), Boston College (BC), Emerson, Northeastern, Wentworth, Wheelock, Suffolk, and Simmons in Boston and tens of others around Boston, including Brandeis, Bentley, and UMass Lowell. The city is also the premier Biotech hub of the country and boasts a highly-qualified labor force.
Best Events In Boston
- Boston Marathon (the 3rd Monday of April)
People across the globe know about and compete in the famous Boston Marathon, New England's most-watched sporting event, which has been taking place here for more than a century.
- Fall Foliage Tours (Fall, Boston & New England)
If you go on one of Boston’s fall foliage tours, you will delight in leaves in all colors of the rainbow in some of the most beautiful parts of the countryside surrounding the city. Let yourself be driven around selected locations and enjoy the spectacular scenery after a long, intense meeting.
- Boston Calling (Memorial Day Weekend)
This festival features music, comedy, exhibitions, tens of food vendors, a vast selection of wines and beers, and even a few surprise attractions. It is held over Memorial Day Weekend. The music festival features established and new rock, pop, rap, indietronic, funk, R&B, and other acts.