Located in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, the Hynes Convention Center conveniently offers a connection to three leading
hotel properties, two upscale shopping destinations, nightlife, and historical attractions all within walking distance of the center. The Boylston Street hallway offers attendees one-of-a-kind views of the Back Bay, the Charles River, and Cambridge.
The Hynes Convention Center is located just 15 minutes from Logan International Airport with direct shuttle access via the Back Bay Logan Express shuttle, which costs just $7.50 (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and debit card ONLY). Other transportation options include:
The Hynes Convention Center is accessible via several bus routes and is just steps away from four subway stations: Hynes Convention Center, Copley, and Prudential on the Green line and Back Bay on the Orange line. See here for the public transit map.
Cab stands are located across the street from the Prudential Center and just outside of the Boylston Street entrance to the Hynes.
Experience Boston by checking out the below attractions:
Boston By Foot: A non-profit educational organization dedicated to promoting public awareness and appreciation of Boston's rich history and architectural heritage by offering a wide range of guided tours.
Boston Public Library Art and Architecture Tours: The Boston Public Library offers daily tours highlighting the architecture of its famed Central Library buildings by Charles Follen McKim and Philip Johnson as well as the art treasures within, including works by Daniel Chester French and John Singer Sargent.
Boston Ghosts and Gravestones Tour: Discover some of Boston’s deepest, darkest secrets on a “frightseeing” tour aboard the Trolley of the Doomed, which roams around the haunted streets and burial grounds of Boston.
Fenway Park Tours: Tour "America's most beloeved ballpark" and the home of the 2018 World Series Champions Boston Red Sox.
Duck Boat Tour: The tour will give you a great overview of the city, show you many unique neighborhoods and splash you into the Charles River for a breathtaking view of the Boston and Cambridge skylines.