Visiting Boston in Massachusetts
Boston is known for its famous Clam Chowder, Fenway Park, it’s rich history, it’s access to innovation, and of course, the bar from Cheers.
Steeped in history and housing a plethora of diverse neighbourhoods with a legacy of arts, culture, and education, Boston has something for everyone. Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and the capital and most populous city of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Boston is quirky, historic and home to over 50 colleges and universities in the Greater Boston area, including Harvard and MIT. It has the art, food, and nightlife of a big city, with the friendliness and heart of a small town. It is also home to four world-class professional sports teams—the Red Sox (MLB), Bruins (NHL), Celtics (NBA) and Patriots (NFL).
Our DMC services in Boston
Our Destination Management offerings expertly showcase this city to give an insider’s perspective to what's innovative, what’s hot, unique learning outcomes or an exploration of American colonial history.
Depending on the nature of your program, we can tailor something as informative as a private guided walk through the freedom trail, a day at a ballgame watching the Boston Red Sox compete, an educational development program at Harvard University or a relaxing day at a private island on Boston’s Harbour.
If you are considering a dual program we find Boston works well with the bustling metropolis of New York as it has convenient transport links between both cities.
When to visit Boston?
Boston has a varied climate and summers are typically warm which makes it a great place to visit during the summer.
Boston experiences its prime weather from May to September. July is the hottest month in Boston with an average temperature of 73°F (23°C), and the coldest is January at 29°F (-2°C). The wettest month is April.