Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau Contact:

Kelley JuarezĀ 

(617) 867-8230

National Council for the Social Studies: 2014 Annual Conference

The Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau, along with the Boston Hospitality Partners, is thrilled to welcome the National Council for the Social Studies to Boston. A lot has changed here recently so be prepared to be introduced to a new Boston. Our Waterfront is booming with restaurants and harbor walks, our museums have expanded and our hotels have renovated. But not to worry, our mix of colonial charm and urban sophistication still shines through making Boston a dynamic site for meetings of all kind.

Cambridge is often referred to as "Boston's Left Bank" with an atmosphere and attitude all its own. It's the spirited, slightly mischievous side of Boston, just a bridge away on the other side of the Charles River. Packed with youthful vitality and international flair, it is a city where Old World meets New Age in a mesmerizing blend of history and technology.

Even though Boston is one of the largest cities in the country, its accessibility is unparalleled. And while it's easy to see the sights on foot, Boston also has an excellent public transportation system. In addition to everything within the city limits, some of Massachusetts' most scenic and historic towns are just a short distance from the city center and its proximity to other must-see sites all around New England, make it one of the country's most diverse and exciting locations. For more information visit


There's only one destination like 3-2-1 Connect!

It's where your attendees can meet, sleep and play under one roof. Connect your next event to THREE great hotel properties, TWO upscale shopping destinations, and ONE Hynes Convention Center - all set in the heart of Boston's world-famous Back Bay Neighborhood.

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Assistance while in Boston:

Be sure to stop by the CVB Concierge Desk at the BCEC. This desk is staffed by our Visitor Services Department who are truly exerts on everything there is to know about Boston...where to eat, how to get around and what attractions to visit.If you are out and about in the city, we also have information centers at The Shops at the Prudential Center Court and on the Boston Common.

GBCVB Visitor Information Desk                                          Boston Common Visitor Information Center
the Shops at Prudential Center Court                                 139 Tremont Street
Mon. - Fri. 9-5:30                                                                      Mon. - Fri. 8:30-5:00
Sat. & Sun. 10-6                                                                       Sat. & Sun. 9-5

Climate in Boston in November
Average High: 52°

Average Low: 38°

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