Boston's Convention and Exhibition Center is ideally located in the Seaport District. Here, restaurants rule the scene, but many of Boston's must see attractions also live close by. Put on your walking shoes and make your way around the city by foot or enjoy the ease of a taxi or public transit.
The HarborWalk allows foot traffic access along the water to many Boston attractions like the Harbor side perch of the Institute of Contemporary Art where the stunning views from this dramatic structure rival the art within. The Tea Party Ships and Museum brings to life the event that set into motion a fight for freedom, and brought about the America of today; all in an interactive setting that will amuse children and adults alike. The Boston Children's Museum is a real crowd pleaser for little ones eager to play, while parents love it because everything they touch is a teaching tool.The HarborWalk will also let you find the dock that will launch you onto the wildest water ride around. A bit further on your path is the New England Aquarium where a 2013 renovation brought even more sea life to this marine habitat that offers a close look at marine life you'd never just bump into on the open sea.