Visitors


The North Shore of Massachusetts, located 18 miles north of Boston, offers extensive resources for conventions, seminars, and group tours alike. The region, which sits on Boston's doorstep, is known for its diversity, natural beauty, historical and cultural amenities. Consider the following advantages and you will discover why the North of Boston region serves as an ideal convention and vacation destination.

Location/Accessibility The North of Boston region is easily acessible via Routes 1, 128 and Interstates 93 and 95. Conveniently located just a short distance from Logan International Airport, the region is easily traveled by automobile, commuter, rail or motorcoach.

Accommodations/Dining With dozens of lodging facilities from which to select, the North Shore represents a variety of upscale accommodations, resorts, intimate bed and breakfasts, and moderately priced hotels and motels. This, combined with an endless array of dining options, makes the North of Boston region ideal for intimate group visits or the most extravagantly planned convention.

Extended Stay Hotels
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites
Hampton Inn
Hawthorne Hotel
Homewood Suites by Hilton®
Marriott Hotel
Sheraton Hotels and Resorts

Recreational/Cultural Activities
From historical seaport towns to quaint New England villages, the North of Boston encompasses an array of cultural delights and recreational activities. Deep sea fishing, whale watching, river cruises, sunset sails, and miles of beaches await sea and sun lovers. For museum goers and historians, the North of Boston region is home to world-class museums and historically significant sites. Multi-cultural events, music theatre and antique shops round off the many recreational options available to groups or convention planners.