Watch and explore Boston with SNA of Massachusetts!


415 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210


Air Travel
Boston, Massachusetts is served by the Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), To reserve your airline tickets, you may use ATC Travel, (800) 458-9383 or Please book early for best flight options and lowest fare availability.

Ground Transportation
GO Boston Shuttle is the official ANC airport shuttle provider. Attendees will receive GO Boston Shuttle service to and from Boston Logan International Airport and SNA’s official hotels for approximately $15 one-way or $24 roundtrip. To use GO Boston Shuttle, visit and enter “SNA” for frequent user log-in or call 1 (888) 437-4379, ext. 1.

Taxi and other transportation services are also readily available from the airport. Located outside each terminal’s lower level; fare to downtown is about $25-$35.

Taxi Associations in Boston:
Boston Cab: (617) 536-5010
City Cab: (617) 536-5100
Independent Taxi (ITOA): (617) 825-4000
Metro Cab: (617) 782-5500
Top Cab: (617) 266-4800
Town Taxi: (617) 536-5000

Rental Cars
Located about 2 miles from airport. Courtesy phones are on each terminal’s lower level; shuttles outside each terminal: Advantage, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National and Thrifty.

Traveling by Car
The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC) maintains a parking lot on property known as the South Parking Lot. There are also valet parking services ($25) available on-site. There is no 24-hour parking or overnight parking at the BCEC. For detailed information, please visit

Build Your Summer Vacation around ANC 2014

The city of Boston, the state of Massachusetts and the entire New England region are rich with history, culture, nature and beauty. Whether you’re traveling from near or far, ANC 2014 is the perfect excuse to plan a perfect New England summer vacation—you can even bring the family along!

Trying to see every landmark in Boston, whether historic, cultural or otherwise, could fill months of your time. Make the most of your trip by paying a visit to these five most-commonly recommended sights — and mark the others as “must-sees” the next time you’re in town!

  • The Freedom Trail. This is almost a cheat because so many must-see sights reside on the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile stretch of all things pertaining to the Revolutionary War. Put on your walking shoes to visit the Paul Revere House, the Massachusetts State Hall and original site of Boston Latin School, the first public school in the nation, among the 16 landmarks on the trail.
  • Cambridge. This is technically an entirely different city, but anyone interested in higher education will want to hop over the Charles River and visit the home of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • The Sports Museum. The Patriots, the Red Sox, the Celtics, the Bruins, even the Boston Marathon is chronicled in this must-visit for sports fans, located in TD Garden arena. Don’t forget about Fenway Park down the road; the Red Sox aren’t at home, but public tours are still available.
  • Black Heritage Trail. An end point on the Underground Railroad, Boston has a long history in African-American culture. The Black Heritage Trail connects 15 important landmarks, including the African Meeting House and Lewis and the Harriet Hayden House.
  • Boston Public Garden/Boston Commons. One of these two public parks just might be the place for a picnic dinner after a long day of education sessions. The open green spaces in the heart of Boston feature statues, plenty of plant life and swan boat rides.

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