Getting to the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC)
Boston Logan Interntional Airport is an eight-minute taxi ride to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, or you can use the Silver Line subway to and from the airport. The Silver Line is complimentary from Logan Airport, stopping at the Seaport/World Trade Center Stop just across the street from the BCEC. Take the Silver Line back to the airport for only a nominal cost. A fun and convenient way to get to the BCEC from Logan Airport is by water taxi year-round!
About the BCEC
The Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) is the most customer-friendly and technologically advanced convention facility in the world. The BCEC is located on Boston’s waterfront just minutes from thousands of hotel rooms, and the best of Boston’s restaurants, city sights, and landmarks.
The BCEC is closer to more major transportation systems than any other convention center in the country and is the closest major exhibit facility to a major metropolitan airport. It is directly accessible from two major interstate highways, making it fast and easy to drive to and from. Private ring roads encircle the building and give you a choice of dedicated drop-off points. Valet parking is available. The BCEC also offer direct access to the subway system with the Silver Line.
The convention center also provides five conveniently located concession stands including Au Bon Pain and Outtakes for quick “to-go” food items available throughout the facility. The Wicked Good Market Food Court, overlooking the exhibit halls, offers multiple restaurant choices and a wide range of cuisines as well as a full bar service.In addition, the BCEC’s Waterfront neighborhood boasts the latest and greatest in the Boston’s dining scene.