John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center
900 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02115-3101
900 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02115-3101
There are commuter parking garages available for Pri-Med East attendees driving into the conference. Please visit https://signatureboston.com/hynes/getting-here for more information on parking garages in the area, including pricing and accessibility. Please note that Pri-Med does not validate parking.
Logan Express: If you are arriving to the conference via an airline, Massport’s Back Bay Logan Express offers travelers a convenient way to get to Logan from the Downtown Boston area. Catch nonstop service between the airport and Back Bay neighborhood. Additional information is available at www.massport.com Commuter Buses: There are commuter buses that include North Shore, MetroWest, and South Shore that will drop you off close to the Hynes Convention Center from outside the city.
Registration is located in the Hall C Foyer on Level 2. So that we can provide all Pri-Med attendees with the optimal learning environments, children under the age of 16 are not permitted at the conference.
• Amtrak: Provides extensive service to Boston throughout their Northeast Train Routes. Additional information available at www.amtrak.com. • Riding the T: The MBTA Subway Green Line provides a stop at the Hynes Convention Center and the Orange Line serves Back Bay Train Station. • MBTA: The Commuter Rail conveniently has a stop at Back Bay.
Boston Duck Boat Tours
Head over to the Prudential Center and experience Boston by both land and sea on the Duck Boats. The Duck Boat tours are one of Boston’s most popular attractions and one of the best ways to see all that Boston has to offer on one convenient tour.
Boston Public Garden
Located just minutes from historic Beacon Hill and a shoppers paradise on Newbury Street, the Boston Public Gardens provide a mini oasis in the heart of the city. Sit outside and enjoy the weather, ride the world Famous Swan Boats or simply go for a walk and see all the formal plantings the gardens have to offer.
The North End
Take a trip over to the North End, often called Boston’s “Little Italy” and explore this one-square-mile waterfront community filled to the brim with exceptional restaurants, cafes and shops. Once you have had your fill of Italian cuisine, just a short walk away is the TD Garden, home to the World Champion Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics. Not a sports fan? When the players are at home, TD Garden frequently has other events and concerts as well.
Visit Copley Place during your time in Boston to experience some of the best shopping the city has to offer! Copley place is a unique complex with their retail stores, as well as two hotels and 1,400 parking spaces. Located in Boston’s historic Back Bay neighborhood, Copley Place has over 75 stores and shops that are guaranteed to meet the needs (and the wants) of every shopper!
Discover the taste of Italy in the heart of downtown Boston! Eataly offers a variety of restaurants, food counters, and cafes to bring authentic Italian cuisine to you. Walk around with a glass of wine and experience the Italian marketplace to grab some food to take home with you. Only recently opened, Eataly is already a must-see while visiting Boston!
The Prudential Center is one of Boston’s most popular destinations. With a variety of restaurants and retail stores, the Prudential Center mall offers something for everyone! Take an elevator ride up to the Skywalk Observatory at the top of the Prudential Tower to get 360 degree views of the city of Boston! The Prudential Center is conveniently attached to the Hynes Convention Center – enjoy!