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Boston Convention & Exhibition Center

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center is located in Boston, Massachusetts. It is the home of large conventions like eBay! Live and the Penny Arcade Expo. It offers over 2.1 million square feet of exhibit space with 516,000 square feet column-free hall.

www.signatureboston.com/bcec – official website

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Boston Convention & Exhibition Center - Boston, MA exhibit halls 3D floor plan

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Boston Convention & Exhibition Center - Boston, MA events calendar

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Date Event Hall
November 27 – December 2, 2022 Materials Research Society Fall Meeting Hall C
November 30 – December 1, 2022 Massachusetts Conference for Women
December 8–10, 2022 Pri-Med Annual Conference East
January 13–16, 2023 Boston RV & Camping Expo
January 26–28, 2023 Yankee Dental Congress
February 8–16, 2023 New England Boat Show
March 12–14, 2023 Seafood Expo North America
April 1–5, 2023 NASPA Annual Conference
April 2–4, 2023 New England Food Show

Boston Convention & Exhibition Center - Boston, MA Location

415 Summer Street, Boston, MA

Getting there / Parking / Directions / Transportation

Parking

The Boston Convention & Exhibition Center provides access to garage parking. Additional paid parking can be found at the Boston Marine Industrial Park (BMIP).

Public Transportation

The Boston Center is steps away from the MBTA’s Silver Line World Trade Center stop. It’s also a 15-minute walk from South Station, one of Boston’s major transportation hubs. South Station provides local services via bus, subway (Red Line), and the regional Commuter Rail, plus service across the country through Amtrak and bus.