History is one of the main reasons why attendees love Boston. Founded in 1630, Boston is one of the oldest settlements in the country and keeps history alive by preserving its past though the city’s many historic buildings, museums, trails, and monuments, all in and around the Greater Boston area. Boston’s influential history is within easy walking distance of the convention centers and hotels, with dozens of historical sites providing unlimited opportunities for special event venues and extracurricular tours. Greater Boston’s celebrated landmarks and monuments are places you cannot miss during your visit to Boston.
Greater Boston History
Boston is a city rich with history. Within miles, explore more of the Greater Boston area and Massachusetts, which offers a variety of rich historic landmarks. Visit the North Shore and visit Salem and the Salem Witch Museum. Travel to the South Shore and see Plimoth Plantation and the original settlement. Or drive a few miles outside of Boston to Lexington and Concord to see the Minute Man National Historical Park or The Liberty Ride. Anywhere you go a there’s piece of history you are sure to find.