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  • Writer's pictureKelly Major

Boston Board Meeting Itinerary

Our hometown of Boston is a beautiful city with endless options for fun and interactive activities, which makes it a perfect location for a corporate retreat or off-site gathering for your team! The tricky part is deciding what to do and where to go with your team when there are so many great options! To help you out, we have put together an example itinerary, along with a list of some of our favorite Boston spots, to help you plan a Boston Board Meeting that can show your team all the best of what the city.

Boston Cocktail Reception


Day 1


Team Arrival + Check in to The Revere Hotel

Pro Tip: Have custom Welcome Bags for everyone to receive as they arrive to Boston. You

can fill this with local treats, custom branded pieces, or helpful travel items to welcome

your team to the city!


Team Lunch + Take a Tour Around Boston

Team Lunch at Union Oyster House

Boston is a unique city with a distinctive history, so there is no shortage of

tours available! With everything from Whale Watching to Freedom Trail

Tours, there is a little bit of something for everyone in this city!


Welcome Reception at No9 Park

The first evening of your trip to Boston is the perfect time to welcome your

team with a delicious meal at one of Boston’s many top-notch restaurants.

No9 Park offers curated dining experiences overlooking The Boston


Pro Tip: If staying at The Revere Hotel, there is a rooftop deck that can be rented for

private events and would be perfect for a summer Welcome Reception to the city!

Day 2


Check out Fenway

Private Tour of Fenway Park

Corporate Event at Fenway
Ronnie Saini Photography

Boston’s Fenway Park is the oldest and one of the most iconic parks in MLB history. You can arrange for a private group tour of Fenway Park and then spend some time exploring the iconic Fenway neighborhood surrounding the park. While you’re there stop in for lunch at Time Out Market – with 15 food concepts under one roof, trust us there will be something here for even the pickiest of eaters!


Team Building or Meeting Time

If you’re looking for some time to sit down and meet with your team during

your stay, there is no lack of space in Boston for you and your team to

gather for an afternoon! Or if you’re looking for more interactive team

building activities, you could try out Museum Hack, an interactive team

building tour of museums in Boston!


Team Dinner at City Winery

City Winery is one of our favorite spots in the city! With multiple private

Dining Rooms, there are options for groups of any size. After dinner, head

downstairs for a musical performance or comedy show in their on - site

performance venue!

Day 3


Get Outdoors

Guided Kayaking Tour on The Charles

Boston Team Outing

Take your team outdoors for a few hours with a tour through Paddle

Boston! Kayaking on The Charles is a great way for your team to see the best of Boston and catch breathtaking views of the city skyline.


Wrap Up Lunch at Barcelona Wine Bar

Say Goodbye to your team with a Wrap Up Lunch at one of the many

amazing restaurants throughout the city.


Team Departs Boston


Where to Stay:

· Located in the South Boston neighborhood

· About 15 minutes from Logan Airport

· Upscale + Modern hotel

· Located in the Back Bay/South End neighborhoods

· Steps away from Newbury Street, Copley Square, Boston’s Theatre District and

Back Bay MBTA Station

· About 15 minutes from Logan Airport

· Located in the Fenway neighborhood

· Funky + Modern hotel

· About15 minutes from Logan Airport

· Located in the Seaport district

· Steps away from Downtown Boston and The Boston Convention Center

· About 10 minutes from Logan Airport

· Located in Back Bay

· Luxurious + Historic Boston landmark hotel

· Steps away from Boston Common, Boston Public Gardens and the Theatre District

· About 15 minutes from Logan Airport

· Located in the South End neighborhood

· Unique + Artistic hotel, celebrating Boston’s history

· About 15 minutes from Logan Airport

Things to Do

Group Tours

Get Outdoors

· Hike or Bike at Blue Hills Reservation

· Schedule a Private Boat Tour of The Boston Harbor Islands

Visit A Museum

Catch a Show in Boston’s Theatre District

Private Film Screening at The Brattle

Where to Eat


No9 Park- A dining experience by Chef Barbara Lynch, this pre-fix coursed menu is one of the best in the city! They also offered private dining experiences for groups with curated menus and wine pairings.

Bistro Du Midi- A chic French bistro overlooking The Boston Public Gardens.

Modern + Cozy

City Winery – A performance venue, restaurant, and winery all under one roof! Grab some dinner and then head downstairs with your team to catch one of the awesome music performances happening nightly.

Barcelona Wine Bar- One of our favorite spots in the city for delicious Mediterranean, Spanish and South American inspired tapas paired with delicious wines from across the globe.

Relaxed + Local

Union Oyster House– This iconic Boston restaurant is the oldest in the city, opening its doors in 1826! A must stop for fresh local seafood while experiencing the history of Boston.

Bostonia Public House – A local favorite serving up fresh seafood and classic American fare.

Time Out Market- This unique concept houses 15 different food vendors under one roof, complete with a family style dining area and full bar serving beer, wine and cocktails.

Meeting Spaces

Pro Tip! Use Peer Space to find Conference Rooms and Meeting Spaces all around Boston


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