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Like the nearby Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, but smaller, the Seaport World Trade Center is a venue for meetings and exhibitions.




World Trade Center, Boston MA

The Seaport World Trade Center, in the Seaport District of South Boston east of Fort Point Channel (map), is an 800,000 square-foot (74,322 square-meter) convention and exhibition hall right on the Boston waterfront.

Built as Commonwealth Pier in 1913, the historic building has been renovated, modernized and joined to the new deluxe Seaport Hotel.

If you're attending an event at the Seaport World Trade Center, take a break and walk a few minutes northwest to Boston's superb Institute of Contemporary Art for a bit of aesthetic refreshment.

By the way, Boston's largest convention facility, the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC), is only a few minutes' walk southwest from the Seaport World Trade Center.

The Seaport Garage beneath the Seaport World Trade Center has 2300 spaces. There are also metered parking spaces on streets and in lots nearby, as well as surface-level pay parking lots.

The MBTA Silver Line Waterfront buses (SL1) connect the World Trade Center station with Boston-Logan International Airport every 10 minutes on weekdays, every 15 minutes on weekends.

MBTA buses 448, 449, and 459 also connect the Seaport to Logan Airport through the Ted Williams Tunnel/I-90 West. The trip takes only a few minutes.

Seaport Hotel & Seaport World Trade Center Boston
200 Seaport Boulevard (map)
Boston MA 02210
Tel 1 877 732 7678

—by Tom Brosnahan

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World Trade Center, Boston MA

The Seaport World Trade Center's classic façade dates from 1913, when it was Commonwealth Pier.





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