If you love history, sports or really good food, you’ll find your bliss when visiting Boston for AACE’s Annual Scientific and Clinical Congress, May 17-20. Come early and stay late to take advantage of all this diverse city has to offer. Here’s a list of resources to learn more about how to fill your time when you aren’t earning CME or networking with your clinical colleagues.
The comprehensive guide to all things Boston.
Boston is an easy city to navigate by foot. But there is also an excellent mass transit system. Get the details here.
Where to Eat
Online magazine focuses on the best restaurants and food trends in the city.
Boston Magazine provides their choices for the top 50 restaurants. You’ll find a wide selection of seafood, Italian and other Bostonian specialties.
Things to Do
The Red Sox are in town during AACE Scientific and Clinical Congress. Catch a game and see the Green Monster for yourself.
Boston is best known for its role in the American Revolution. Take a walk on the Freedom Trail and see some of the sites crucial to the birth of the United States.
If you done the Freedom Trail, Boston still offers a plethora of interesting things to do. Here’s a list of Boston highlights off the beaten path.
Boston is a stop for many high caliber Broadway shows and is also home to its own vibrant theatre scene. Here’s what’s playing during the AACE meeting.
From history to science to art, Boston’s museum selection has it all. Of particular interest may be the world-famous Museum of Science or the Harvard Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments.