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Biotech Week Boston
Mark Your Calendar for Biotech Week Boston 2023!
September 18-21, 2023Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

Plan Your Visit

Mark Your Calendar for Biotech Week Boston 2023!
September 18-21, 2023,
Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

"Boston is a hub for innovation, especially in the life science sector. We offer the best ecosystem for growing and supporting biotech companies. We are America's startup city and lead in venture capital... We are always excited for opportunities to share our work on a national and global stage."

Martin J. Walsh | Mayor of Boston


Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC)
415 Summer St
Boston, MA 02210

The following events take place at this location:

- AI Applications for Drug Discovery and Development
- BioPharm America
- BioProcess International Conference and Exhibition
- Biotech Week Boston Exhibit Hall
- Biotech Week Boston Festival Party
- Biotech Week Boston Networking Reception
- Cell & Gene Therapy Bioprocessing and Commercialization
- Microbiome Therapeutics
- Xcelerate Keynote Series
- Xcelerate Start-up Pitch Competition
- Xconomy Awards

Hotel Reservations

To help you save on travel costs, our team has prepared a map of hotels within close proximity to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.  Book your hotel at the link below. 

Book with confidence: Our three room block hotels at The Aloft, Element, and Westin are offering free cancellation as long as it's at least 24 hours in advance of your scheduled check in date. Book your conference ticket & hotel today to maximize your savings.

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Getting Here

The BCEC is conveniently located just minutes away from Boston’s major highways and is easily accessible from Boston’s Logan Airport as well as South Station. Whether it’s by car, train, or bus, getting to and from the BCEC couldn’t be easier! You have many options.     

Public Transportation

Airport Transfer

Logan is an eight minute taxi ride from the BCEC, or you can use the MBTA’s Silver Line to and from the airport. The Silver Line is complimentary from Logan Airport and stops at the Seaport/World Trade Center Stop just across the street from the BCEC. Take the Silver Line back to the airport for only $2.75.

Public Transit

The BCEC is steps away from the MBTA’s Silver Line World Trade Center stop, which is the same subway line that services Logan Airport. 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.


To self-park ($20 and $40 for oversized vehicles), from Summer Street, turn onto East Side Drive, drive past the valet area, and continue straight along the side of the building. At the end of the building, make a right and go down the ramp. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left and you will see the entrance to the South Parking lot in front of you. Accessible parking spaces are also located in this lot, closest to the building (the same parking rates apply).

Fun Facts About Boston

Here are some fun facts about the city of Boston. How many of them do you know?


Did You Know?

  • The city’s nickname is Beantown due to the popularity of the baked beans in molasses among it’s early residents.
  • Boston is home to the first college in North America. Harvard was founded in 1636.
  • Happy Hours are against the law. The typical post-work drink deals have been banned since 1984.
  • The first US subway was built in Boston in 1897.
  • Boston is home to the first U.S. public beach, Revere Beach.
  • Every year on December 16, there is a reenactment of the Boston Tea Party.

Did You Know?

  • The largest art theft in world history occurred in Boston on March 18, 1990 when thieves stole 13 pieces, collectively worth $300 million, from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
  • Candlepin bowling was invented in 1880 in Worcester by Justin White, a local bowling center owner.
  • Bostonians get the weather from a skyscraper. Colored lights on top of the old John Hancock Tower (now called 200 Clarendon) tell Bostonians the daily weather forecast. The options are solid blue, meaning it’s a clear day; flashing blue, signifying a cloudy day or clouds are coming; solid red, saying there’s rain coming; and flashing red, meaning snow is coming. In the summer, flashing red means the Red Sox game is rained out.

Did You Know?

  • Christmas was once banned. Bostonians couldn’t celebrate Christmas between 1659-1681. It was against the law because the Pilgrims believed it to be a corrupted holiday.
  • Fenway Park is the oldest original Major League baseball stadium still in use.
    It opened in 1912 and is home to the Boston Red Sox.
  • The Red Sox were not always called the Red Sox. Before owner John Taylor named them the Red Sox in 1907, the team was called the Americans.
  • The Red Sox have a patent on a color. Fenway Park is another American icon found in Boston. It’s Green Monster is so renowned, The Red Sox have actually patented the shade “Fenway Green.”