setts, birthplace of basketball and
volleyball, is a win every time.
Once there was legendary Boston
Garden, its signature parquet
floor and ice rink serving as stages for the glory days of the Celtics
and Bruins. Demolished in 1998,
it was replaced by the nearby TD Garden.
Along with major event hosting for up to
15,000 people, rental options at this 19,600-
seat arena include single suites for 12 to 21
guests; Executive View for 25 to 30 people;
and Garden View for 50 to 60 attendees.
Amenities include VIP access to the center’s
The Sports Museum, a half-mile of exhibits
in the lobbies, and hallways on the arena’s
fifth and sixth floors.
TD Garden is located in Boston’s Downtown North section, near the North End,
which is home to renowned Faneuil Hall
and properties such as the Battery Wharf
Hotel, Boston Waterfront and The Bostonian Boston.
Home of the New England Patriots,
68,000-seat Gillette Stadium offers diverse
rental options for groups of 25 to 5,000 people. Introduced in 2015, the Optum Field
Lounge offers over 20,000 square feet of
end-zone field-level space. Also available for
rental is The Hall at Patriot Place, a museum
dedicated to the Patriots.
In neighboring Cambridge, Harvard University is home to horseshoe-shaped Harvard Stadium, the nation’s oldest stadium,
from 1903, with diverse rental options such
as the university’s Hall of Athletic History.
With four rental locations, Charles River
Canoe & Kayak offers various guided tours,
outings and other programs on Boston’s
In Springfield, the 7,000-seat MassMutual
Center is the premier sports and entertainment venue for Western Massachusetts.
Springfield Falcons, the multipurpose
venue boasts over 100,000 square feet of
meeting, exhibit, ballroom and prefunction
space. The venue recently
unveiled a $3.2 million
technology upgrade that
included LED lighting in
the arena interior and a $1
The Western MA
Sports Commission, a
division of the Greater
Springfield CVB, promotes itself as being
able to “capitalize on the region’s history
of sport, abundance of colleges and ideal
infrastructure” to attract sporting events of
all kinds to the area.
Worcester, about an hour west of Boston, is home to the multipurpose DCU
Center. Designed to accommodate groups
from 15 to 15,000, the venue incorporates a 14,000-seat arena with an attached
convention center featuring more than
100,000 square feet of exhibit space, a
12,144-square-foot ballroom and 11 meeting rooms.
Other local venues include the recently
renovated Commerce Bank Field at Foley
Stadium; Worcester State University’s
2,500-seat artificial surface stadium; and
Lake Quinsigamond, home of competitive
rowing since 1857.
JFK Museum, Hyannis
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AMIDST BOSTON’S WATERFRONT
Partnering with our clients to create distinctive experiences, Battery Wharf Hotel offers a refreshing
approach to meeting planning, fusing impeccable service with elegant accommodations. The hotel’s
experienced event staff stands ready to coordinate every detail of your event, from sumptuous
catering to signature themed events. Located on the pedestrian-friendly HarborWalk in Boston’s
historic North End, Battery Wharf Hotel is just steps away from Boston’s Financial District, Freedom
Trail, Faneuil Hall Marketplace and TD Garden.
To book your next meeting, call 617-994-9016 or email Rachel.Mondello@Battery WharfHotel.com