DIUC19 is just 30 days away, and we are excited that this year we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of Dimensional Insight! While we are making final preparations for our sessions and activities, we hope you are making final preparations by booking your flights and hotel rooms.
Are you still on the fence on attending? Or have you already registered but are looking for things to do in Boston? We made a list of 30 can’t miss destinations and attractions to see throughout the city for you to enjoy whether you’re arriving in Boston a few days early or extending your stay through the weekend.
- Looking for fresh “lobstah?” How about some clam “chowdah?” Checkout the Boston Seafood Festival and see why we earned our reputation for having the best seafood in the country.
2. Reality, deception, and unwavering truth. Watch these themes unfold in “Cymbeline,” a free performance brought to the city by Shakespeare on the Common.
3. Want to visit 19th century France but not interested in the seven-hour plane ride overseas? The “Toulouse-Lautrec and the Stars of Paris” exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts will most definitely take you there (no flight required)!
4. Catch the last performance of the touring “Dear Evan Hansen” at the Citizens Bank Opera House.
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5. Meet our team! Join us at our Welcome Cocktail Party as we officially kickoff DIUC19!
6. Become a Diver pro. Attend one or two of our training sessions.
7. Learn how our technology is helping other organizations deliver real results. Attend our fantastic speaker sessions.
8. Soar 52 floors above Back Bay at our Top of the Hub Dinner, the most picturesque view of the city skyline.
- Good times never seemed so good… so good… so good! Catch a Red Sox game at Fenway Park and sing along to our ballpark anthem, “Sweet Caroline.”
10. Stop by the North End to celebrate the Madonna Della Cava Feast, which coincides with the festival celebrations in Sicily.
11. Watch a film while relaxing under the stars at the Prudential Center’s Family Film Festival.
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12. Stroll down Newbury Street for a day of shopping, dining, and Instagram-worthy photo spots.
13. See if you can spot Romeo and Juliet on your Swan Boat ride in the Boston Public Garden.
14. From jazz to classical rock, support local musicians by attending “Concerts in the Courtyard” at the Boston Public Library.
15. “Seems a pity to miss such a good pudding.” Don’t miss Downton Abbey: The Exhibition at the Castle at Park Plaza.
16. Music, comedy, and three blue men. Catch a Blue Man Group show at the Charles Playhouse.
17. Interested in space travel? Experience the Charles Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Science.
18. Home to Boston’s most photographed courtyard, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum will take your breath away with its collection of European, Asian, and American art.
19. Get an “inside look” of the world by visiting the Mapparium.
20. Visit the new “Life According to Fur Seals” exhibit at the New England Aquarium and learn what our ocean friends are up to this summer.
21. Want to discover Boston by land and sea? Take a Duck Boat
22. Walk back in history with American revolutionaries on the Freedom Trail.
23. Become a part of the revolution and watch a live reenactment of the Boston Tea Party at the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum.
24. Get to know “Shuffleboard” and “Sprinkles,” two of the many humpback whales you may see on a Whale Watching cruise.
25. Looking for an adrenaline rush? Brave the Codzilla in the Boston Harbor.
26. Live music and an outdoor film screening with a harborside view? Yes please. Checkout “Summer in the City” at the Boston Harbor Hotel.
27. Visit Mike’s Pastry and Modern Pastry and settle the debate on who makes Boston’s best cannoli.
28. Looking for a 3:00 a.m. dessert fix? Head on over to Bova’s, a 24-hour bakery.
29. Looking for a quick bite to eat? Checkout the Greenway Food Trucks.
30. Have you ever been to an outdoor wine garden in the middle of the city? Checkout the City Winery on the Greenway and marvel at Boston’s historical and modern architecture while sipping on your new favorite glass of red.