Sites and Eats of Boston - 2019 ISPE Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Conference
Boston, home to Fenway Park and the ever-famous Boston Red Sox, will host the 2019 ISPE Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Conference. The city is known for its historic significance, professional sports teams, fine arts and delicious culinary options for visitors and locals alike. During your free time, enjoy famous sites in popular museums and discoveries along culture enriched streets.
DISCOVER GOOD EATS
The Boston waterfront holds beautiful scenery along with traditional Italian cuisine at Nebo and Antico Forno both located in Boston’s North End. Experience rustic Italian dishes and a wide variety of pizza and drink options. If you love seafood, Row 34 offers a modern aesthetic with signature drinks and fresh oysters, clams, and lobster. Fine dining extends to Boston’s south end including Torro, a Spanish tapas restaurant and bar serving Barcelona-inspired cuisine since 2005.
CELEBRATE THE ARTS
Become engaged with art that displays history and culture, listen to musicians or view a performance from live works in the gallery at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Immerse yourself into the work of Isabella Stewart and develop your own perspective and meaning behind her collection at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Connect with exhibits at the Institute for Contemporary Art, Boston, which features a unique gallery in The Watershed, dedicated to community and area development of East Boston.
EXPLORE A LITTLE HISTORY
Experience living history at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum with historic artifacts, 18th century sailing vessels, and a 3D reenactment for one of the most important events leading to the American revolution. Visit the Museum of African American History to expand your understanding of historic landmarks and crucial moments of times past.
For more suggestions on sites & eats, view the Boston tourism website.
The 2019 ISPE Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Conference focuses on innovation in production methods and technologies that enable a competitive and sustainable biopharmaceutical product supply for the future. From Monoclonals to viral vectors, oligos to ADCs, this event will bring together experts that are developing, implementing, and operating advanced supply chains supplying high-quality medicines to global markets.