Dates Of Event: January 12 – 16, 2017 (photos taken January 12)
Location: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, 415 Summer St, Boston, MA
Cost: Adult (13 and older): $15, child (6-12): $6, children under 6 get in free
Friday, January 13, 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Saturday, January 14, 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sunday, January 15, 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Monday, January 16, 10:00 am- 6:00 pm
*Box Office closes 1 hour prior to the end of the Show each day.
Parking: There is ample parking at the Exhibition Center ($17 to self-park, $30 for valet parking) .
*you can also take the red line on the MBTA. The Convention Center is about a mile walk from South Station, or you can take the Silver Line to the World Trade Center stop. The Convention Center is a short walk from the World Trade Center stop*
Handicapped Accessible: According to the website for the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, the building is handicapped accessible and there is “ample” handicapped parking. There is also a golf cart that transports visitors from the entrance to the escalators.
Dog Friendly: Service dogs may be allowed
Web Site: New England International Auto Show
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Are you in the market for a new car? Do you have an extra couple hundred thousand to throw around? Then, I’ve got the place for you.
The Boston Convention & Exhibition Center is hosting the New England International Auto Showthis weekend. But, if you haven’t hit your number yet there is still sure to be a car for you.
There are cars of all makes and models for the taking. All the major car companies showcased their vehicles.
While there were many mid priced vehicles, there was a special section for exotic and special vehicles, thankfully. I tend to find most “mid priced” vehicles to look all the same (it’s the reason why I walk up to at least 2 other vehicles before I find mine in a parking lot but I digress). The vehicles below do have this issue.
This Porsche 911 Targa 4S can be yours for the rock bottom price of $151.
And that wasn’t even the most expensive car on the show room. Some of these Ashton Martins were priced at over $300,000. They’re still waiting for my check to clear.
Of course, I had to stop by and check out the Mustangs!
There were a few other classic cars at the show as well.
Randy is a bomb sniffing dog. This 2 year old Labrador did a great job keeping everyone safe.