Marriott Long Wharf

The Marriott Long Wharf was chosen for NetBrain LIVE and our optional Automation Associate and Automation Professional Certification sessions due to its central location on Boston’s historic waterfront, offering spectacular harbor views. Attendees can explore nearby historic sites such as Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere’s House, the Old North Church, the North End’s Freedom Trail, and the USS Constitution. Visitors are encouraged to experience these historic surroundings before or after the conference.

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National Historic Landmark

The construction of Long Wharf in the early 18th century transformed Boston into a major maritime trade center. Originally extending half a mile from today’s State Street, it was the longest wharf in the country and the city’s most prominent port. Now a National Historic Landmark, Long Wharf is a popular gathering spot and the main port for many waterfront attractions and ferries in Boston Harbor.


Getting Here

Boston Marriott Long Wharf
296 State Street, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 02109