Exhibitors and Non-Exhibiting Industry can book their hotel reservations individually or in a block.
Granite Links Golf Course, Quincy
The golf tournament will be held at the Granite Links Golf Course. This golf course is perched atop the famous Quincy Granite Quarries. Golfers will enjoy stunning views of the Boston skyline and harbor while golfing at the premier golf location near Boston. The course will offer the unique links style design with varying elevations. A treat for any golfer!
Artists for Humanity Epicenter - South Boston
The Company Grade/Warrant Officer Mixer will be at the Artist for Humanities EpiCenter. The Center is one of Boston’s hottest event venues. The Artist For Humanities employs over 300 teens annually to work with professional artists and design mentors. The gallery will offer a unique and inspiring space for the Company Grade/Warrant Officer reception.
JFK Library, Boston
The TAG/Partners Reception will be at the John F Kennedy Presidential Library. The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is located on a twelve-acre park, overlooking the sea and the city that President Kennedy loved.
Lexington and Concord Battle Road
For the Fun Run we will bus runners from the downtown hotels to historic Concord, MA. The Fun Run will be held on the legendary Battle Road National Historic trail. The trail turns through historic farming fields and revolutionary era homes and ends at the Old North Bridge where the country’s first militia “fired the shot heard round the world”.
The Lawn on D, Boston Seaport
The Governor’s Reception will be held at the dynamic outdoor event space called the Lawn on D. The Lawn on D is located adjacent to the Convention Center and will feature outdoor games, prime time entertainment and of course a Taste of New England food and beverage.
Spirit of Boston, Seaport Waterfront, Boston
The Spouse and Guest luncheon will be a harbor cruise on the Spirit of Boston. The Spirit of Boston is designed for fun and incredible harbor views. There is no better way to see the city than aboard a Spirit of Boston lunch cruise. Sights will include the Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge and the USS Constitution warship registrants.
Boston Harbor Hotel, Boston Waterfront
The Boston Harbor Hotel turns ingredients into an
experience, from the sensory-evoking and world-class dining experience to freshly caught New England seafood.
Boston Convention and Exhibition Center Boston Seaport
Get ready to show off your best patriotic outfit as we bring the stars and stripes to life during the close of the conference.
The NGAUS General Conference & Exhibition brings more than 4,000 professionals, including defense leaders, from the 50 states, U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia. Generate leads, meet industry experts, and showcase your products at this three-day event.
Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Iowa, Maine, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, NGAUS, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont, Washington, Wyoming,
Idaho, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, Utah
District of Colombia, Florida, Pennsylvania, Virginia
Minnesota, Oklahoma, Guam
Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, New Hampshire, Oregon, Virgin Islands
Arkansas, California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Mississippi, Ohio, South Dakota, Tennessee, West Virginia
Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Wisconsin
New England — the birthplace of America — is filled with a rich history, cultural attractions, fascinating cities, scenic villages, and outdoor adventures at every turn.
Discover white sandy beaches, historic lighthouses, brilliant foliage, expansive lakes, panoramic
mountain views, and dockside restaurants with delicious seafood chowder, lobster, and local fare.
As part of NGAUS's ongoing efforts to improve the member experience, we are utilizing RFID-enabled badges at this year's General Conference & Exhibition. This technology allows NGAUS to better understand which sessions generate the most interest and will inform how future conferences are structured. Attendance information will only be gathered at official NGAUS events and will not provide any data about non-NGAUS activities. Attendees who have questions or who would like the technology disabled may see a customer service representative at the full-service registration counter.