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About

the MetroWest Boston Visitors Bureau

MetroWest Communities

There are 19 municipalities in the MetroWest Boston Visitors Bureau’s core service area:

Ashland, Bellingham, Framingham, Franklin, Holliston, Hopedale, Hopkinton, Hudson, Marlborough, Medway, Milford, Millis, Natick, Northborough, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland and Westborough

MetroWest Boston Map

Getting to MetroWest

MetroWest Boston is accessible from virtually any place in the world…

By Air

With direct flights from 48 international destinations to Boston’s Logan International Airport, as well as hundreds of connecting flights to Providence’s T.F. Green International Airport and Worcester Regional Airport, you can get to MetroWest from anywhere in the world!

By Bus

Logan Express offers direct bus service from Logan Airport to the Framingham/Natick border near the Natick Mall, and also serves as a depot for Peter Pan and Greyhound bus lines to other parts of Massachusetts and New England.

MetroWest Regional Transit Authority (MWRTA) provides all-day and weekend service to transportation hubs, shopping, and businesses throughout the region. Their CatchConnect program also provides door-to-door shuttle services to attractions in Framingham, Natick, Hudson, and Wellesley, as well as connections to the MWRTA bus lines and the MBTA train stations, providing easy access to all parts of the region. For routes, visit www.mwrta.com.

By Train

Six of our towns (Natick, Framingham, Ashland, Southborough, Westborough, and Franklin) also offer Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) commuter rail stations with train service directly into both downtown Boston, MA and Providence, RI. Visitors can travel to other areas of the region from those towns using the MWRTA bus system and CatchConnect. For routes, visit www.mbta.com.

By Car

Most visitors to our communities travel by car. Four Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90) interchanges mean quick, direct access to

  • North Shore and South Shore via Route 95/128(Exit 123)
  • Natick, Framingham, Southborough (Exits 111 and 117)
    • Hudson, Marlborough, Westborough, Northborough, Hopkinton, Milford, Medway, Bellingham, and Franklin via Route 495 (Exit 106)

Elsewhere in the region, Routes 135, 9, 20, and 30 provide direct access to many of our smaller towns.

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As the only regional organization with the mission of stimulating the MetroWest Boston economy by marketing the region’s assets, we have served hundreds of businesses, nonprofit agencies, and municipalities since our founding. This independent nonprofit organization markets the region’s cultural and recreational venues, retailers, restaurants, accommodations, and educational and other services to visitors and residents alike. These marketing efforts also serve to brand the region, build collaborations across sectors and towns, support jobs-producing enterprises, and celebrate the diverse and vibrant MetroWest community. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts matches each dollar raised by the Visitors Bureau, which doubles the impact of every revenue source.

As a regional economic development initiative, our MBVB is working not only to attract travelers to the area, but to guide local residents looking for a service, family activity, fantastic meal, cultural experience, getaway, and more. Our goal is to compile all that the region has to offer and then make this compelling information as accessible as possible to a host of audiences.

By showing off the best of MetroWest Boston, we’ll be giving more people more great reasons to spend more dollars right here.

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MetroWest Boston Visitors Bureau Staff

Stacey David
Executive Director
sdavid@metrowestvisitors.org
508.434.4433

 

Kerry Fraser
Marketing Manager
kerry@metrowestvisitors.org

 

Robyn Kenney
Membership & Development Manager
robyn@metrowestvisitors.org

 

 

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Volunteer Opportunities at the MetroWest Boston Visitors Bureau

The MetroWest Boston Visitors Bureau is generously supported by the efforts of volunteers serving on our committees.  Committee members share their time and expertise to help the Visitors Bureau increase awareness of our regions’ many assets. For more information, or to inquire about joining a committee, please email info@metrowestvisitors.org.

Tour and Travel Committee

Meetings and Conferences Committee

Hospitality Advisory Committee: Thirty representatives of MetroWest hotels, inns, and restaurants participate in this committee, which meets quarterly. People who are not members of MBVB are welcome to attend a meeting to get to know the group and its agenda.

Cultural Convening: Representatives of arts and cultural nonprofit organizations, arts businesses, and municipal departments convene quarterly.

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MetroWest Boston Visitors Bureau
Board of Directors

MBVB Slate of Officers

  • Steve Levinsky, Chair
  • Chelsie Vokes, Vice Chair
  • Towma Rastad, Treasurer
  • Lindsey Jaworek, Clerk

Board of Directors

  • Lou Carrier, Distinctive Hospitality Group
  • Peter Chisholm, Framingham State University
  • Towma Rastad, MetroWest Chamber of Commerce
  • Steve Levinsky, Natick Center Cultural District
  • Lindsey Jaworek, Marlborough Economic Development Committee
  • Chelsie Vokes, Bowditch & Dewey
  • Dr. John Palabiyik, FSU Hospitality Department
  • Jason Palitsch, 495 Partnership
  • Kim Sternick, Warren Conference Center

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