ISPE 2017 Aseptic ConferenceVirginia is iconic in American history, as the country began here in 1607. Ranked 7th in the Best Places to Live in America by CNN Money Magazine in 2012, it comes as no surprise that Reston, VA, is the location for the 2017 Aseptic Conference. Check out the amazing eateries or dive into the history of the United States with historical sites and museums. Although, you may have already finalized your itinerary for the conference you may want to make a few adjustments for these must-see sites and eats of Reston.

Dive into a Piece of History

There is an array of historical sites near Reston to hold your attention during your time at the 2017 Aseptic Conference. Sites such as the Sully Historic Site and the Colvin Run Mill provide an opportunity to step back in time and experience a piece of history. Visit the Reston Historic Museum to view the collection of materials related to Reston’s history, development, architecture, government, culture, and social life from 1965 to the present.

Good Eats

If you love food, then Reston will satisfy your taste buds. To start, you can take a step back in time and eat at Jackson’s Mighty Fine Food and Lucky Lounge, a nostalgic nod to mid-century Americana with comfort food classics and some unexpected twists (a la sushi) in an upbeat 1940’s dinner house. If you’re pressed for time, Tavern 64, one of the hottest restaurants in Reston, is a unique farm-to-fork sensibility and is conveniently located at the conference headquarters, the Hyatt Regency.

With so much to see and do in such a short time, there’s no doubt you’ll have an exciting experience in your free time!

Don’t miss out – there is still time to register for the 2017 Aseptic Conference!

2017 Aseptic Conference

The ISPE Aseptic Conference has established itself as the pharmaceutical industry’s premier source to stay in-the-know about the latest trends in aseptic and barrier operations. This signature event will summarize innovative technology and best practices successfully employed to meet the growing complexities for aseptic processing without losing focus on classic aseptic and barrier applications.