100 Legends Way | Boston, MA 02114 | (617) 624-1050
TD Garden is the most-beloved stadium not only in Boston, but all of New England. Many cities attempt to claim the title of “City of Champions,” but as the home of the NBA’s legendary Boston Celtics and the NHL’s Boston Bruins, TD Garden makes a great case for the city. Whether you’re catching a big concert or watching one of America’s best pro sports teams, this guide is to help you take the hassle out of parking and navigating and enjoy your night at the stadium!
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In addition to street parking options nearby, the North Station Garage (located directly underneath TD Garden) offers the stadium’s most convenient parking for events. It is open daily from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. and offers a flat parking rate of $42 when you enter 2 1/2 hours prior to the start of an event. Parking places may be purchased in advance, as well.
DAILY RATES (5:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.)
Up to 30 minutes – $7
Up to 1 hour – $14
Up to 2 hours – $21Up to 3 hours – $25
Max to 6:00 p.m. – $28
Early Bird Special (in by 9:00 a.m., out by 6:00 p.m.) – $20
Daily max/lost ticket price – $38
EVENING RATES (6:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.) / WEEKEND RATES (5:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.)
Flat non-event rate – $10
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TD Garden complies fully with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and offers accessible/handicap parking spaces in each of its parking lots. Visit TD Garden’s ADA page for more information.
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Tailgating is not permitted at TD Garden. However, there is a wide variety of bar/dining options available at the stadium and in its surrounding areas. Visit TD Garden’s dining and lounge/bar pages for more information.
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Alternative routes are available at TD Garden’s driving directions page.
From North: Take I-93 S to Exit 26/Leverett Circle/Cambridge. Follow signs towards North Station. At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Nashua Street. Turn left at Lomasney Way and the TD Garden will be on the left.
From East New Hampshire and Northeast Mass.: Take I-95 S to Route 1S. Follow Route 1 across the Tobin Bridge and follow signs for Storrow Drive/Cambridge. Keep right to exit at Nashua Street and follow signs towards North Station. TD Garden will be on the left.
From South: Take I-95 N to I-93 N to Boston and enter the 93N tunnel. Take Exit 26/Storrow Drive. Stay in the left lane after exiting and follow signs for North Station. Turn right at the next set of traffic lights onto Nashua Street. Follow Nashua Street to the end and turn left at the lights, and TD Garden will be on the left.
From West: Take Mass Pike East to I-93 N to Boston and enter the 93N tunnel. From here, directions are the same as from south.
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From Red Line: Take the Red Line to the Park Street stop and switch to Green Line Eastbound (3 stops) to the North Station stop. Enter TD Garden at the East or West entrance.
From Blue Line: Take the Blue Line to the Government Center stop and then switch to the Green Line Eastbound (2 stops) to the North Station stop. Enter TD Garden at the East or West entrance.
From South Station: Take the Red Line (2 stops) to the Park Street stop and switch to the Green Line Eastbound (3 stops) to the North Station stop. Enter TD Garden at the East or West entrance.
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Official TD Garden Page > Official homepage for TD Garden.
Official TD Garden Parking Page > Official parking information, directions, and map.
Additional TD Garden Parking Page > Summary page which is also accessible from the official website.
TD Garden at Ticketmaster > Find tickets and upcoming event information for concerts, sports and more.