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TD Garden

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TD Garden is home to the Boston Celtics and Bruins, as well as many concerts and events throughout the year. 

The arena is located in downtown Boston and sits on top of North Station, a transit hub for the MBTA.

It can get crowded on game days and during rush hour, so be sure to plan ahead. Check delays and service alerts online to stay informed. 

Orange Line

Take an Orange Line train to North Station. 

Exit the subway station and cross Causeway St above ground to access the arena.

Green Line

Take a Green Line C or E train to North Station.

Exit the subway station and cross Causeway St above ground to access the arena.

Commuter Rail

From North Station:

  • The Commuter Rail platforms are just below the concourse level of TD Garden. Head upstairs to find your seat!

From Back Bay:

  • Take an Oak Grove-bound Orange Line train to North Station. When you arrive at North Station, exit the subway station and cross Causeway St above ground to access the arena.

From South Station:

  • Take an Alewife-bound Red Line train to Park Street. Transfer to an Eastbound Green Line North Station train. When you arrive at North Station, exit the subway station and cross Causeway St above ground to access the arena.

Bus

Bus routes 4, 92, 93, 111, 117, 354, 424, 426, 428, and 450 all stop within walking distance of TD Garden. 

Keep in mind that traffic on game days downtown can cause delays, so plan ahead and leave extra travel time.  

MBTA Tickets and Passes

Be sure to purchase a round trip ticket or put enough money on your CharlieTicket or CharlieCard at the start of your trip so you don’t need to wait in line to reload your pass after the game.

1-day passes are also available on CharlieTickets. They include travel on the subway, bus, and Commuter Rail Zone 1A.

MBTA Parking

The best way to avoid downtown traffic is to park at an MBTA commuter parking lot outside of the city and take the train in. Spots fill up fast on game days, so be sure to plan ahead.

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