TD Garden is home to the Boston Celtics and Bruins, as well as many concerts and events throughout the year. It’s located just above North Station—a hub for subway, Commuter Rail, and Amtrak service.
It can get crowded on game days and during rush hour, so be sure to plan ahead. Check service alerts to stay informed.
Take the T to TD Garden
Take the Green or Orange Line to North Station
Head upstairs and cross Causeway St to enter the arena
Take the commuter passageway under Causeway St and then head upstairs to the arena
North Station Commuter Rail platforms are below the concourse—just head upstairs to enter the arena
From South Station, take the Red Line to Park Street, transfer to the Green Line
From Back Bay, take the Orange Line to North Station
Paying Your Fare
We recommend loading enough money on your ticket or pass for a round trip on the subway or bus. Lines can get long after events, so we recommend doing this before your first trip.
Learn more about subway fares
In Boston for the day? Buy a 1-day pass at any fare vending machine for unlimited trips on the bus and subway for 24 hours.
Learn more about MBTA fares and passes
Commuter Rail tickets and passes are available at fare vending machines, on the mTicket App, onboard trains, and from ticket windows at North, South, and Back Bay stations.
Please note that one-way and round-trip Commuter Rail tickets are not valid for travel on the subway or bus.
Headed to a weekend game or event? Get a $10 Weekend Pass for unlimited travel to all zones and lines on Saturdays and Sundays.
Garage parking is available at North Station. The event rate is $48.
You can also park at an MBTA commuter lot or garage outside the city and take the train in. Daily rates range from $2 – $15.
Late Games and Events
The last Green and Orange Line trains leave North Station around 12:45 AM. Departure times for Commuter Rail and bus vary by route.