Boston 4th of July parking

Where To Park In Boston During 4th of July Weekend

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The Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular is just a few days away. Fireworks will light up the night sky over the Charles River starting at 10:30pm. You won’t want to miss it, but you also don’t want to spend your evening sitting in traffic. Our recommendation? Reserve parking away from the crowds and walk to the celebrations instead. If you’re visiting the city, park your car for the entire weekend at a great price.  

 

Boston 4th of July Parking – Skip the Crowds:

 

Location: 138 Arlington St. 

Cost: $13 (5pm-11pm)

Spot details: This location is a parking lot in the Back Bay, about 1.3 miles away from the Esplanade. It is on the left-hand side of Arlington St. (a one-way street) between Winchester St. and Melrose St.

 

Location: 400 Stuart St. 

Cost: $10 (5pm-11pm)

Spot details: This garage is connected to “The Clarendon” condo facility. It is located on the south/right-hand side of Stuart St (a one-way street) between Clarendon St and Berkeley St. It is 1.3 miles from the Esplanade.

 

Location: Pi Alley 

Cost: $12 (5pm-11pm)

Spot details: This garage is located between School St. and State St, approximately 1.7 miles from the Esplanade. Enter this location at 275 Washington St.

 

Boston 4th of July Parking – Weekend Trip:

 

Location: 45 Binford St. 

Cost: $20 for 24 hours

Spot details: This lot is located on the west side of Necco St. between Necco Ct. and A St.

 

Location: 17 Farnsworth St. 

Cost: $26 for 12 hours

Spot details: This garage is located on the east side of Farnsworth St., due northeast of the corner of Congress and Farnsworth.

 

Location: 45 Province St. 

Cost: $45 for 24 hours

Spot details: This valet garage is located on the west side of Province St. between Bosworth St. and School St.

 

 

Boston 4th of July Parking Map

 

Still looking for 4th of July parking in Boston? Explore the map below or download the SpotHero app on iOS or Android for easy parking reservations.

 

Here’s to life, liberty, and easy parking for all!

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