Bruins Games, Celtics Games, Bieber Concerts. We’ve got your TD Parking needs covered.
So maybe you are not a Justin Bieber fan, but I am sure the TD Garden in Boston has something you would enjoy on their upcoming schedule. Performances from the Rolling Stones, Beyonce, Macklemore and Ryan Lewes, and many more have all called the TD Garden their stage for an evening. The premier venue for sports and entertainment, the TD Garden is the place to be in Boston.
Whenever you are attending a show or game at the TD Garden, the last thing that you should be worrying about is finding and paying an arm and a leg for parking. This is why SpotHero has put together a quick parking guide for the TD Garden. Learn how to get there, and all about the parking options nearby.
TD Garden Parking Options
SpotHero: Head over to the SpotHero TD Garden Parking Page right now to reserve parking. You can search all available parking lots and garages, and know how much you will pay. Take care of everything up front, and leave the circling to us!
|SpotHero TD Garden Parking Options|
|Address||Rate||Distance to TD|
|35 Lomasney Way||$34||.25 Miles||Reserve|
|60 Staniford Street||$34||.25 Miles||Reserve|
|4 Emerson Place||$36||.35 Miles||Reserve|
North Station Garage: This garage is located directly underneath the TD Garden, where fans can enter up to 2.5 hours before the event. With a flat rate of $34 during events, it fills up fast, so make sure to head there early to snag a spot.
Government Center Garage: A short walk from the TD Garden, this parking garage is another great parking option. The Government Center Garage has an online reservation system, along with some great event rates. The event rate here is a flat $25. Daily and monthly rates are also available at this garage!
Central Parking: One of the largest parking companies in the country, Central Parking has a few garages near the TD Garden that offers event, daily and monthly parking. Both within talking distance, these are a couple more parking options for the TD Garden.
Conveniently located in the northern section of Downtown Boston, you can easily reach the TD Garden by driving, taking public transportation, or by foot. The TD Garden is also directly next to the Boston North station, and nearby the Boston neighborhood the North End.