Parking Near Boston Harbor
For visitor purposes, most people consider the Boston Harbor area as the waterfront bounded by the North End on the north and the Seaport area to the south. Popular attractions along the one-mile strip include the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, the New England Aquarium, and the Simons Theater, an Imax experience attached to the aquarium. Numerous harbor tours also leave from along the short stretch of waterfront. Several hotels, a variety of restaurants, and Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park also bring an endless stream of visitors to the harbor area. The Boston Harborwalk -- a 43-mile linear park -- borders the strip on its water-facing edge.
Parking Rates Near Boston Harbor
|Parking Type||SpotHero Average Price Offered|
|Commuter Parking||$25 - $39|
|Weekend Parking||$15 - $28|
|Event Parking||$15 - $28|
|Overnight Parking||$41 - $57|
Is there any on-street parking near the Boston Harbor area?
The short answer is no. At the southern end of the strip, drivers might be able to find two-hour metered parking here and there.
Does the Boston Harbor area have any public parking garages?
Yes, the area has many parking facilities that handle the large influx of visitors each day.
Does SpotHero work with parking facilities in the Boston Harbor area?
Yes, SpotHero works with several parking facilities located right along the harbor strip as well as many garages in the adjacent neighborhoods.
Nearby Parking Options
299 Milk St. (70 E India Row) - Boston Harbor Garage
21 Well St. (80 Broad St.) - Folio Boston - Valet Garage
30 Rowes Wharf - Rowes Wharf Garage
International Place Garage - 55 Purchase St.
75 State St. - Garage
60 State St. - The State Room