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Symphony Orchestra Parking

301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA, 02115

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220 Huntington Ave. - Midtown Hotel Parking Garage
4 min(0.1 mi)

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19 Cumberland St. - Right Whole Tandem Spot Only
7 min(0.3 mi)

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413 Massachusetts Ave. - Whole Tandem Row
7 min(0.3 mi)

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588 Columbus Ave.- Left Spot Only
8 min(0.4 mi)

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277 Northampton St. - Spot #44 - 52
8 min(0.3 mi)

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460 Massachusetts Ave. - Spot #1 Only
8 min(0.3 mi)

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Parking Rates Near Symphony Orchestra

Parking TypeSpotHero Average Rental Price
Commuter Parking$19 - $30
Weekend Parking$20 - $40
Event Parking$33 - $50
Overnight Parking$30 - $45

Parking Near Symphony Orchestra

Now in its 123rd year, Boston Symphony Hall hosts the Boston Symphony Orchestra as well as the Boston Pops. Thanks to its world-renowned acoustics, Symphony Hall has delighted audiences since its construction in 1900. A National Historic Landmark, the hall doubles as a popular event space that hosts everything from comedy shows to weddings, and even squash tournaments. The hall also supports the local community with the "Concerts for Our City" and the Community Chamber Concert series. Both events are offered free of charge and can be streamed on-demand for free as well.

Thanks to Symphony Hall's location in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood, visitors typically spend time in the area before and after a show. Along with the high-end shopping found along Back Bay's famous Newbury Street, the modern Prudential Center indoor mall offers an upscale experience as well. After dark, the block-long reflecting pool that's part of the adjacent Christian Science Plaza is the perfect place for an after-show stroll. Other attractions in the area include Cheers on Beacon Hill (formerly the Bull & Finch Pub) of "Cheers" TV Fame, Boston Common, and Fenway Park.

You can use SpotHero to save time finding a parking space near Symphony Hall, allowing you more time to have fun before and after a concert or show.

You can use SpotHero to save time finding a parking space near Symphony Hall, allowing you more time to have fun before and after a concert or show.


Does Boston Symphony Hall have on-site parking available?

The hall itself does not have a public parking garage. However, they do work directly with SpotHero to help concertgoers find convenient, reasonably priced parking. Parking spots include self-park, valet parking, open-air lots, and sheltered parking garages.

Do SpotHero-affiliated garages near the symphony hall offer discounted rates for events?

Yes, most of the recommended SpotHero affiliated facilities offer a flat rate price for Boston Symphony Hall events. Rates booked through SpotHero can be as much as 50 percent off drive-up rates.

Is it necessary to reserve a spot far in advance?

Guests wishing to park close to the hall should consider reserving a spot well in advance as opposed to the day of the event.

Is there any on-street parking in the surrounding Back Bay neighborhood?

Boston's Back Bay neighborhood can be difficult to navigate, and long-term non-metered parking is often impossible to find. Boylston Street, Newbury Street, and some of the smaller side streets have two-hour metered parking that runs from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Resident parking regulations make finding evening parking almost impossible on most streets in the Back Bay neighborhood.

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