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Wang Theatre Parking

270 Tremont Street, Boston, MA, 02116

Apr

24

Hadestown - Boston

Today at 7:30 PM

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Apr

25

Hadestown - Boston

Thu, 4/25 at 7:30 PM

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Apr

26

Hadestown - Boston

Fri, 4/26 at 8:00 PM

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99 Kneeland St. - One Greenway Garage
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Boston Common Garage
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8 min(0.3 mi)

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109 Arlington St. - Lot
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$30

Parking Rates Near Wang Theatre

Parking TypeSpotHero Average Rental Price
Commuter Parking$22 - $28
Weekend Parking$17 - $25
Event Parking$18 - $26
Overnight Parking$33 - $39

Parking Near Wang Theatre

Located on Tremont Street within Boston's famous Theater District, the Wang Theatre has a rich and storied history. First built in 1925 as the Metropolitan Theatre, this cathedral-like structure was inspired by Louis XIV of France's palace. Designed by Max Shoolman and architects Clarence Blackall and C. Howard Crane, this enormous theater was considered one of the grandest at the time. With its gilded moldings, expansive murals, imported marble columns and doorways, and shimmering crystal chandeliers, it provided a stunning backdrop for motion pictures, big bands, and vaudeville acts of its day. Over time, it would change its name and purpose. Finally, in the 1980s, the theater was fully restored to its original glory to serve as the venue for musicals and other live-action shows.

Today, the theater is part of the Boch Center, along with the Shubert Theatre across the street. Still exhibiting its original and fully restored palatial grandeur, the theater is home to several types of performances, including comedy acts, musicals, concerts, interactive shows for children, and innovative dance performances.

The space has room for 3,500 patrons per show and is considered one of the five largest stages in the world. Not only can you attend shows there, but this historic landmark is also open for public and private behind-the-scenes tours. Nearby, you'll find a variety of restaurants, many of which offer a discount when you present your ticket for that day's show.

The Theater District is one of the busiest sections of Boston, and parking is scarce in this area beloved by patrons of the arts. So don't be late for your show at the Wang Theatre while frantically trying to secure a parking spot. Instead, book your parking with SpotHero beforehand so you know that a spot will be waiting for you when you arrive.

FAQs

Is there street parking near the Wang Theatre?

While you may find some metered parking in the area, it's heavily regulated and limited to two hours at a time during the day, until 8 p.m. That's why the venue recommends parking in a nearby garage. Use SpotHero to reserve your space before your arrival and shop for the best prices around.

Can using SpotHero save me money with local garages?

Yes, SpotHero works with many garages near the Wang Theatre in the Theater District and can save you up to 50 percent off the drive-up rates.

Does SpotHero list upcoming events at the Wang Theatre?

Yes, you'll find a list of upcoming events on the SpotHero website for the Wang Theatre. Simply click on your event to easily book your spot.

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