Parking Near Back Bay
Built on reclaimed land from the Charles River basin, the Back Bay section of Boston is well known for its Victorian architecture. The Boston Public Library, the Boston Architectural College, and rows of Victorian brownstone homes make the neighborhood popular with design students as well as tourists. The John Hancock Tower (Boston's tallest skyscraper), the Prudential Center, and Copley Place also fall within the Back Bay boundaries. Boylston and Newbury streets, Back Bay's main drags, attract high-end shoppers, year-round.
Parking Rates Near Back Bay
|Parking Type||SpotHero Average Price Offered|
|Commuter Parking||$25 - $50|
|Weekend Parking||$25 - $56|
|Event Parking||$30 - $56|
|Overnight Parking||$55 - $60|
Is there any on-street parking in the Back Bay neighborhood?
The Back Bay neighborhood can be difficult to navigate, and non-metered parking is almost impossible to find. Newbury Street, Boylston Street, and many of the side streets have two-hour metered parking that runs from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Resident parking regulations make overnight parking almost impossible on most streets in the Back Bay neighborhood.
Does the Back Bay neighborhood have any public parking garages?
Yes, there are several public parking garages (some covered, some open-air) located throughout the Back Bay area. Most offer short-term, long-term, and overnight rates.
Does SpotHero work with any Back Bay area parking facilities?
Yes, SpotHero works with many Back Bay parking facilities. Rates vary, which makes using SpotHero to reserve parking that much more important.
Nearby Parking Options
283 Newbury St. - Personal Spot
100 Huntington Ave. - Copley Place Garage
320 Commonwealth Ave. - Whole Tandem Row
199 Clarendon St. (500 Boylston St.) - Back Bay Garage
50 Dalton St. - Garage
Public Alley 420 - Personal Spot