Getting Around Boston

People visiting the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center can get there efficiently and easily using the city's subway system, called the T. Pick up a train that is on the Red Line and head to South Station. From South Station, connect to a Silver Line bus labeled SL1. The Silver Line bus will take you to the World Trade Center stop. From there, go to the building's second level. When you leave the building, take a left and the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center will be on the right. If you are traveling to Boston by commuter rail or Amtrak train, both means of transportation make stops at South Station where you can pick up the Silver Line bus.

It is also possible to take the bus to South Station. Take the #7 bus on the MBTA and get off at the 415 Summer Street stop. You will see the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on the left.

Visitors to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center can also take a traditional taxi or a water taxi to the center. Boston has a number of cab companies willing to take passengers to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Because the convention center is on the water, it is also easy to take a water taxi to get there. Water taxis run from Logan Airport and Lovejoy Wharf at North Station, which is on the MBTA's Green Line, to the World Trade Center. From the World Trade Center, it is a 10-minute walk to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, and an even shorter taxi ride.

Visitors who choose to drive to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center can self park or valet park. If you would like to use the convention center's valet services, you can find valets on East Side Drive. If you would prefer to self park, you can do so at the parking lot on East Side Drive that is a little farther than the valet area. The parking lot at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center offers detailing services for people attending conventions at the center. In the event of the convention center's lot becoming full, there are plenty of parking lots on the waterfront. There is also a parking area at the Boston Marine Industrial Park.