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Are you looking for affordable and safe parking garages near Boston Symphony Hall? Download our parking app and compare top-rated parking lots near Symphony Hall Boston for the best deals you can get! Street parking in this busy neighborhood can be stressful with parking regulations such as permits and time limits. Save your time and money by booking your parking space in advance at parking garages near Boston Symphony Hall. The closest parking to Boston Symphony Hall is available at Boylston Street, Westland Avenue, and Gainsborough Street.

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Boston Symphony Hall Parking Rates

Location Rate
Boyd Smith Parking (35 Westland Avenue)$3 - $30/day
Boston Atlantic Parking LLC (490 Atlantic Avenue)$22 - $44/day
Multex City Parking Lot 67 (76 Gainsborough Street)$2 - $28/day
1081 Boylston Street Parking$10 - $26/day
132 Arlington Street Parking$6 - $20/day

Boston Symphony Hall Parking FAQ

Are there Onsite Parking Lots Near Symphony Hall Boston?

Onsite parking near Boston Symphony Hall is available at three main garages -- Prudential Center Garage at 800 Boylston Street, Westland Avenue Garage at 35 Westland Avenue, and Gainsborough Garage at 10 Gainsborough Street. During concerts, parking space at these garages might not be readily available. However, you will find several other Boston Symphony Hall parking garages on Westland Avenue and Gainsborough Street that offer lower parking rates for all the amenities your car needs.

What are the Rates for Parking Near Boston Symphony Hall?

Special event rates at the main parking garages near Boston Symphony Hall could range up to $18 - $20. Concerts at the iconic venue attracts many visitors and onsite parking might be overwhelmed during these hours. Boston Symphony Hall parking rates at garages nearby start as low as $2 per hour and can go up to $44 a day.

Where can I Find Street Parking Near Boston Symphony Hall?

Metered parking near Boston Symphony Hall is available on Massachusetts Avenue and Huntington Avenue. The closest free parking near Boston Symphony Hall is at 301 Massachusetts Avenue and 77 St Stephen Street. However, these are subject to time limits and restrictions; keep an eye on parking signs to avoid a ticket. Also, note that you require a permit to park on several streets near the Symphony Hall. To avoid the risk of parking violations, find a secure and convenient parking lot near Symphony Hall Boston.

Where can I Find Cheap Parking Garages Near Boston Symphony Hall?

You can find plenty of affordable parking lots near Symphony Hall Boston at Westland Avenue and Gainsborough Street. Northampton Street, Huntington Avenue, and Greenwich Park also have cheap parking lots, just minutes away from the Symphony Hall. These parking garages near Boston Symphony Hall offers all the amenities your car needs at lower rates than onsite garages at the Symphony Hall. It’s best to book your parking space at these cheaper parking lots during concerts to get instant parking and save money.

Boston Symphony Hall Parking Tips

It is always best to pre-book parking in advance before going out. There are plenty of websites and parking apps out there that offer easy interfaces for parking reservations at secure spots and garages. Most of these parking lots and garages offer cheaper rates than drive-in garages as well.

Even if you are parking in the most secure parking garages or lots, never leave your valuables exposed on your car. Many people make it a habit to drop off e-gadgets like mobile phones and laptops on the car’s passenger seats. Car-jackers consider parking lots as an easy target and can steal any valuable from even the most secure car parking lots or garages. Do not underestimate anyone.

Do not randomly park anywhere in the city. Go for street parking only at designated parking spots. Do not park in reserved spots like disabled parking slot if you are not eligible for the reservation.

Keep an eye out for traffic signboards to avoid unwanted traffic violations. Many cities and streets across the country have parking restrictions like alternate side parking, loading zones etc. If you fail to move your vehicle when the restriction begins, you could end up on the wrong side of a parking ticket.

Never gamble with the parking meter if you have parked your car in a metered parking spot. Always move your car out before the metered parking timer runs out. Trying your luck with a metered parking lot could result in your car getting towed or impounded.

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