Boston is most easily accessed by its public transportation system, the MBTA. Commonly called the "T", public transportation provides easy access to both of Boston National Historical Park's visitor centers.
To get to the Faneuil Hall Visitor Center, take the Orange or Blue line to State and exit onto State Street. Walk down Congress Street north about half a block to arrive at Faneuil Hall.
To get to the Charlestown Navy Yard Visitor Center, you have two main options. You can pick up the Water Shuttle at Long Wharf, which will drop you off at Pier 4 in Charlestown. Walk to the head of the dry dock, and take a left into the Charlestown Navy Yard.
You can also take the 93 bus to the "Constitution Road" stop, and walk into the Charlestown Navy Yard from there.
For help planning your trip by public transportation, visit the MBTA's website.
From West: Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) East to I-93 N. Follow the directions for "From South" above.
From North (93 South): I-93 South to Exit 28/Sullivan Square. Stay left on exit ramp for about 1/3 mile. Proceed up ramp to Rutherford Avenue. Follow signs for Rutherford Ave/City Square. After Bunker Hill Community College, get into the left lane. Just before the bridge at City Square turn left onto Chelsea Street. Follow directions for all (below).
For All: At first light, turn right onto Warren St, then first left onto Constitution Rd. Discounted parking with validation is available in the Nautica Parking garage.
Last updated: August 16, 2017