The Greenway is an adventurous modern park. Curving through the heart of Boston, it’s 1.5 miles of wondrous sights and unforgettable experiences. Here’s all the information you need to enjoy every inch of it.
Our park is close to a number of MBTA bus and train stations. You can get here easily from almost anywhere.
South Station, Downtown Crossing
Haymarket, Government Center
Haymarket, Chinatown, Government Center
Aquarium, State Street
South Station or North Station
4, 92, 93, 111, 325, 326, 424, 426, 428, 434, 450 at Haymarket
4 along Atlantic Avenue
4, 7, 11, 448, 449, 459 at South Station
Rowes Wharf or Long Wharf
There is no public parking on The Greenway itself; however, there are meters along Atlantic Avenue in several adjoining location. See garage options below.
Harbor Garage – Entrance on Milk Street (has accessible parking spots)
Rowes Wharf Garage – Entrance on corner of Atlantic and High Street (has accessible parking spots)
Standard Parking – Entrance at 5 Broad Street
Dock Square Garage – Entrance at 20 Clinton Street (has accessible parking spots)
International Place Garage – Entrance at 55 Purchase Street
125 High Street – Entrance at 115 Purchase Street
There are three accessible parking spots near The Greenway at 59 East India Row.
Bike racks are provided throughout The Greenway and there are several nearby Bluebike sharing stations. Biking, skateboarding, and other non-pedestrian activity inside the park is not allowed.
- For pedestrian safety, biking, skateboarding, skating, and Segways are not permitted.
- Smoking is prohibited on The Greenway.
- Dogs are welcome but should be kept on a leash and cleaned up after.
- Park activities cannot limit or obstruct general public use.
- Respect park garden bed, artwork, structures and trees.
- Events with equipment, setups, or amplified sound must have a written permit from the Greenway Conservancy and the City of Boston.
For a full list of Park Rules, please read our Park Use Guidelines.
Everyone is welcome at The Greenway. We are committed to making our park, programs, amenities, and art accessible to all, and we embrace contemporary, universal design principles. The Greenway Carousel at the Tiffany & Co. Foundation Grove is New England’s most accessible carousel for those with physical or auditory disabilities. All paths throughout the park are ADA compliant and are regularly maintained by Conservancy Staff. For more information please contact [email protected].
Your safety is important to us. Our Park Rangers are trained to walk the park, engage with the public, and provide helpful information. More importantly, rangers are always on the lookout for those who may need medical care or social services, and are prepared to refer them to the appropriate care facility or social services agency. These skilled professionals also collaborate with law enforcement when necessary.