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Directions | Visit | Boston Children's Museum  March 4, 2015 – 07:03 pm
Visit | Boston Children s Museum

Boston Children's Museum is close to major highways and easily accessible by public transportation, including the MBTA train, bus and even water shuttle!

Group Bus Notice: Please unload and load your bus on Sleeper Street behind the Museum in the designated spot. You will enter the Museum through the Group Welcome Entrance.

Please be sure to check back here before each Museum visit to get the latest recommendations for the easiest routes to the Museum.

DIRECTIONS BY FOOT
DIRECTIONS BY TRAIN
DIRECTIONS BY BUS
DIRECTIONS BY WATER SHUTTLE
DIRECTIONS BY CAR
FROM THE MUSEUM

DIRECTIONS BY FOOTback to the top

From South Station (MBTA Red Line and Commuter Rail) Exit South Station to the right of the Amtrak Sales window, to the left of the Commuter Rail platforms onto Summer Street Take a right onto Summer Street and walk one block towards the water Take the first left on Dorchester Avenue (the Federal Reserve Building will be on your left) Follow Dorchester Avenue one block and turn right over the Congress Street Bridge. At the stoplight, turn right onto Congress Street and proceed across the bridge. You'll see the Museum ahead on your left, behind the 40-foot milk bottle. It's about a three-block walk in total.

From Courthouse Station (Silver Line Waterfront): Once you have come up from the Silver Line platform, head left to exit Courthouse Station. Upon exiting Courthouse Station, turn left (toward the City of Boston skyline). Walk straight down Seaport Boulevard. You will cross Sleeper Street, and enter the Museum's Children's Wharf Park. Take a left onto the Boston HarborWalk along the Fort Point Channel, and follow it to the Museum entrance.

DIRECTIONS BY TRAINback to the top

Boston Children's Museum is easily accessible by both South Station (MBTA Commuter Rail, Red Line, Amtrak and Private Bus Carriers) and Courthouse Station (Silver Line Waterfront).

Special Note: Children 11 and under ride FREE on MBTA lines when accompanied by a paying adult!

From South Station (MBTA Red Line and Commuter Rail) Exit South Station to the right of the Amtrak Sales window, to the left of the Commuter Rail platforms onto Summer Street Take a right onto Summer Street and walk one block towards the water Take the first left on Dorchester Avenue (the Federal Reserve Building will be on your left) Follow Dorchester Avenue one block and turn right over the Congress Street Bridge. At the stoplight, turn right onto Congress Street and proceed across the bridge. You'll see the Museum ahead on your left, behind the 40-foot milk bottle. It's about a three-block walk in total.

Source: www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org


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