TD Garden opened in 1995 and has hosted more than 200 events per year ever since. It’s the largest sports and entertainment arena in New England. Although parking is available at TD Garden, it is paid parking and requires getting to the stadium well before an event. As such, the best way to get to TD Garden is by chartering a Boston bus rental.
TD Garden is the home to the NHL’s Boston Bruins and the NBA’s Boston Celtics. More than 3.5 million people flock to the 10-story stadium every year to attend professional sports events, concerts, family shows, wrestling, and ice shows. The stadium is a year-round venue that offers a total capacity of 19,600 seats and three private restaurants -- Banners Harbor View, Legends, and the Level 5 Bistro.
The stadium has a total of 90 executive suites, 1,100 club seats, a multi-million dollar high-definition video scoreboard, and complete 360-degree LED technology. Over the years, TD Garden has hosted some of the most memorable sporting events in the history of their respective sports, including the 1996 NHL All-Star Game, the 2004 Democratic National Convention, and the 2018 NCAA Men’s East Regional Finals. Visitors to TD Gardens can enjoy food and beverages at one of 47 different concession stands, 42 of which are permanent while the other five are mobile.
Why charter a bus to visit TD Garden
If you’re attending an event at TD Garden, arriving well in advance is always recommended, but there’s no reason to deal with the hassle of parking. When traveling to TD Garden with a large group, renting a Boston charter bus is the easiest way to get to and from the venue. We offer a variety of bus rentals to choose from: mini coach buses for bachelor/bachelorette parties, coach buses for large corporate groups, and school buses for class field trips.
TD Garden is located in the heart of Boston and close to a number of popular Boston attractions. Within walking distance of the stadium, you’ll find restaurants like Tavern in the Square, The Harp, and West End Johnnie’s. If you’re looking for a fun attraction to check out before attending an event at TD Garden, the Paul Revere statue is less than a mile walk from the stadium grounds.
In the neighborhood surrounding TD Garden, you’ll also find Thoreau Path, Nashua Street Park, and the Museum of Science next to the Old Charles River Dam. Of course, no visit to TD Garden is complete without a quick stop into The Greatest Bar, located on Friend Street less than a quarter of a mile from the stadium grounds.
More than just cobblestone covered streets and beautiful brownstone buildings, Boston is also the sports city by excellence with beloved sports teams finding their home here. A place of culture and history, you can learn more about the city’s background by walking historical trails and visiting renowned universities throughout Boston.