Home of the National Basketball Association Celtics and National Hockey League Bruins and host of numerous concerts and special events, TD Garden stands as one of Boston's leading entertainment venues. Originally known as the Boston Garden, the revamped arena seats almost 20,000 people and offers three private restaurants, 90 executive suites, and a multimillion-dollar, high-definition scoreboard and replay screen. If you don't have tickets for an event, you can still take a tour on which you will see how the trademark parquet floor is put together for a game, learn about the teams that play, and sit in executive seats. The arena also serves as Boston's northern station for its commuter and regional trains. With our world travel planner, Boston attractions like TD Garden can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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A tremendous sports viewing, shopping and eating experience…..a must place to visit if you are in Boston.
A tremendous sports viewing, shopping and eating experience…..a must place to visit if you are in Boston. more »
Great event venue, plenty of restaurants/bars attached to TD Garden or on the street right outside so a lot of choice depending on what you like. Rowdy on game day which is fun.
Great event venue, plenty of restaurants/bars attached to TD Garden or on the street right outside so a lot of choice depending on what you like. Rowdy on game day which is fun. more »
Awesome stadium with great views in all the seats. Physical seats are comfortable, with the most comfortable seats being closest to the floor, and box seats. The nose-bleed seats have steep stairs but it is manageable with the railing. The concessions are stadium pricing but it’s expected. The pro shops and memorabilia stands are also expensive but again, expected. Even the longest lines are not too bad and move quickly at the bar/concessions/stores. I did have trouble locating a straw once, but other than that, the condiments are located only a few feet away from all food. The food quality is good and better than a lot of other stadiums. I feel safe here since there are a lot of exits and they are all labeled clearly. Overall, the bathrooms are clean and stay clean throughout performances and events. The audio at performances doesn’t seem to echo much and sound great in most areas.
Great venue for concerts, Bruins, or Celtics and whatever else. Not a bad seat in the house. That being said the food is pretty trash - I feel like they could showcase some Boston spots more. Luckily you are very close to the great food of the North End and also super conveniently located next to North Station.
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