Headquarters

Boston

Massachusetts Bar Association
20 West St.
Boston, MA 02111-1204
(617) 338-0500

Directions to the Boston office:
Note: There are several parking lots near the MBA office. The largest and least expensive is the Boston Common Garage, which is roughly three blocks from the MBA. Other lots are located on West St., Washington St., and at the Hyatt Boston on Avenue de Lafayette.

From Storrow Drive to Boston Common Garage: Westbound, take the Back Bay/Copley exit. Eastbound, take the Downtown Boston Exit. Turn left at the lights, then the immediate right onto Arlington Street. At the second light, turn left onto Boylston Street, then a left onto Charles Street. The Boston Common Garage is on the right, below the Boston Common.

From the Mass Turnpike to Boston Common Garage: Take exit 22 (Prudential Center) and stay right on the exit, following the signs to Copley Square. As you come off the exit you will be on Stuart Street. Stay on Stuart Street, go through 5 traffic lights; at the 6th light, turn left onto Charles Street South. Follow Charles Street South through 1 traffic light. The Boston Common Parking Garage is on the right below the Boston Common.

From Rt. 93 North or South (Expressway to Boston Common Garage): Take exit 20 toward I-90 W/Worcester/S Station and follow signs for South Station/Chinatown. Take a left onto Kneeland Street (which turns into Stuart Street.) Proceed 4/10 of a mile, bear right onto Charles Street at the light. Go through the next light. The Boston Common Garage is on the right beneath the Boston Common.

From the Boston Common Garage to the MBA office: Exit the Garage through the Tremont Street Pavilion. Turn left out of the door, then walk along the main footpath between the Soldiers and Sailors monument (on the left) and the Band Stand (on the right.) This path leads to the Visitors Center and Tremont Street. Directly across Tremont Street from the Visitor Center is West Street. The MBA is at 20 West Street.

Nearest MBTA Stop: Park Street on the Red and Green Lines or Downtown Crossing on the Red and Orange Lines.

 

 

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