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Boston Early Music Festival: venues

The Revere Hotel Boston

200 Stuart Street • 617-482-1800


Public Transportation – Green Line or #1 Bus
Take the MBTA Green Line to Boylston Station. Walk south on Tremont Street, turn right on to Stuart.

Public Transportation – Orange Line
Take the MBTA Orange Line to the Tufts Medical Center Station. Exit onto to Tremont Street and walk north, turn left on to Stuart Street.

Driving from the North
Follow Route 93 South Take the Storrow Drive exit #26. Take the 2nd exit, Back Bay/Copley, off of Storrow Drive. At the first traffic light turn left onto Beacon Street and then a quick right onto Arlington Street. Follow Arlington Street along the Public Garden, past the Taj and Boston Park Plaza hotels. Just after the Boston Park Plaza Hotel turn left onto Stuart Street, Revere Hotel will be on your right.

Driving from the South
Follow Route 93 North into Boston. Take the Airport/South Station exit, #20 – Follow signs for South Station/Downtown Boston. At the end of the exit (about 1 mile) turn left onto Kneeland St. Follow 5 traffic lights and turn left onto Tremont St. At the light, turn right to stay on Tremont St. Take the next right onto Charles St. The driveway for Revere Hotel will be on the left, just after Pigalle.

Driving from the West
Follow Route 90 East, the Massachusetts Turnpike into Boston. Take the Copley Square/Prudential exit, #22; stay to the right, following signs for Copley Square. Follow to right, proceeding four blocks on Stuart St. Revere Hotel will be on the right.

For specific driving directions from your location, please consult Google Maps.

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Parking is available onsite: Valet $42, Self Park $39. Other parking lots in the ares include the Boston Transportation Building Garage and the Boston Common Garage.

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