We encourage you to enjoy a trip down to Boston to smell the Roses, literally! The Boston Flower & Garden Show happens annually in Boston, featuring beautiful gardens filled with great inspiration as well as the products and information you’ll need to pursue your horticultural passions!
Don’t worry about the high-prices of parking in Boston; take a C&J bus to South Station, then make your way over to the Seaport. To help you get where you’re going, we’ve put together a walkthrough of how to get from South Station to the Boston Flower & Garden Show at the Seaport World Trade Center.
Getting from Boston South Station to the Seaport World Trade Center
Ride the silver line directly from South Station to the Seaport. Depart on the Silver Line Outbound from South Station, ride the ‘T’ for two stops (approximately 4 minutes) until you reach the World Trade Center Stop. Walk a short distance north west on 25-24 and turn right on World Trade Center Ave. Walk approximately 1 block north on World Trade Center Ave., until you reach the Seaport. The Subway is a great travel option, the trains run about every 10 minutes. For more information on the MBTA, click here.
Hail a cab or Uber for a 5 minute ride from South Station to the Seaport. Taxis are readily available outside of South Station.
In just under a mile walk from South Station, you can take in the sights of Boston and get the blood pumping as you make your way over to the Seaport. When you exit South Station you want to head north toward Summer Street and take a right onto it. Next turn left onto Dorchester Ave, and a quick right onto Congress Street. You will walk down Congress Street for a half a mile; here you will pass by the Boston Children’s Museum and the Boston Fire Museum. Take left onto B St., and then take a right onto Seaport Blvd, where you will reach the Seaport World Trade Center in about 400 ft. The best part about walking is it’s free! To view a map, click here.
Note: While there’ll always be multiple ways to get around Boston, we’ve selected the fastest routes as suggested by Google Maps.