Be there for the next great event inside TD Garden in Boston. And be sure to download the TD Garden app to aid you in planning your next visit to TD Garden.
Where to Sit
For Sporting Events: Find the most affordable seats in the balcony sections behind the baskets/goals (sections 304-313 and 320-328). Balcony seats at midcourt/center ice are available in Sections 301 and 316.
For Celtics’ games, check out Loge 1 and Loge 12 seats for center court seats right on the floor. Section 1 and 12 also put you right at center ice for hockey.
For Bruins’ games, check out sections 6 and 7 for the attack twice zone (the goal the Bruins will shot at during the first and third period).
For families, seats in sections 306, 311, 321 and 326 put you in the proximity of a restroom. Also, a family restroom is located inside First Aid (Section 15 and 16 on Level 4).
And whichever team you are coming to see, be sure to make time to walk through the Sports Museum on Levels 5 and 6 for a half-mile of tributes to Boston sports.
For Concerts: Straight ahead views of the stage are available in the Balcony sections 308 and 309. Sound quality is fantastic here. But if you want a clear view of the artist a little closer and not so high up, check out Loge sections 6 and 7.
Loge sections 14 and 21 place you right on top of the stage in the lower level. And for the best and closest view of the concert, check out the first 16 rows of the floor section.
And for any event, premium seating is available in the club levels on both sides of the arena. Club level ticket holders receive access to exclusive restaurants and clubs, such as the AT@T Sportsdeck, Level 5 Bistro, and The Lofts.
What to Expect When You Arrive
Be prepared to have any items you bring with you to TD Garden to be inspected upon entry. Large bags, backpacks, luggage, laptops, coolers, and briefcases are prohibited inside TD Garden. There is no place to check any of these items inside the arena, so don’t even bother showing up with them at the door.
Parking: The closest parking to TD Garden is the North Station Garage underneath the arena. Spots are $50 and an elevator from the garage that takes you directly to the main concourse in North Station.
But driving around Boston can be difficult, especially if you’re visiting from out of town. Take the subway to the North Station commuter rail station to avoid traffic and save money.
TD Garden Experience
Boston crowds are famous for their passionate and rowdy support of their teams. Be there to experience this support first-hand or check out the long list of great acts who perform in Boston.
If you need a place to stay, check out the nearby Courtyard Boston or the Battery Wharf Hotel. Both hotels are within walking distance of TD Garden.