New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall
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Jordan Hall, built in 1903, is the principal performance space of the New England Conservatory. Jordan Hall has been a Celebrity Series partner venue since 1938.


 
LOCATION

 
 
 
 
 

 

NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY'S JORDAN HALL
30 Gainsborough Street, Boston, MA

New England Conservatory, located at 290 Huntington Avenue, Boston, is one block from Boston Symphony Hall at the corner of Gainsborough Street and is easily reached by public transportation. The entrance to Jordan Hall is at 30 Gainsborough Street

By Car: Traveling east on the Massachusetts Turnpike, Route I-90, take Exit 22 to the Prudential exit, surface onto Huntington Avenue, continue straight through the light, go under or cross Massachusetts Avenue, and turn left at the traffic light onto Gainsborough Street. Traveling north on Route I-93, take exit 18 to Massachusetts Avenue and continue north for six blocks. Turn left just before the white Symphony Towers onto St. Botolph Street and go one block to Gainsborough Street.

By Subway: Take the MBTA Green Line "E" train to the Symphony stop. Walk one block west on Huntington Avenue, towards the YMCA. Take the first left, onto Gainsborough Street. Jordan Hall is on the right. Note: this station is not wheelchair accessible.ORTake the MBTA Orange Line to Massachusetts Avenue station. Exit the station via the covered end of the platform and take a left onto Massachusetts Avenue. Walk to the first set of lights, at St. Botolph Street. Take a left onto St. Botolph Street and walk to the end of the block. Jordan Hall is located diagonally on the right. Note: this station is wheelchair accessible.

By Bus: Convenient buses include #1, #CT1, #39, and #55. For more options: www.mbta.com

 
PARKING

 


Hynes Auditorium Garage,
50 Dalton Street
Boston, MA 02115
Prudential Center Garage:
Dalton Street Entrance

Prudential Center Garage:
Belvidere Street Entrance

Accessible Parking Locations
Accessible parking spaces are available at all of the garages/lots listed. Accessible street parking spaces do exist in the Back Bay but are extremely limited. At present, eight spaces exist near the theater and are designated by street signs that mark the area reserved for accessible parking. A Disabled Placard may be used in any parking space designated as HP parking. Other parking ordinances may be in effect. All designated parking rules should be obeyed. Massachusetts law allows vehicles with proper Disabled Parking authority to disregard most - but not all - public meter fees. Note, however, Massachusetts Port Authority does not exempt meter fees for Disabled Parking. Do not park in a cross-hatch area (Zebra Stripe) adjacent to an HP space.

This area is reserved for van ramp access.

• Two spaces exist on Belvedere Street, near Massachusetts Avenue.
• One space exists on Haviland Street, near the intersection of Hemenway Street.
• Two more exist in front of 15 Hemenway Street.
• One space exists where St. Cecilia Street intersects with Boylston Street.
• Two spaces exist where Massachusetts Avenue intersects with Boylston Street, next to the old bank building.

All of these space are conveniently located within a short distance from the Berklee Performance Center. Please obey all posted signs. Due to street cleaning, public events, snow emergencies or construction, availability and accessibility status of any given space is subject to change without notice.


 
     
   
     
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
     
     
     
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