Visitor Information & Directions Visitor Information & Directions

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
600 Atlantic Avenue
Boston, MA 02210

General Information: (617) 973-3000

Federal Reserve Plaza is the iconic silver “washboard” building located in the block defined by Summer Street, Atlantic Avenue, Congress Street, and Dorchester Avenue, near South Station and Dewey Square, at the start of the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway.

Parking Options Parking Options

South Station Garage | 0.1 miles
700 Atlantic Avenue (entrance on Kneeland Street)
Boston, MA 02205
617.345.0202
Open 24 hours

Two Financial Center Parking | 0.2 miles
60 South Street (entrance at 237 Essex Street)
Boston, MA 02110
617.426.1620
Weekdays: 6:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. | Weekends: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Atlantic Wharf Garage | 0.2 miles
280 Congress Street
617.603.7195
Open 24 hours

Garage at Post Office Square | 0.3 miles
Post Office Square
Boston, MA 02109
617.423.1430
Open 24 hours

Necco Street Garage | 0.5 miles
10 Necco Street
Boston, MA 02210
617.426.1556
Open 24 hours

Public Transportation Public Transportation

Subway (MBTA)

The Boston Fed is easily accessible by the MBTA's Red and Silver Lines. Take the Red or Silver Line to the South Station stop. The Bank is the tall silver building located at the corner of Summer Street and Atlantic Avenue. Note: The Silver Line provides service to and from Logan International Airport.

Commuter Rail

Coming into South Station, the Boston Fed is also accessible by various commuter rail lines:

  • The Fairmont Line
  • The Framingham/Worcester Line
  • The Franklin Line
  • The Greenbush Line
  • The Middleborough/Lakeville Line
  • The Needham Line
  • The Plymouth/Kingston Line

Coming into North Station take the inbound MBTA Green Line train to Park Street, switch to the Red Line, and get off at the South Station stop. North Station has service for the following lines:

  • The Fitchburg Line
  • The Haverhill/Reading Line
  • The Lowell Line
  • The Newburyport/Rockport Line

For more information, call (617) 374-1234, or visit the MBTA's website at http://www.mbta.com.