Boston Logan International Airport
One Harborside Dr Suite 200S,
East Boston, MA 02128
Boston’s public transportation is through the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA). Get to know the routes and transportation options through the MBTA website or visit Boston Visitor’s Guide to the T.
Parking in and around Cambridge is limited. If you are traveling to the area by car, you may want to consider leaving it at your hotel (free at Homewood Suites, paid valet parking available at the others) and traveling to conference events by public transportation or on foot.
If you do prefer to come to the conference by car, you should be able to find parking in one of the public garages or lots near Harvard (typically $30+ per day). Another option is to park at the Alewife Station Garage ($9/day) or Green Street Garage ($20-$30) and take the MBTA Red Line to Harvard Square. Street parking is available with the Passport app, but most spots have 2-hour limits and won’t work well for those attending the event.
Our favorites in the area!
Modern, pleasant 3-star hotel, located a 20-minute walk or 5-minute cab ride from Harvard.
Friendly, roomy accommodations in an all-suites 3-star hotel–with free parking, a rarity in this area! Easy access to Harvard via Bus 77, which picks up next to the hotel and stops in Harvard Square, or 15 minutes by rideshare or cab.
A contemporary boutique hotel in Cambridge, one stop from Harvard on the Red Line or a 25-minute walk. Hotel 1868 (and its sister property, Porter Square Hotel) are offering guaranteed discounted rates to conference attendees. We recommend booking soon; rooms are available on a first come, first served basis and reservations may be canceled without penalty until 24 hours prior to check-in (3 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 11).