Visiting the Boston area? You don't need to rent a car—the MBTA can get you to many of the region's most popular destinations. From seasonal trains that go right to the ski slopes at Wachusett to the many options to get to Fenway Park on game days, the T has you covered.
Take the T to Greater Boston's Top Attractions
The T is a fast, affordable, and convenient way to get to and from Logan Airport.
There are tons of ways to take the T to Fenway. Find out which option is most convenient for you and beat the traffic on game days.
The MBTA runs special commuter rail trains from Boston to Gillette Stadium for Patriots games and other events. Check out this convenient way to get to game day.
Located in the heart of downtown Boston, TD Garden is home to the Boston Celtics and Bruins, as well as many concerts and events. It also sits on top of North Station, a hub for the MBTA subway and Commuter Rail.
During ski season, you can get to Wachusett Mountain on the Commuter Rail. Wachusett Ski Resort provides a free shuttle from the train station to the slopes.
Each year, the Boston Marathon is held on the third Monday in April—Patriots' Day. The MBTA's Worcester Commuter Rail Line and Green Line run parallel to the course.
Salem is a popular tourist destination just a short distance from Boston, easily accessible by Commuter Rail or ferry.
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, you can take the Commuter Rail from South Station to Hyannis on Cape Cod. Beat the traffic and take the CapeFLYER instead.