Traveling to Boxborough, MA
The nearest major airport is Boston Logan International Airport (BOS / KBOS). This airport has international and domestic flights from Boston, Massachusetts and is 31 miles from the center of Boxborough, MA.
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Experience Boston | Located about 45 Minutes from Boxborough, MA
With a rich history, diverse neighborhoods, and legacy of arts, culture, and education, Boston has something for everyone.
There are a variety of free walks and trails throughout the City of Boston.
The City has a wealth of museums, with everything from The Museum of Fine Arts to the Boston Fire Museum.
Boston offers world-class dining and shopping options as well as local, artisan, and ethnic favorites.
How to Get Around | Boston, MA
Whether you’re walking, taking the T, riding a bike, or car sharing, there are many ways to get around Boston. For information on how travel options to the venue, please visit here.
New Balance Hubway makes bikes available when you need them. There are over 1,600 bikes at over 160 stations throughout Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, and Somerville.
Hubway, Boston's public bike share system, is the newest way to get around Boston. Grab a bike near your home, office, hotel, or school and pedal your way to eat lunch, go shopping, take classes, or visit friends and family.
The MBTA Operates from 5 AM to 12 AM seven days a week.
Learn about fare pricing here.
DriveBoston is the City’s program to provide parking spaces in municipal lots and on city streets for carshare vehicles.***
Places To See
Where should I visit?
Explore the city where the new and the old are in constant conversation, where cobbled-stone streets meet glass-enclosed shopping galleries, where The Freedom Trail landmarks stand beside cutting edge restaurants and renowned performance theatres brush shoulders with trendy nightclubs.
Uncover Boston's past while enjoying its distinctively modern edge, enjoy the old masters and the brew masters, pedal-powered swan boat rides or high speed catamaran whale watches. Shop artisanal markets or chic boutiques. While the afternoon away at a sidewalk café or dine from the popular food trucks found throughout the city. Enjoy star-studded concerts and concerts under the stars. Take a walking tour or blaze a trail of your own. Stroll the lively waterfront or cruise the historic harbor.
A few top places to visit:
- Fenway Park
- Museum of Fine Arts
- Freedom Trail
- Boston Public Garden
- North End
- Boston Public Library
- Samuel Adams Brewery
- Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
- John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library
- Walking Tours
Getting to the Regency Boxboro
- By car | The hotel is located just off Interstate 495, Exit 28, Rte 111, Boxboro/Harvard, As you exit head East on Rte 111 and then turn Right on to Adams Place – it is just across the street from the gas station which will be on your left. Stay to the right on Adams Pl and follow the road to the Boxboro Regency. Parking is free.
- By public transportation | The hotel is 5 miles from the AYER Station on the MBTA Fitchburg/South Action – Wachusett Commuter Rail line. The train leaves from North Station in Boston. You can get to North Station from Logan Airport by taxi, bus and subway. Tickets can be bought on the train or at any ticket window in North Station.
- There are information booths at all of the terminals at Logan Airport and signs outside the arrivals level directing you to the taxis or shuttle buses
Sample itineraries can be found here.
Please note, If you take the train call the hotel and let them know your scheduled arrival time and the hotel shuttle will pick you up.
***While there is no MBTA service within the Town of Boxborough, the MBTA Commuter Rail Fitchburg Line stops in neighboring Littleton, to the north, and Acton, to the east. The MBTA recently completed a new station and parking lot in Littleton, and expects to open a new station in South Acton in late 2015. The same project also included double-tracking the Fitchburg line, which has resulted in increased service to Littleton. Littleton and South Action stations now see the same number of trains each day. This may impact local traffic patterns, and could encourage more development near the Littleton commuter rail station.