Getting to Boston
Visitors planning to fly into Boston should fly to Logan International Airport. Logan is located just north of Boston and you can easily take public transportation into the center of the city or to Cambridge depending on where you are staying. Taxis are also available (est. $35.00 to ImprovBoston, including tolls).
AMTRAK travels to Boston from all over the country, with stops right by the subway in South Station and Back Bay Station.
Visitors may also take a bus easily from Washington D.C., Philadelphia, and New York to Boston. Many carriers travel to either South Station (on the Red Line) or Back Bay (on the Orange Line) where you can easily take public transportation to the theater and your hotel.
Boston, Cambridge, and the surrounding areas are highly accessible by public transit. Info is available at www.mbta.com, including a trip planner.
The ImprovBoston Theater is in Central Square on the Red Line in Cambridge.
Fares with Charlie (MBTA) Ticket:
Subway: est. $2.50
Bus: est. $2.00
Day/Week Link Pass: est. $9.00 for 1 day, $15.00 for 7 days (Unlimited travel on Subway & Bus)
Both reservations and on-demand service are available. There are a couple of taxi stands around the corner from ImprovBoston. Handicap vans are available.
Metro Cab – 617-254-6060
Cambridge Taxi Cab – 617-583-5555
Ambassador Cab – 617-492-1100
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