Wedding Transport

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To get to the venue, you have lots of great options:

  • For arrival, we recommend taking a short cab ride from Boston (approx. 10 minutes from downtown).
  • For the adventurous/locals, another great option is taking the red line train to Broadway and walking a few blocks (see map at right). Walk up Broadway towards Mul's Diner, go left on A Street and right at West Second Street. The AFH EpiCenter will be immediately on your left.
  • Free parking is available both opposite and next to the wedding location. Check out the AFH website for driving directions. Please have fun be safe! If you overindulge, please call Boston's Designated Driver service to drive you and your car home: 617-652-0233.
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Getting home from the wedding:

  • We have arranged a shuttle to take people home to the wedding hotels. It will run a continuous loop between AFH, Club Quarters & Nine Zero from 10 PM until 1 AM.
  • Trains in Boston shut down around 12:00/12:30. Train (if early) or taxis (best hailed along W. Broadway) are also possible options.

A note about the neighborhood:

  • If you do take a taxi, please note that once you cross the bridge near South Station/Chinatown to head into South Boston, the character of the neighborhood will change dramatically. You'll pass the gentrifying warehouse district first before turning down A Street.
  • In these last few blocks on A, you will pass several older warehouses, parking lots, and (right next to the AFH), the post office headquarters. While quite safe, the area is industrial and gritty-looking. Boston hottest new bar (Drink) and restaurant (Sportello) may be only 10 minutes on foot, but you may not guess that at first glance!
  • Our venue is placed firmly in the middle of this transition point, where the old "Southie" residents rub shoulders with the new luxury lofts. We find this an interesting moment in the neighborhood's history, and we hope that you do too!


September 17, 2011 • Artists for Humanity • 100 West 2nd Street • Boston, MA 02127

September 17, 2011 • Artists for Humanity

100 West 2nd Street • Boston, MA 02127