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Opened: 1995
Capacity: 18,624 seats
Mascot: Lucky the Leprechaun
Dance Team: Celtics Dancers
Team Chant: Let's Go CEL-Tics!
Draft Beer: $8.25
Hot Dog: $4.50
TD Garden
rena Address
100 Legends Way
Boston, MA 02114
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Arena Parking: $25.00
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NBA Basketball Arena Review - TD Garden
TD Garden - Boston, MA - Roundball RoadtripLocated in Boston's Downtown North section on Causeway Street, the TD Garden stands just minutes from the historic North End and Faneuil Hall. Easily accessible from both I-93 and I-95, this 10-story building hosts not only Boston Celtics' games, it also is the home to the NHL's Boston Bruins and the Boston Blazers Professional Lacrosse Team. People traveling to the Garden by commuter rail can be dropped off at North Station right at the doorstep of the arena.

As with all sporting events in Boston, the fan interaction can provide some of the best atmosphere in all of professional sports. The sheer love and excitement that fans of Boston sports get out of watching their hometown teams play is something that can't be matched anywhere else. In the TD Garden, there is a maximum capacity of 19,580, which dwindles down to around 18,500 when there is a Celtics game being played. Yet and still, the sheer excitement of the fans provides a great way to take in a sporting event.

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TD Garden Parquet Floor - Roundball RoadTripBuilt in 1995 to replace the old Boston Garden, TD Garden was constructed for a total cost of $160 million. With a total size of 755,000 square feet, 13 escalators, and 7 elevators, the Garden provides ample room for any type of grandiose event. If you find yourself getting hungry or thirsty while you are watching the game, you will have 47 different vendors to choose from, most of which have just recently been added to the Garden. If you want a more quaint, relaxing experience, TD Garden also has you covered with many different bars and gourmet restaurants where you can sit back and enjoy a peaceful meal with a loved one. The Hub is a lounge located on the Level 4 concourse and is accessible to all patrons regardless of membership in the Garden's exclusive Premium Club.

If you're looking for a place to spend the night to wind down in after the adrenaline rush of watching some Celtic Basketball, plan to stay at the Onyx Hotel or the Liberty Hotel Boston. Both hotels are within close walking distance to the TD Garden so you won't have to worry about a long night of travel after the game and by staying in the area, you're free to partake in the local nightlife. 

TD Garden is located adjacent to some excellent bar areas as Boston is home to some great sports fans that understand the importance of a night on the town.  If you plan to hang out around TD Garden, be sure to check out The Four's, Boston Beer Works and Sullivan's Tap on Canal Street (for more detail check my Celtics Review).  For a truly historic evening pub crawl, be sure to check out the Green Dragon Tavern and the Bell in Hand Tavern located along the cobblestone area of Union Street.   Both have been around since the 1800's and feature live Irish bands at night and great beer on draft.   If you decide to venture toward the Faneuil Hall area, be sure to check out Black Rose, The Tap, and Red Hat for a truly epic pub crawl experience.  If you're into more of a club scene, take a walk to the Greatest Bar. Greatest Bar features a DJ and live music as well as big screen televisions tuned into the latest sports information for your viewing enjoyment.   For a quieter experience with great drinks and great food, look to McGann's Irish Pub on Portland St. to provide you with a charming, neighborhood bar type of atmosphere that will allow you to relax and enjoy one of your favorite libations.

Points of interest within the city are also plentiful enough that you will have plenty of options available to you when you are not attending a game at the TD Garden. Quincy Market near Faneuil Hall in Boston, which once served as a market for farm-fresh produce in the early 1800's, is an area that has many different restaurants and fast food eateries to satisfy anybody taste. You also have the opportunity to take a walk on the Freedom Trail, which is a 2.5-mile pathway that takes you past 16 historic landmarks in the Boston area. From the Bunker Hill Monument to Granary Burial Ground, many different elements are on display for people to see. If you're looking to eat at the oldest restaurant in the United States, look no further than the Union Oyster House located in downtown Boston. The building was thought to have been built around 1704, and it continues to be one of the most visited historic buildings in the entire United States.

Whether you are attending a Boston Bruins game or watching Paul Pierce and the Celtics make a run at another NBA title, the TD Garden in Boston is ready to treat you and your family to a night of fun and excitement. Plenty of local accommodations and a vibrant nightlife also await your arrival both before and after the event. With its lavish furnishings and cozy atmosphere, TD Garden is one of the premier sports complexes in all of the United States.

For more information on the city of Boston, MA check out my other reviews by clicking on the links below:
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City of Boston Local Information  
Local Points of Interest:
Quincy Market
The Freedom Trail, Paul Revere House, King's Chapel, Old North Church
Fenway Park
Salem, MA

Local Foods:
Clam Chowda, Fresh Lobster, Fresh Seafood
Boston Baked Beans

Popular Bars:
TD Garden Area (The Four's, Boston Beer Works, Sullivan's Tap, Sports Grille
     Boston, McGann's Irish Pub, The Harp)
Faneuil Hall (Black Rose, The Tap, Red Hat)
Doyle's Cafe, Franklin Cafe, Oak Bar 
Best Restaurants:
Union Oyster House (oldest oyster bar in America)
No Name Restaurant (seafood)
Durgin-Park (fantastic classic New England restaurant)
Warren Tavern (historic location serving local chow)
Fan Resources:
Pocket Map of Boston
Metro Rail Map (MBTA)
Arena Fan Policy

Local Sports Media:
The Boston Globe

Boston Herald
The Providence Journal

Where to Stay:
Definitely plan on staying in downtown Boston. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to lose yourself in history, dine on fresh seafood, or enjoy the fascinating nightlife offered downtown. The Radisson Hotel Boston or Nine Zero are both situated within walking distance of all that downtown Boston has to offer.  The Liberty Hotel is also very nice; it's located on Beacon Hill.

Getting to the Arena:
TD Garden can be accessed by commuter rail or by car.  There's plenty of parking in the lots or parking garages around the arena, but be aware of the closing times for these garages as you might find yourself locked out when you're ready to return home.  To get to TD Garden by rail, simply take any of the lines to the North Station.

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