Parking at the Port of Boston

Parking for the Port of Boston is available at the BRA-EDIC (Boston Redevelopment Authority-Economic Development Industrial Corporation) Marine Industrial Park garage. This fully enclosed parking garage is right across from the Port of Boston's Black Falcon Cruise Terminal. Cash, Visa or MasterCard are all accepted.

Note: There is a vehicle height limit of 6’10" for Boston cruise parking. However, some spaces are available for oversized vehicles. The garage is secured 24 hours a day for your security.

  • Handicap
  • Oversized Parking
  • Valet Parking
  • Indoor Parking
  • Outdoor Parking
  • Security
  • Reservation
  • Shuttle




12 Drydock Ave
South Boston, MA 02210

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Prices per day

  • $25 Indoor Parking

Payment Types

  • Cash
  • Visa
  • Master Card

Port of Boston Overview

The cruise season in Massachusetts runs from April to November, with over 100 itineraries departing from the Port of Boston. Cruises visit the New England and Canadian coastlines as well as longer, more tropical destinations.

Boston is one of America's oldest cities and is rich with history. Along with a history that features a 'tea-party', Boston also is a modern marvel with some of the best hospitals and technology centers in the world. There is also world renowned restaurants, theaters, museums and shopping. If you're cruising from the Port of Boston make sure you arrive a couple of days early to enjoy all there is to do!

Cruise Lines

Four ships call the Port of Boston home including:

  • NCL’s Norwegian Dawn
  • Holland America’s Maasdam
  • Holland America's Veendam
  • Royal Caribbean International's Brilliance of the Seas

Want to sail out of the historical city of Boston? Book your cruise at the Port of Boston now!


Cruise Hotel/Parking packages to make your cruise adventure even more enjoyable. You can also take a 10 minute taxi ride from the Logan Airport to the Boston Cruise Terminal.

Consider using the Silver Line Rapid Transit Service SL2 Bus Route that drops you off at both the Black Falcon Ave Port Center or the Design Center Place. The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) Subway can also bring you right to your destination at the Port of Boston.


With the Holiday Inn Express Boston, Ramada Inn Boston and the Comfort Inn Boston, all located close to the Black Falcon Pier, you can start your cruise by enjoying all that Boston has to offer. Hotel reservations made at hotels nearby the port offer free parking during your cruise. This way you can avoid all the hassles of finding additional parking near the port.

Boston Cruises are a great way to getaway!


Just like any major city, there are a variety of dining options in Boston. It's a perfect city for sightseeing so stopping in for lunch near the port would be an ideal thing to do. Faneuil Hall is a city landmark which has served as a meeting hall and marketplace since 1742. It offers a variety of choices. It has a food court that has everything from sushi, to grape leaves to pizza. Durgin-Park inside the hall, a historic spot dating back to 1827, has sit-down seating and large portions.

Mr. Bartley's Burger Cottage nearby is popular with Harvard students and offers standard American fare like burgers, french fries and onion rings.

Legal Seafoods is a great choice to check out for local fare that includes the freshest seafood around and Boston "chowda."


Attractions & Entertainment

Boston is a large city but feels intimate when exploring on foot. It is a historical city with both a collegiate and working-class atmosphere. If you like history and want to take advantage of Boston's position in America's past, walk the Freedom Trail, which is 2.5 miles long and showcases 16 historic sites. Sightseers can can begin at the Boston Common information center to pick up maps and information and decide if they'd like to walk it or take a trolley.

If you are into art, try the Museum of Fine Arts , one of the best art museums in the country, noted for its impressionist paintings. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, located in the 19th century home of the eclectic owner that was made to look like a 15th century Venetian palace, caters to those with quirky tastes.

The New England Aquarium is perfect for water-lovers and has a great indoor fish collection, performing sea lions and seals and excellent whale-watching excursions


There are pricey shops near the Common on Newbury Street, including Neiman Marcus which is a couple blocks away located in Copley Place and the Prudential Center. For less expensive, artsy crafts and unique antiques, head to the boutiques of Beacon Hill.