To find information about our move to 24 Farnsworth St. in Boston's Innovation District, and details about our new headquarters, please visit our Join the Move blog.
For more information, please contact the UUA Office of Information and Public Witness by calling (617) 948-6103 or by sending an email to info @ uua.org.
Equual Access has prepared some helpful information for those with physical disabilities visiting the UUA (PDF).
Driving directions in Boston become obsolete because of ongoing road and other construction. For the most current information, please see MapQuest or Google.
There is no street parking available on Farnsworth St. Check with parking garages for current pricing information. No matter which way you travel, be sure to give yourself lots of time to find your way, get around in city traffic, and find parking.
Bus and subway fare information is available through the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) website.
Take the Red Line, Commuter Rail, or Amtrak to Boston's South Station.
To get to our building from South Station:
You exit the station onto Summer Street and turn right.
Turn left onto Dorchester Avenue.
Turn right onto Congress St.
Turn left onto Farnsworth St. The UUA will be #24 on your left. (10 minute walk total).
The MBTA Silver Line (SL1 Bus) does curbside pickup and drop off at Terminals A, B, C, and E. It is an 11-21 minute ride from the terminal to Courthouse Station, and a 3-minute walk from Courthouse Station to the UUA. Purchase a fare at the Charlie Card kiosk in your terminal.
Directions from Courthouse Station:
Turn right out of the station.
Walk around the station to a long parking lot, facing tall buildings.
Turn right, walk through the parking lot, and turn left onto Farnsworth St.
To plan a trip to 24 Farnsworth St. on public transportation, use the "Trip Planner" tool on the MBTA website.
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Last updated on Thursday, August 21, 2014.
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