Getting to Boston Marriott Copley Place

From the Airport (airport map)

Logan Express (Back Bay) – This bus runs to and from all of the airport terminals to Dartmouth Street behind the Marriott Copley Place hotel. Bus tickets are $3 going to the airport, and free from the airport to the Back Bay stop.

Blue Line – The Blue Line subway can be taken to The Government Center, where you can switch to the Green Line. Take the Green Line to Prudential Center.

Taxis – taxis are available on the Arrivals level at Terminals A, B, C and E. Taxis at Boston Logan have designated stands, and taxi dispatchers are present in all terminals to assist you in finding transportation from Boston Logan.

Ride App/Uber/Lyft – Ride app services have their own pick up and drop off locations. There are two designated locations at Logan airport. Terminals A, C, and D should use the location in the Central Parking Garage. Terminal B should use the location Level 2 (Departures) of the Terminal B Parking Garage.

Visit Boston

Light Rail & Bus (with MBTA)

One block away from Copley Place is the Prudential Light Rail Station for the Green Line E. Subway one-way fare is $2.40, and unlimited day passes for bus and subway service is $11.00.

The Government Center stop will provide access to Faneuil Hall Market Place and the New England Aquarium, part of Boston Harbor. From the harbor there are dozens of harbor cruises available, including whale watches, historical tours, and sunset cruises.

Walk west from the Government Center stop to visit the Museum of African American History.

Continue down the green line to Science Park/West End stop to visit the Charles Hayden Planetarium and the Museum of Science.

Visit Harvard University and it’s surrounding museums and parks. To get there, walk southwest on Huntington Ave. and make a left on Massachusetts Ave. to the bus stop at Massachusetts Ave @ St Botolph St for Bus 1. A 25 minute bus ride will get you to the Massachusetts Ave @ Holyoke St bus stop in Harvard Square.

Take a short walk (or bus 39 at Belvidere St. to Forsyth Way) up Huntington Ave. to the Boston Fine Arts Museum.

Two blocks away is Symphony Hall. Tour the beautiful building, or see the Boston Symphony Orchestra in the evening. November performances will be Andris Nelsons conducts Mozart and Puts with soprano Renée Fleming and baritone Rod Gilfry.


Walk less than a mile down the road to the Boston Commons. Home to the iconic Duck Island and Swan Boats.

Across the street, go to the top of the Prudential Tower to View Boston and grab a bite at their bistro, The Beacon.

Directional sign "Destination Boston"
Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Fall 2023. Photograph by Kyle Klein Photography.
Boston Public Garden. Photograph by Kyle Klein.
Make Way for Duckling statue in Boston Public Garden. Photograph by Kyle Klein.