Making the Most of Your Time in Boston
To help Port of Call passengers make the most of their visit to Boston, many cruise lines offer a round-trip shuttle to take you to many of the region’s most popular destinations.
Operated by Brush Hill/Gray Line/Beantown Trolley, trolley shuttles take passengers to some of Boston’s most exciting neighborhoods. Trips are available to the Waterfront and the New England Aquarium, located on Central Wharf; Faneuil Hall, sometimes called “the Cradle of Liberty” and the Quincy Market; or Boston’s Back Bay and and Copley Square, home to Trinity Church, the Boston Public Library, and the Copley Place Mall; and Boston’s most famous shopping street, Newbury Street.
Shuttles depart on a regular basis and are coordinated with Port of Call vessel schedules.
Tickets and information are available in the Black Falcon Cruise Terminal. Brush Hill / Gray Line / Beantown Trolley personnel are on site to assist all passengers.
Taxis serve the cruise terminal during ship calls and public transportation is easily accessible. The MBTA’s Silver Line Rapid Transit Service SL2 Route services Black Falcon Avenue at the Design Center Place stop. South Station and the Red Line subway is a mile away. For information on fares and schedules, call (800) 392-6100 or visit: www.mbta.com.