Tips for Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory

30 Gainsborough Street Boston MA 02115
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98 Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory Tips

BRMintz
41 events
30 reviews
12 stars
Dress up a little for rare classical music.
Andrea
1 events
1 review
1 stars
Not much parking around. best to take the T
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
43 events
16 reviews
53 stars
Women's bathroom always has a LONG line. You are warned.
Boston Baroque Presents Grammy-Nominated Monteverdi’s Vespers Of 1610
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
43 events
16 reviews
53 stars
Casual is fine; eccentric or dressy if you wish.
Boston Baroque Presents Grammy-Nominated Monteverdi’s Vespers Of 1610
Cindy Lindstrom Johnson
22 events
7 reviews
4 stars
Pizzeria Uno was a few steps from the Hall and was very good!
Goldstar Member
7 events
6 reviews
3 stars
Yes, early is a must, the line was very long
Goldstar Member
7 events
6 reviews
3 stars
Parked on the street after driving around for a while
ndeboer
3 events
2 reviews
0 stars
Goldstar Member
4 events
1 review
0 stars
Come early due to inefficient check in procedure.
Goldstar Member
4 events
1 review
0 stars
No much available. Don't come for the food.
Elena P Garofoli
Elena P Garofoli
16 events
4 reviews
3 stars
Take the Orange line to Mass Ave, and you are only a couple block away.
Handel’s Opera Amadigi di Gaula
Karen
48 events
18 reviews
66 stars
Parking garage on Gainsborough just past the hall, also #39 bus
Karen
48 events
18 reviews
66 stars
We found it a bit chilly in the balcony; if you're the type to feel cold, layer.
Karen
48 events
18 reviews
66 stars
Business casual at the very least; dresses and ties not unusual
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
43 events
16 reviews
53 stars
A great variety including beer, wine, cake, salty snacks; prices are not bad for a concert hall.
Handel’s Opera Amadigi di Gaula
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
43 events
16 reviews
53 stars
Easy T connections at Symphony Hall, and #1 bus
Handel’s Opera Amadigi di Gaula
chpineiro
4 events
2 reviews
0 stars
Use public tranporation if possible

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