Adventure Awaits: Getting Around at Lovejoy Wharf
Find the best warm-weather ways to explore your city
When you’re in the center of it all, you can spend less time getting around and more time enjoying yourself.
Lovejoy Wharf is centrally located in the heart of the city, where there’s no shortage of trains, planes, automobiles, (oh, and boats…) to help you get where you’re going in style. The neighborhood features walking trails, water taxis, and underground transportation that make getting around Boston a breeze.
Here are our Top 3 ways to enjoy the journey just as much as the destination, all while living life at Lovejoy Wharf.
Lovejoy Wharf is minutes from all colors of the MBTA. North Station, the gateway to the city, is conveniently located right next door, and provides easy access to the green and orange lines, commuter rails, and Amtrak. For the weekend, board the famed Downeaster and take in the beauty of the New England coastline. During the week, enjoy easy access to your desk downtown on State Street via the orange line, or Copley Square via the green line. Bike to Kendall Square right across the river or walk along the Charles River to catch the Red line at Charles/MGH and land at Davis Square, Cambridge, or explore all points South. Any way you look, green, red and orange all mean “GO”.
Or enjoy the summer air and explore the city on foot. Located just outside Lovejoy Wharf is Boston’s own Harborwalk. With access to 43 miles of linear shore, you can rent an ever-popular BlueBike, go for a jog, or stroll with your furry friend, all while exploring everything the city has to offer. At Lovejoy Wharf, you’re conveniently located steps away from the North End and Charlestown, two beloved neighborhoods bustling with good food, good culture and plenty of adventure.
Head down to the dock (yes, your dock) at Lovejoy Wharf to hop aboard the ferry. Only steps away from your door, the ferry gives you easy access to Seaport’s thriving food and entertainment scene. You can be at the Seaport for dinner in minutes and take in the breathtaking views of the city skyline from your front row seat on the water. This mode of transportation will be your best bet during busy summer weekends.