Spring Boston 2018

June 23-24
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SOWA POWER STATION
540 Harrison Ave Boston MA

The SoWa Power Station in an iconic masterpiece of late-industrial glamor. Built in 1896 as the world’s largest electric power generation plant, it housed twelve coal-fired boilers and produced enough electricity to run the street cars owned by the West End Street Railway Company. The century-old property’s structural elements have recently been rescued and restored, transforming it into a blank canvass for community, celebration, and innovation.

11am-6pm

Getting There

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Public Transit:
SoWa is located a short walk from Back Bay Station (MBTA Orange Line). Six large parking lots are available to visitors courtesy of our friends at GTI Properties. Click for Directions. 274 / 320 Albany Street 365 Albany Street (closed on Saturday & Sunday) 38 Wareham Street 540 Harrison Ave 500 Harrison Ave (closed on Sunday) 20 Randolph Street
By Bike:
There is bicycle parking available on site at SoWa.
By Foot:
SoWa is located only few blocks from both I-93 & I-90, and a short walk from Back Bay Station (MBTA Orange Line). Six large parking lots are available to visitors courtesy of our friends at GTI Properties. Click for Directions. 274 / 320 Albany Street 365 Albany Street (closed on Saturday & Sunday) 38 Wareham Street 540 Harrison Ave 500 Harrison Ave (closed on Sunday) 20 Randolph Street
By Car:
SoWa is located only few blocks from both I-93 & I-90. Six large parking lots are available to visitors. 274 / 320 Albany Street 365 Albany Street (closed on Saturday & Sunday) 38 Wareham Street 540 Harrison Ave 500 Harrison Ave (closed on Sunday) 20 Randolph Street
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