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Orpheum Theatre - Boston, MA

Boston’s Orpheum Theatre started out as the Boston Music Hall back in 1852. The space was the original home of the New England Conservatory—the oldest independent school of music in the United States— up until 1870, and the original home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in the 19th century. Like so many other theaters in America at the time, it welcomed vaudeville theater at the turn of the 20th century. It was renamed Orpheum Theatre in 1915. These days, guests can catch everyone from Brian Wilson and Herbie Hancock to Trombone Shorty and the Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker at this historic venue.

Orpheum Theatre is conveniently located in downtown Boston. For public transport, the closest metro station is Park Street, off the Red Line. Guests who are driving can take Exit 23 off I-93. There are several nearby parking options, including the Union Club Valet, 33 Arch Street Garage and No. 9 Park Valet garages.

Check out the Parkman Bandstand in the Boston Common park close to the venue, or the Saint Anthony Shrine. For food, plenty of options are nearby, including Euro-inspired fare, French food and Mexican cuisine. Depending on the time, showgoers can also head a little further out of the neighborhood to check out all the city has to offer, like the MIT Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Fenway Park (home of the Red Sox), New England Aquarium, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston Children’s Museum and Paul Revere House.
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