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What was TD Garden called before?

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When did TD Garden Open?

September 30, 1995

How old is the TD Garden?

26c. 1995

When did they tear down the Boston Garden?

1998

When did Boston Garden close?

September 26, 1995

When was the Boston Garden demolished?

1995

When did the new Boston Garden Open?

September 30, 1995

What part of Boston is TD Garden?

The TD Garden, formerly the FleetCenter, is located in northern downtown Boston. It is the home of the Boston Celtics NBA basketball team and the Boston Bruins NHL hockey team. It is directly above the MBTA’s North Station.

How did Boston Garden get its name?

Years Capacity
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1988–1995 14,448

What street is TD Garden on?

At the end of Storrow Drive, turn right onto Martha Road/Nashua Street. Turn left onto Causeway St. and the TD Garden will be on your left.

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Where is the old Boston Garden?

When was the old Boston Garden torn down?

1998

When did they redo TD Garden?

Construction
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Broke ground
Opened
Renovated
Construction cost

When did Boston Garden become TD Garden?

July 1, 2005

What was TD Garden called before?

How much does it cost to park at TD Garden?

With the most convenient parking for every game and show, the North Station Garage offers a flat event rate* of $54 when you enter 3 hours prior to the scheduled event time.

When was the TD Garden built?

1995

Do you need a Covid test to go to TD Garden?

No, vaccination is not required to enter TD Garden. Do I need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test to attend an event at TD Garden? No, proof of a negative COVID-19 test result is not required for general seating at TD Garden.

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Is the old Boston Garden still there?

Construction
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Opened
Closed
Demolished
Construction cost

How old is the Boston Garden?

93c. 1928

Why are stadiums called Gardens?

It ultimately stems from the Latin word “geard,” reports Word Sense. This word means, broadly, “open space.” It lends itself to two keywords in English: “garden” and “yard.” So calling a huge arena with a high ceiling a “garden” makes sense in this classical use of the term.

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