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Your guide to Boston, Massachusetts

Suffolk University, founded in 1906, has become an integral part of Boston and is deeply connected to its people and institutions.

Being located in downtown Boston means stepping into the heart of the city and abundant action and opportunities, from global firms in the Financial District to Beacon Hill's State House. With Downtown Crossing shops, Chinatown restaurants, and Theatre District venues within walking distance, the campus offers endless activities.

查尔斯河畔滨海大道(Charles River Esplanade)


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Boston is one of the most walkable cities in the US. Our downtown campus is steps away from incredible city sites.

The city's MBTA train system provides affordable access to Boston's 20+ neighborhoods and beyond, whether you stay within the Greater Boston area or visit nearby states. With eight subway stops within a five-minute walk, exploring the local area is convenient. Serving nearly 200 cities with over 1 million daily riders, it includes:

  • subway

  • bus

  • ferry

  • commuter rail services

Boston, a diverse international hub, features nearly 3,000 restaurants to discover. Find a mix of local and global cuisines, chef-owned spots and budget-friendly choices.

Indulge in New England's fresh seafood with popular spots like The Barking Crab or Neptune Oyster for lobster rolls and clam chowder. Visit the North End for the best Italian food and cannolis in the city. Down the street from Suffolk University, you'll find an array of Asian cuisine options in Chinatown. Whatever you are craving, Boston has plenty of choices for you.

Find endless activities and events all within walking distance of Suffolk's campus. Art and music lovers can explore museums like the Museum of Fine Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art, attend concerts at venues including MGM Music Hall and the House of Blues, and experience performances at the Boston Ballet and Symphony Hall.

Sports enthusiasts can catch Red Sox baseball games at the historic Fenway Park, attend Boston Bruins hockey games and Celtics basketball games at the TD Garden, and watch the New England Patriots football team and New England Revolution soccer team at Gillette Stadium accessible by train from Downtown Boston.

Boston also hosts annual events like the Boston Marathon, St. Patrick's Day Parade, St. Anthony's Feast and the Head of the Charles Regatta.

Boston offers diverse shopping options for every style. You'll find everything from luxury brands to boutiques and budget-friendly clothing stores on Boston's famous Newbury Street in Back Bay.

For larger department stores, explore Copley Place or Prudential Center Mall. Seek vintage finds at thrift shops in Cambridge or Allston. Take advantage of the South End's weekly open-air artisan market, supporting local businesses, designers, artists and entrepreneurs