Ink Underground is Boston’s first underpass park located between the ciy’s South End and South Boston neighborhoods. This unique space -- part urban park, part public arts and cultural zone, part event facility -- is a space unlike anything seen before in this region.
Spend the day with us. Join us for a fitness class. Ride your bike on the paths that bridge South Boston and the South End. Bring your dog for an evening with the neighborhoods furriest of friends while you sip on a locally brewed beverage at our pop up bar. Watch history being made as local artists transform a once underutilized piece of highway infrastructure into a fun, fresh and enlivening urban oasis.
Ink Underground is fully wheel chair accessible.
Ink Underground is easily accessible using the following methods of public transportation:
Broadway Station (Red Line)
Herald Street (Ink Block stop/Silver Line)
Ink Block Station, 300 Harrison Avenue
Ink Underground is located under the highway and can be accessed by pedestrians off of Travelers Street from both the South End and South Boston