The Boston Celtics schedule for 2018 is filled with exciting basketball games at their home court at TD Garden from October through mid-April.
TD Garden's in-town location means you can easily walk to the stadium (depending on where you're staying), or take the T (Boston's subway) to North Station.
As you approach the Garden, you'll see crowds of fans dressed in green, hear cheers erupting from all the nearby sports bars, and feel excitement in the air.
Winners of 17 NBA World Championships, the most of any team, the Celtics put on a great show. With tickets for some games starting as low as $11, there's no reason not to see them in action!
Indulge your passion for basketball by going to see the Boston Celtics work their magic at TD Garden.
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TD Garden seats almost 20,000 fans for basketball games, and boasts a state-of-the-art, multi-million dollar video scoreboard and sound system.
Here is the seating map for Celtics games:
On days when the Celtics don't play at the Garden between October and April, you'll likely to find the Bruins in action on the court. Check Bruins schedule.
When the Bruins and the Celtics are out of town, TD Garden transforms into a concert stage and hosts some of the biggest concerts of the year:
If you're coming to an event at the Garden, spend the night or the weekend in a nearby hotel, such as the comfortable Wyndham (that's the Wyndham's outdoor swimming pool in the photo):
More top hotels near TD Garden:
TD Garden contains several restaurants, multiple sports bars, concession stalls, retail spaces, and other amenities add to your fun and comfort, and these are all fine choices if you want something to eat or drink.
However, the area around the Garden is home to many of the city's top sports bars - perfect for lunch, dinner, or drinks before or after a Celtics game.
In particular, The Fours, Sports Grille, and Boston Beer Works are all particularly family-friendly.