Historic Surroundings

Some Nearby Institutions of Cultural Interest: The Freedom TrailBoston AthenaeumMuseum of Afro-American HistoryPaul Revere HouseChildren's MuseumThe Museum of Fine ArtsState HouseFaneuil HallFenway ParkBoston CommonNew England AquariumQuincy MarketSociety for the Preservation of New England AntiquitiesOld South Meeting HouseNichols House MuseumNew England Conservatory of MusicSymphony HallBoston TheaterHarvard University Art MuseumsIsabella Stewart Gardner MuseumGibson House Museum

Some Nearby Restaurants (Open on Weekends): RadiusToscano RestaurantNo. 9 Park Artisan BistroMooo Union Oyster HouseThe Paramount

Nearby Shopping: Newbury StreetBeacon Hill/Charles Street • Macy's Department Store • Brattle Bookshop

Nearby Transportation & Parking: The Park Street T StationLogan International Airport (1.8 miles) • Boston Common GarageOld Town Trolley

Members' Portal

Enter the area reserved for club members.


Each of the club's twelve private dining rooms provides a perfect setting for social or business gatherings.

A Meeting Place

Much of the Union Club's social life is centered around the members' rooms.

Menus, Club at a Glance
Food and beverage arrangements may be tailored to any scale and cost best suited to you. Club At A Glance - a quick club overview..


The club's bedrooms are a restful "home away from home" for members and their guests after the theater, a concert or for a weekend getaway.

Reciprocal Clubs
The club enjoys reciprocal relationships with similar clubs all over the United States, and overseas. 

Club History

The club was founded in early 1863 to bolster support for the union cause during the Civil War.


The club overlooks the Boston Common. It is convenient to parking and public transportation.

Contacts & Club Policies

Members and guests are invited to contact the club.


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The Union Club of Boston
Eight Park Street
Boston, MA 02108-4803
(617) 227-0589