Boston’s Annual Fourth of July Parade will begin at 9 a.m. on Tuesday.  An estimated 500 participants will march from City Hall and then:

  • turn left onto Cambridge Street
  • continue onto Tremont Street
  • turn left onto Bromfield Street
  • left on Washington Street
  • right onto Court Street, pausing at the Old State House, and
  • then turn left onto Congress Street and end at Faneuil Hall.

Traffic will be briefly delayed at intersections while parade participants proceed along the route.  A reading of the U.S. Constitution will take place at the Old State House during the pause and, at this time, traffic may be impacted at the intersection of Congress Street, State Street and Devonshire Street as well.  Drivers are encouraged to avoid the area.

TOW ZONE, NO STOPPING, BOSTON POLICE SPECIAL EVENT TUESDAY
  • Devonshire Street, both sides, State Street to Quaker Lane
  • State Street, both sides, Congress Street to Washington Street