About Our Gallery

Established in 1897, the Society of Arts and Crafts provides economic opportunities to artists in various ways, including our Retail and Exhibitions Galleries. Visit us to walk through exciting installations of contemporary craft, and find objects for your home and life. In our galleries, you’ll discover an Artist in Residency studio where you can engage with our visiting artist, learn about various materials and techniques, support craftspeople through your purchases, and experience exciting events.

December Hours of Operation

Monday, December 4 / OPEN / 10:00a - 6:00p
Monday, December 11 / OPEN / 10:00a - 6:00p
Sunday, December 24 / OPEN / 10:00a - 3:00p

Thursday, December 14 / CLOSED
Monday, December 18 / CLOSED
Monday, December 25 / CLOSED
Tuesday, December 26 / CLOSED
Sunday, December 31 / CLOSED
Monday, January 1 / CLOSED


Current Exhibitions

From Minimal to Bling
Fantasy Architectures: Sculptural Boxes by Jay Rogers

Attractions + Restaurants

Directions

Red Line Directions:
Arrive at South Station on the red line and then either walk through the beautiful Fort Point and Seaport neighborhoods or walk less by taking the Silver Line to Courthouse Station.

From Courthouse Station: Walk along Seaport Blvd, heading away from downtown and the financial district. Look for District Hall to the left before coming up on 100 Pier 4 Blvd. Our entrance is located to the right of the Ocean Prime Restaurant.

Parking

Parking can be scarce in the Seaport District. Some of our guests have had great luck with the ParkMe app by reserving a parking spot ahead of time. There are two parking lots adjacent to 100 Pier 4 with varying operation hours and rates. These lots will no longer be of service when the developments begin to build. Below is a list of nearby parking garages:

Save up to 50% off a parking space with Spot Hero!
Click here to learn more and reserve a spot in the Seaport District.

Park Me
Park Lane Garage
Seaport District Parking

Attractions + Restaurants

Institute of Contemporary Art
The ICA is free and open until 9pm on Thursday, just like us!
Boston Tea Party Museum
A tourist must, located just a 10 minute walk away
Boston Harbor Walk
This view of the Boston Harbor that can't be beat
Boston Children's Museum
Boston Children’s Museum is the second oldest, and one of the most influential children’s museums in the world.
Lawn on D
This is a place to see and be seen; sort of like a playground for adults
Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
Catch a concert after a great day in the Seaport

Ocean Prime
We're neighbors so we might be biased, but we love Ocean Prime.
District Hall (Gather / Brew)
A coffee shop, innovative workspace, and restaurant combined, this is a great place to meet and grab a bite in the Seaport.
sweetgreen (Fort Point)
counter-serve chain specializing in organic salads, soup & bowls.
Temazcal Tequila Cantina
Our favorite place get after-work margaritas.
Harpoon Brewery
Drink handcrafted beer and try their extra large soft pretzels
No Name Restaurant
No-frills seafood mainstay since 1917

Kids + Dogs

Dogs and children are welcome at the Society!
Some areas of our galleries have fragile or sensitive objects, so some caution is required. However, most of our gallery space is a place for hands-on exploration!

Accessibility

The Soceity is fully wheelchair and stroller accessible.

Contact:
If you have any additional questions, please call us at 617.266.1810.


Book the Space

The Society is available for your private meeting or event. Many factors guide the types and size of events we are able to host. Please answer some preliminary questions and our Executive Director Fabio Fernández will contact you.

Space Rental Inquiry