I love it when a plan comes together.

How you want to get here.

Parking options TWH recommends. (We do not control any parking in Hartford.)

Street Parking
Street parking is free after 6pm. Check to be sure you are NOT in a tow zone. The City is ticketing in those locations.

The Pearl Street Lot
LAZ Parking – Located directly behind the theater building this lot is the most convenient location to park. This is an EVENT LOT, which means the posted prices often change when there is an event in downtown.
PAY AT THE KIOSK located in the lot on the back of our building. You’ll need your car’s license plate #.
If paying in cash you must use exact change. The kiosk does not give change.

PREPAY ONLINE HERE
You are able to pay online from the comfort of your car. Choose the date, enter your information, and purchase with a major credit card. This option has a nominal service fee.

NO MORE CITYPLACE GARAGE
While TWH has been able to validate parking for this garage in the past, ownership has changed and we can no longer offer validation there.
 
SURFACE LOTS
There are a ton of lots around TWH. Best advice… PAY TO STAY. While you might not see an attendant know that tow trucks often check private lots and tow cars away.

Where you want to eat.

Our neighbors – we’re in it together!

Pina (check out their prix fixe dinner)
Trumbull Kitchen (10% discount)
Max Downtown
Salute (10% discount)
Black Eyed Sally’s
Fornelli’s (15% w/ reservation, 10% walk-up)

How you want to get here.

CTtransit Hartford operates over 30 local and 13 express bus routes. Many local routes operate 7 days a week, serving 26 towns in the Capital Region. Express service primarily operate weekdays only, with service 7 days a week on the 913 and 928 express routes. CTtransit Hartford makes connections with CTfastrak, Middletown Area Transit, and CTtransit New Britain.

Your commute just got EASIER. The Hartford Line is a fast, frequent, and reliable passenger rail service that connects communities along the I-91 corridor. With 17 trains a day between New Haven and Hartford, and 12 of those trains continuing to Springfield, the Hartford Line quickly and easily connects you to New Haven Line service to New York City, Amtrak Northeast Corridor rail services, and Shore Line East service, as well as CTfastrak bus rapid transit service in the Hartford/New Britain area.