History Camp 2016 is at the Harriet Tubman House at 566 Columbus in Boston at the corner of Massachusetts and Columbus Avenues, a 5 minute walk from the Mass. Avenue T stop on the Orange Line and a 10 minute walk from a large covered parking garage at 10 Gainsborough.
Via mass transit: Take the T to the Mass Ave. stop on the Orange Line and then walk about a block.
By car: Parking in the neighborhood is tight. There is one small nearby garage.
There is also the Gainsborough Garage, a large covered parking garage that is less than a 10 minute walk from the Harriet Tubman House. In 2014, that garage filled up very early with (we assume) a special event. We'll try to scout this out in advance and warn people if the garage is likely to be full again early on Saturday morning, which is quite unusual.
Directions from the Gainsborough Garage: When leaving the garage, turn right and follow a flight of stairs that takes you to a walkway over the railroad tracks. It's roughly two long blocks. The garage is open 24 hours a day and is well-lighted and staffed. It's also expensive for those of us who don't regularly park in Boston.
Driving and then taking mass transit into Boston: One of the alternatives is to park at an outlying station (such as Alewife, where parking is $7 for the day) and take the T in. Using Alewife as an example and calculating in the roundtrip fare on the T, you would save roughly $10 over parking at the Gainsborough Garage and walking.