We are located in the New Research Building (NRB) in the Longwood Medical Area.
77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, NRB Room 641
Boston, MA 02115
By Public Transportation
MBTA Trolley/Subway:Green Line — either D or E “E” Line: Heath/Arborway car Stop: Longwood/Medical Area”D” Line: Riverside carStop: Longwood
MBTA Bus: By bus, all of the following stop at or near Harvard Medical School: 38, 38A, #39, #47, #60, #65, #CT2, #CT3.
From the South and Route 3, or from the North and Routes 1, 93, or 95
Take Storrow Drive West to The Fenway, Route 1 South, overpass. Exit to your right onto Boylston Street Outbound.Turn left at the next light, onto Park Drive.Staying to your left, follow Park Drive.The first major intersection you reach will be Brookline Avenue/Boylston Street. (There will be an Exxon Station on your right.) Cross Brookline Avenue and bear left at your first opportunity following the green sign pointing to The Fenway. (You will have made a U-turn and reversed direction).Continue straight, again crossing Brookline Avenue, onto The Fenway.Immediately after passing Emmanuel College, take your first right onto Avenue Louis Pasteur.
From the West and Route 2: Take Storrow Drive East and follow the above directions.
Via the Massachusetts Turnpike
Remain on the Mass Pike until the Prudential Center/ Copley Square exit, #22. Take the Prudential Center exit (the left lane), which brings you out on Huntington Avenue, westbound.Continue on Huntington Avenue for one mile (8 lights); you will pass Northeastern University and the Museum of Fine Arts (on your right).One block past the Museum, at the traffic light, make a right onto Louis Prang Street. There will be a sign for Simmons College and a Texaco Station on the corner. Continue straight through the blinking light; the street name will change to The Fenway.You will pass the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Main College Building of Simmons College, 300 The Fenway, on your left. Immediately after passing 300 The Fenway, turn left onto Avenue Louis Pasteur.
Lodging near Harvard Medical School
The area also has several charming bed and breakfasts that offer lower rates than the major hotel chains.