Directions


From the West or Southwest

Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) East to Exit 18, Brighton/Cambridge. Exit left. Follow signs to Cambridge to the second set of lights. Turn right at the lights onto Soldiers Field Road/Storrow Drive. Exit Storrow Drive at the Kenmore exit. Follow Local Directions below.

From the Southeast

Take I-93/Route 3 (Southeast Expressway) North to Boston. Take the Downtown/South Station/Chinatown exit (Exit 20) and follow signs onto the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) West. Continue on the Massachusetts Turnpike to the Brighton/Cambridge exit (Exit 20). Follow signs to Cambridge/Somerville to the second set of lights. Turn right at the lights; this is Soldiers Field Road/Storrow Drive. Exit Storrow Drive at the Kenmore Square exit. Follow Local Directions below.

From the North

Take either I-93 South toward Boston to the Storrow Drive/Cambridge exit (Exit 26B) or Route 1 South over the Tobin Bridge (following signs for I-93 South) to the Storrow Drive/Cambridge exit. Follow signs onto Storrow Drive and continue to the Kenmore Square exit. Follow Local Directions below.

From the North Shore/Logan Airport

Take Route 1-A through the Sumner Tunnel. Follow signs onto the Expressway North. Take the Back Bay/Storrow Drive exit (Exit 26) and follow signs onto Storrow Drive. Continue on Storrow Drive to the Kenmore Square exit. Follow Local Directions below.

Local Directions from the Kenmore Square exit of Storrow Drive

At the first set of traffic lights, turn right onto Beacon Street. At this point, the road forks; the right fork is Bay State Road. Take the left fork into Kenmore Square; in the Square, bear right onto Commonwealth Avenue. The Boston University School of Education will be two blocks ahead on your right.

By Public Transportation

The Boston University School of Education is accessible from the Green Line “B” Train at the Blandford Street or Boston University East stop. For directions by Public Transportation, please visit the MBTA website for maps and route information. Additional directions and maps are available from the Boston University Visitor Center.