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Maps

The above map shows the local surroundings of the Northwest Science Building. For larger-area maps, see this map of the Science and Engineering Area, and other maps of Harvard’s Cambridge-Allston campus.

Click here for customizable driving directions from Yahoo. Note that parking is very limited on Oxford Street (See Parking below.)

Public Transportation

The nearest subway stop is the Harvard station on the Red Line (marked with a “T” on this map. Take the Church Street exit and walk NNE through Harvard Yard to the Science Center. Then proceed away from the Science Center on Oxford St. The Northwest Building is just beyond the Harvard Museum of Natuural History, on the right hand side of the street.

The subway fare is $2 (Charlie ticket required). From Logan Airport, take the Silver Line bus from your terminal to South Station (your subway ticket will cover this part of the journey as well), and then the Red Line (Inbound, towards Alewife) six stops to Harvard. For journeys from other starting points, see the MBTA subway map.

Taxis from Logan Airport take 30 minutes (less outside rush hour) and cost $35-40.

Driving

From South of Boston:

Take I-93 North to exit 26 (Cambridge / Storrow Drive).
Keep left at end of ramp and take underpass to Storrow Drive.
Continue on Storrow Drive approximately 4 miles to Cambridge / Allston.
Turn right at end of ramp onto John F. Kennedy Street.
Harvard Square is approximately 0.5 mile straight ahead.
Drive through the Square past the Harvard Gate.
Where John F. Kennedy Street splits into Massachusetts Ave. and Peabody Street, bear right and proceed under the overpass.
At the first light, take a left onto Quincy Street.
At the next light, take a left on Kirkland, and Kirkland turns into Oxford at right turn.
The Northwest Lab is located at 52 Oxford Street, just past the Harvard Museum of Natural History.

From North of Boston:

Take I-93 South to exit 26 (Cambridge / Storrow Drive).
Keep left at end of ramp and take underpass to Storrow Drive.
Continue on Storrow Drive approximately 4 miles to Cambridge / Allston.
Turn right at end of ramp onto John F. Kennedy Street.
Harvard Square is approximately 0.5 mile straight ahead.
Drive through the Square past the Harvard Gate.
Where John F. Kennedy Street splits into Massachusetts Ave. and Peabody Street, bear right and proceed under the overpass.
At the first light, take a left onto Quincy Street.
At the next light, take a left on Kirkland, and Kirkland turns into Oxford at right turn.
The Northwest Lab is located at 52 Oxford Street, just past the Harvard Museum of Natural History.

From West of Boston:

Take I-90 East (Mass Turnpike) to exit 18 (Cambridge / Allston).
Bear right after toll booth at end of exit ramp.
Turn left after lights (before the bridge) onto Storrow Drive.
Take Cambridge / Allston exit (0.5 miles ahead) and
turn right at end of ramp onto John F. Kennedy Street.
Harvard Square is approximately 0.5 mile straight ahead.
Drive through the Square past the Harvard Gate.
Where John F. Kennedy Street splits into Massachusetts Ave. and Peabody Street, bear right and proceed under the overpass.
At the first light, take a left onto Quincy Street.
At the next light, take a left on Kirkland, and Kirkland turns into Oxford at right turn.
The Northwest Lab is located at 52 Oxford Street, just past the Harvard Museum of Natural History.

Parking

On-street parking places are difficult to find. One-day visitor parking permits can be purchased online from Harvard University Parking Services. The closest garages to the Bauer Laboratory are those at 52 Oxford (52OX), Broadway (BWYG), and at Everett Street (EVRT.)

See http://www.uos.harvard.edu/transportation/parking/parking_maps.shtml for a map and for directions.














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