Travel Directions

BY CAR

From Logan Airport
Follow signs for I-90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike/Ted Williams Tunnel). Take I-90 West to exit 20 for Allston and Cambridge. Bear right toward Cambridge. Continue through the first set of lights and get in the left lane. Turn left onto Soldiers Field Road just past the second set of lights and before the bridge. Turn left onto Western Avenue at the first stoplight. Enter the campus through the Batten Way entrance on the right.

From north and south of Boston
Take I-93 North or South to exit 20 for I-90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike). Take I-90 West to exit 20 for Brighton and Cambridge. Bear right toward Cambridge. Continue through the first set of lights and get in the left lane. Turn left onto Soldiers Field Road just past the second set of lights and before the bridge. Turn left onto Western Avenue at the first stoplight. Enter the campus through the Batten Way entrance on the right.

From I‐90 (Massachusetts Turnpike) Brighton/Cambridge Exit
Take the Brighton and Cambridge exit. Bear right toward Cambridge. Continue through the first set of lights and get in the left lane. Turn left onto Soldiers Field Road just past the second set of lights and before the bridge. Turn left onto Western Avenue at the first stoplight. Enter the campus through the Batten Way entrance on the right.

Parking is available at the Visitor and Permit Parking Lot located behind Spangler Hall. Cost is $6 for the full day.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

By Bus 
Take #66 bus that runs down JFK Street and North Harvard Street. Exit the bus at the first stop after the bridge. HBS is on the left.

By Train 
Take the MBTA Red Line (Alewife train) to Harvard Square. Walk south down John F. Kennedy Street, crossing over the Charles River on the Anderson Bridge. Harvard Business School is on the left after the bridge.

By Train from Logan Airport 
Take the Silver Line bus from any terminal to South Station. At South Station, change to the Red Line (Alewife train) to Harvard Square. Walk south down John F. Kennedy Street, crossing over the Charles River on the Anderson Bridge. Harvard Business School is on the left after the bridge.