Plan Your Trip
The sixth conference of the International Association for Music and Medicine will be held at Berklee's campus in Boston. Berklee is conveniently located in Boston's Back Bay, with great restaurants, shopping, museums, Symphony Hall, and many other amenities all within a short walking distance. For help planning your trip to Berklee, please refer to the information below.
All major airlines serve the Boston metropolitan area at Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS).
By Bus or Train
Berklee's campus is located a few blocks from Back Bay Station, one of the city's largest transportation hubs. It serves the rapid transit and commuter rail lines, local and regional bus lines, and national Amtrak and Acela train lines.
Other major transportation hubs in Boston, including North Station and South Station, also offer connections to local and national modes of transport. Berklee can be reached from these locations easily by use of the MBTA rapid transit rail line system.
Known colloquially as the T, Boston’s rapid transit train and subway system serves the Greater Boston area via a series of branch lines called the Blue, Orange, Red, Silver, and Green lines. The Green Line stops closest to Berklee at Hynes Convention Center, with entrances at 100 Massachusetts Avenue and 360 Newbury Street. Each ride on the T costs $2.75, no matter the direction or length of your journey. (Note: if you purchase a CharlieCard, the price is discounted $.50 per ride.)
Visit Getting to Berklee for additional information.
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There are a variety of dining options that can be found in the immediate vicinity of the campus. Please see our list of dining options for more detailed information.