Visiting the Boston Campus
The best way to discover what makes the Berklee experience unique is to experience it for yourself. We strongly encourage you to visit the campus, take a tour, and attend the many concerts, recitals, and special events that take place at Berklee every day.
Reservations are strongly preferred, but walk-ins are accepted. Reservations can also be made by calling 1-800-BERKLEE (toll free) or 617-747-2221.
Student-Led Campus Tours
Experience Berklee College of Music through the eyes of a student on a student-led campus tour. Learn about the college's diverse offering of programs, majors, and instruments, and discover what makes the college the world's premier learning lab for the music of today.
Generally, campus tours are scheduled between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. during business days, though tours can fill up and there are some days when tours are not offered. The tour begins with an information session, and the entire experience should last less than two hours.
If you are visiting campus for an audition and interview, please be aware that campus tours will be offered on the day of your audition but will not be listed on our public registration form and calendar, as tours on audition and interview days are available only to scheduled applicants and their guests.
Saturday Open House
See student performances, learn about the admissions process, and take a campus tour all in one day. Open houses are held on Saturdays twice a year in Berklee's premier performance venue, the Berklee Performance Center.
The next Berklee College of Music open house will be held on the morning of Saturday, October 6, 2018. Online registration is now open. Reservations are required for all open houses as space is limited. Please do not make travel arrangements until your reservation is confirmed.
Boston Conservatory at Berklee will be holding a separate admissions open house focusing on Conservatory programs and majors on Saturday, November 17. Please check the Conservatory website for information regarding this event.
Learn about tours for groups of 10 or more.