Map and Directions

Visiting Emmanuel College? Find driving and public transportation directions, as well as links to the MBTA website and a list of accommodation options below.

Address

Emmanuel College
400 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115

Emmanuel's campus is between Brookline Ave. and Avenue Louis Pasteur, and is easily accessible by car, bus or subway.
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Directions to Emmanuel College

From Logan Airport, 1 Harborside Drive, Boston, MA 02128

  1. From the airport, head southeast, following signs for I-93/Sumner Tunnel.
  2. At the end of the tunnel, keep right, following signs for Massachusetts 3N/Storrow Drive.
  3. Follow Storrow Drive west and proceed though tunnel, staying in the middle or right lanes.
  4. Get in the left lane after the Copley Square exit. Follow signs for the Fenway 1S exit on the left.
  5. At fork in exit, bear left and follow Fenway 1S. Get in right lane on exit ramp; bear right toward Boylston Street, Outbound, Riverway 1.
  6. After the Boylston Street split, get in the left lane and bear left at the first traffic light onto Park Drive.
  7. Follow Park Drive, staying in left lane, until Gulf Station.
  8. Proceed through the lights, crossing over Brookline Ave. Bear sharp left, through two lights, looping back towards Brookline Ave.
  9. Proceed through intersection at Brookline Avenue and turn right into Emmanuel College.

From Route 93 and Other Points North

  1. Take Route 93 south (or Route 95 south to exit 37, Route 93 south). Continue on 93 southbound.
  2. Take exit 26 (Storrow Drive and North Station) and stay left, following signs for Storrow Drive west.
  3. Proceed through the tunnel, staying in the middle or right lane.
  4. Get in the left lane after the Copley Square exit. Follow signs for the Fenway 1S exit on the left.
  5. At fork in exit, bear left and follow Fenway 1S. Get in right lane on exit ramp; bear right toward Boylston Street, Outbound, Riverway 1.
  6. After the Boylston Street split, get in the left lane and bear left at the first traffic light onto Park Drive.
  7. Follow Park Drive, staying in left lane, until Gulf Station.
  8. Proceed through the lights, crossing over Brookline Ave. Bear sharp left, through two lights, looping back towards Brookline Ave.
  9. Proceed through intersection at Brookline Avenue and turn right into Emmanuel College.

From the West/Massachusetts Turnpike

  1. Head east on Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90).
  2. Take Route 128 (I-95) south for approximately one mile.
  3. Take Route 9 east for six miles.
  4. Take a left onto Brookline Avenue (Brook House Condominiums will be on right and a gas station will be in front of you).
  5. Take a left onto the Riverway/Jamaica Way. Stay in the second lane from the right.
  6. Proceed through the intersection at Brookline Avenue and turn right into Emmanuel College.

OR

  1. Head east on the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90).
  2. Take exit 18, Allston, Cambridge (left exit). Stay in right lane after toll.
  3. Bear right toward Double Tree Guest Suites, getting in far right lane.
  4. At traffic light, take right toward Downtown Boston, Storrow Drive. Follow Storrow Drive to Fenway 1S exit.
  5. Stay in right lane on exit ramp; bear right toward Boylston Street, Outbound, Riverway 1.
  6. After the Boylston Street split, get in the left lane and bear left at the first traffic light onto Park Drive.
  7. Follow Park Drive, staying in left lane, until Gulf Station.
  8. Proceed through the lights, crossing over Brookline Ave. Bear sharp left, through two lights, looping back towards Brookline Ave.
  9. Proceed through intersection at Brookline Avenue and turn right into Emmanuel College.

From Harvard Square, Cambridge, Route 2, Memorial Drive

  1. Follow Route 2 east /Memorial Drive until you pass the shopping mall with Microcenter and Trader Joe's on your left.
  2. Immediately afterward, take the 2 East, Brookline/Kenmore Square exit.
  3. The exit will bring you into a rotary. Bearing right, take your first exit off the rotary, proceeding through the traffic light and over the Boston University Bridge.
  4. At the Commonwealth Avenue traffic light, cross the trolley tracks and bear left onto 2-20 East, Kenmore Square.
  5. Follow signs for Route 2 East and go through two sets of lights.
  6. Bear right onto Mountfort Street, which becomes Park Drive.
  7. Get in the left lane and follow Park Drive (1 North/Storrow Drive) as it becomes The Fenway.
  8. Proceed through lights at intersection with Brookline Avenue and turn right into Emmanuel College.

From Cape Cod and Other Points South

  1. Take Route 24 north, Route 3 north, or Route 95 north to Route 93 North.
  2. Take exit 26/Storrow Drive west and proceed through tunnel, staying in the middle or right lane.
  3. Get in the left lane after the Copley Square exit. Follow signs for the Fenway 1S exit on the left.
  4. At fork in exit, bear left and follow Fenway 1S. Get in right lane on exit ramp; bear right toward Boylston Street, Outbound, Riverway 1.
  5. After the Boylston Street split, get in the left lane and bear left at the first traffic light onto Park Drive.
  6. Follow Park Drive, staying in left lane, until Gulf Station.
  7. Proceed through the lights, crossing over Brookline Ave. Bear sharp left, through two lights, looping back towards Brookline Ave.
  8. Proceed through intersection at Brookline Avenue and turn right into Emmanuel College.

Via MBTA Subway

Option 1: Take the MBTA's Green Line "Riverside" Branch/D Train to "Fenway" stop. The campus is a short walk across Park Drive. 

Option 2: Take the MBTA's Green Line "Heath Street" Branch/E Train to "Museum of Fine Arts" stop. The campus is a short walk up The Fenway, just beyond the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and Simmons College.

Via MBTA Bus

Take any of the following bus routes and get off at the corner of Brookline Street and The Fenway. The campus is half a block up on The Fenway.

  • Route 8: Harbor Point/UMass - Kenmore Station via B.U. Medical Center and Dudley Station.
  • Route 47: Central Sq., Cambridge - Broadway Station via B.U. Medical Center, Dudley Station and Longwood Medical Area
  • Route 60: Chestnut Hill - Kenmore Station via Brookline Village and Cypress St.
  • Route 65: Brighton Center - Kenmore Sta. via Washington St., Brookline Village and Brookline Ave.

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