Logan Airport is located in Boston and is used by all major carriers. The Harvard Business School campus can be reached by taxi from the airport. It is a 25-35 minute ride. There is also a shuttle bus from the airport, which connects to public transportation, although this requires multiple transfers and 1 hour of travel time. Harvard Square is the closest subway station to campus and is located on the RED LINE of the MBTA (Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority).


Amtrak trains arrive and depart from South Station in downtown Boston. The campus is accessible from here either by public transportation (Red Line) or by taxi.

Public Transportation

Coming by MBTA, take the Red Line to Harvard Square. Walk south on John F. Kennedy Street, (John F. Kennedy Street runs from the center of Harvard Square) crossing over the Charles River on the Anderson Bridge. The Harvard Business School is on the left, after the bridge. Take the first street leading into the campus. This is approximately a 10-minute walk.


From downtown Boston, follow Storrow Drive west, which becomes Soldiers Field Road near the Business School. Take the exit marked Harvard Square. At the top of the ramp, turn left onto North Harvard Street and enter Harvard Business School on Gordon Road, the third street on your left (the first two streets on the left are for foot traffic and emergency vehicles only). Parking is available in the lot at the end of this road.

From the west via the Massachusetts Turnpike, take exit #18 for Allston and Cambridge. After the tollbooth, bear right towards Cambridge, to a large intersection. Just past the second light, and before the bridge, turn left onto Soldiers Field Road. At the first stoplight, turn left onto Western Avenue, and enter the School through the South Entrance, on your right.


There is visitor parking available in the campus parking lot located off Gordon Road. Stop at the guard booth and inform the guard that you are visiting HBS campus.