Visiting Brandeis

Brandeis Tickets
To buy tickets for events at the Spingold Theater Center, Slosberg Music Center or Shapiro Campus Center Theater, visit Brandeis Tickets online, call 781-736-3400, or stop by the Brandeis Tickets office in the Shapiro Campus Center, Monday-Friday, noon-6 p.m. or Saturday, noon-4 p.m.

Tickets are available for pickup or purchase in the lobbies of Spingold, Slosberg and Shapiro one hour before curtain. Reservations are recommended. Any person requiring wheelchair or other accommodations should call Brandeis Tickets at 781-736-3400.

Parking
Brandeis arts venues are located on Lower Campus within easy walking distance of each other. Free parking is available directly behind the Spingold Theater in the Theater Parking Lot (T Lot). There are accessible parking spaces in front of Spingold, Slosberg and the Rose. Brandeis has 10 EV charging stations on campus across four parking lots: Admissions, Athletics, Theater and Tower lots. The fee for charging is $0.20 per kwh.

MBTA Commuter Rail
The Fitchburg Line stops at the Brandeis/Roberts station, a five-minute walk from the center of campus. Children age 11 and under ride free.

MBTA Bus
The Route 70 bus stops at Cedarwood Ave., a 10-minute walk from the Shapiro Campus Center.

Bicycle
Bike to Brandeis on the Charles River Greenway, which originates in Waltham and runs through Newton and Watertown to Boston. Use the free Mapmyride app to find safe, scenic bike routes to campus. Lock your bikes up at the rack outside the Shapiro Campus Center.

Campus shuttle
Take the free shuttle bus from Brandeis to Harvard Square, and Commonwealth Avenue in Boston. Complete schedule online.

Carpool/Ride share
Brandeis community members can join Bay State Commute to find rides and carpool partners.

On foot
Having brunch or dinner on Moody Street? Enjoy a 30-minute walk along the Charles River to campus.

Getting to Brandeis

Click here for an interactive campus map, driving directions and information about public transportation