Visit the Rose

Visitors look at art in the galleries of the Rose Art Museum

Praying for Time: Selections from the Rose Collection, 1980-2000, 2018.

We are thrilled to welcome back the Brandeis campus community for the 2021 spring semester. During this time, the Rose Art Museum will temporarily remain closed to the general public.

We invite you to explore our permanent collection online during this time of restricted visitorship and will continue to share virtual resources and programs on our social platforms.

Brandeis students, faculty, and staff should review the museum’s visitor guidelines to plan their visit.

 

GUIDELINES & RESERVATIONS

 

Directions to Brandeis University

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Take exit 14 for I-95/Rt 128. Keep left for 95/128 North. While on the ramp, exit immediately onto exit 24 for Route 30. Bear left onto Route 30. Turn right at the first traffic light onto River Road. Follow this for 1.5 miles, where it turns into South Street. Brandeis is one-half mile ahead on the left, at 415 South Street.

Take exit 15B for Weston, Rte. 30. At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Park Road. At the traffic light, turn right onto Route 30. Turn left at the next traffic light onto River Road. Follow this for 1.5 miles, where it turns into South Street. Brandeis is one-half mile ahead on the left, at 415 South Street.

Take exit 24 for Route 30. At end of ramp, proceed through traffic light (across Route 30) onto River Road. Follow this for 1.5 miles, where it turns into South Street. Brandeis is one-half mile ahead on the left, at 415 South Street.

Take exit 24 for Route 30. Route 30 is one of several options at this exit, so follow signs carefully. Turn left at the top of the ramp onto Route 30. Turn right at the traffic lights onto River Street. Follow this for 1.5 miles, where it turns into South Street. Brandeis is one-half mile ahead on the left, at 415 South Street.

Commuter train service is available from North Station (Boston) and Porter Square (Cambridge), Fitchburg/South Acton line, to the Brandeis/Roberts Station that borders the campus.

See MBTA commuter rail schedules

On Campus

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When you enter campus through the main entrance, take a left.

You will pass the Admissions Center and the round Spingold Theater Center, both on your left.

The Rose Art Museum will be on your left, with Chris Burden's Light of Reason gracing the front lawn. See the Rose on the university's interactive map.

Visitors may park in the front loop of the museum or in the adjacent Hassenfeld parking lot. Visit the Public Safety website for more information on parking.

The Rose Art Museum is wheelchair accessible. The wheelchair accessible entrance is located to the right of the main entrance. We are happy to accommodate any special needs our guests have. Simply ask any museum employee, or contact Visitor Services Manager Robert Chester in advance of your visit.