Visit the Rose

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

Installation view, Praying for Time: Selections from the Rose Collection, 1980–2000, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, March 2–July 8, 2018. Photo by Mike Lovett.

The Rose is committed to maintaining a respectful, safe, and inclusive museum experience for all our visitors. To ensure your safety and the safety of others, please review our visitor guidelines. 

Effective January 5, 2022, the Rose will require proof of vaccination for all visitors over the age of 12. Visitors over the age of 18 will be asked to provide photo identification, along with proof of vaccination.

Is this your first time visiting the Rose? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page and/or our Accessibility page to know before you go. 

Reservations are required for all time-ticketed entries.

 

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Directions to the Rose

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Take exit 123 for I-95/Rt 128. Keep left for 95/128 North. While on the ramp, exit immediately onto exit 39A for Route 30. Bear left onto Route 30. Turn right at the first traffic light onto River Road. Follow this for two miles (during which River Road becomes South Street). Brandeis is on the left at 415 South Street.

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. Continue past the Spingold Theater Center; 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 for more information.

Take exit 123B 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 two miles (during which River Road becomes South Street). Brandeis is on the left at 415 South Street.

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. Continue past the Spingold Theater Center; 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 for more information.

Take exit 39A for Route 30. Proceed through the traffic light (across Route 30) onto River Road at the end of the ramp. Follow this for two miles (during which River Road becomes South Street). Brandeis is on the left at 415 South Street.

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. Continue past the Spingold Theater Center; 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 for more information.

Take exit 39A 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 Road. Follow this for two miles (during which River Road becomes South Street). Brandeis is on the left at 415 South Street.

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. Continue past the Spingold Theater Center; 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 for more information.

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

The Rose is accessible via the South St @Brandeis University Stop on the MBTA 553 bus line. 

See the MBTA bus schedule.

 

 

Parking at the Rose

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Aerial map of the Rose Art Museum and it's parking

The Rose Art Museum offers free parking to all its visitors.

Visitors can find parking in the Rose circle at the front of the museum. If the Rose circle is full, visitors must obtain a parking pass from the museum's front desk. Visitors can then park in the Theatre Parking Lot behind the Spingold Theater Center.

 Please visit Brandeis Public Safety for more parking information or consult the university's interactive map.