Ready to schedule a visit? Coming to Friedman for an event? We collected some information that will help you plan your visit no matter how you want to get here. Want to schedule a visit to the school to talk with our admissions department? Send us an email
The Jaharis building is wheelchair accessible and has easy-to-access elevators just inside the large lobby entrance. If you need assistance in planning your visit, please don't hesitate to call or email us with your specific request and we will contact you with more information.
Boston Logan International Airport has a great section of information about how to get to and from the airport via public transportation, taxis, and shuttles. Please visit their site to learn more.
The Friedman School is located in Boston's Chinatown neighborhood off of the 93 expressway, check Google maps for the best way to get here from your location. Driving and parking in Boston can be a challenge, so please be mindful of where you park to avoid tickets or towing.
Our school is conveniently located next to many public transportation options. The Tufts Medical Center stop on the Orange line is the closest stop, but we are easily accessible via the Red and Green lines too.
- Explore the MBTA site for more options inclduing buses and commuter rails
- Using a smartphone? Here's a list of transportation apps you could use
Boston is fast becoming a biker's city, but you still need to make being safe a priority. So if you wear a helmet, get a strong lock, and follow traffic signals, then you should have a great time getting around the city. Read even more tips on biking in the city from Boston Bikes.
Don't have your own bike? Boston has a great bike-sharing service called Hubway. There are several locations near the school.