The MIT D-Lab 20th Anniversary events on October 21, 2022, will take place at the MIT D-Lab in the morning and at the MIT Media Lab in the afternoon.
265 Massachusetts Avenue, 3rd floor
MIT Building N51
Cambridge, MA 02139
Public bus lines: 1, CT1, CT2, 64, 70, 70A, and others
Red Line subway: Central Square (.4 mile), Kendall/MIT (.6 mile)
Blue Bikes Bike Share
Blue Bikes is Metro Boston's public bike share program, with over 1,800 bikes and more than 200 stations across Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, and Somerville.
Closest station: University Park (M32040)
Street parking: Metered parking along all adjacent streets. Use US quarters (25 cents) or Passport Parking app.
Parking garage: 55 Franklin Street Garage between Sydney and Landsdowne Street
There is a ramp entrance from the parking lot, to the right of the building. The ramp leads to a hallway and elevator. D-Lab is on the third floor. When leaving the elevator on the third floor, you more or less U-turn left to enter D-Lab through doors and down a ramp. The restrooms are single sex, multistall, one accessible stall each. There are accessible one-at-a-time restrooms on the elevator hall.
MIT Media Lab
75 Amherst Street
MIT Building E14
Cambridge, MA 02139
The Media Lab is located on the Red Line at the "Kendall/MIT" stop of the subway. You can transfer to the Red Line without additional fees from any other subway line at the appropriate station. Please check the subway map at your boarding point for more detailed information.
At the Kendall/MIT stop, you will surface on Main Street in Kendall Square. Landmarks include the Marriott Hotel and the MIT Coop. Facing Main Street, with the Marriott Hotel and the MIT Coop to your back, proceed right (west) to the first traffic light. This is the intersection of Main Street and Ames Street, with Legal Seafoods on the corner. Turn left onto Ames Street. The Media Lab complex is about halfway down the block, the second and third buildings on the left at 20 Ames Street and 75 Amherst Street.
On-street parking is difficult to find and nearby parking garages, if they are not already full for the day, are expensive.
MIT maintains a list of paid parking options near campus.