Directions to Danforth Art

123 Union Avenue, Framingham, MA 01702 - 508.620.0050

›› Public Transportation
›› From Boston and Points East
›› From Worcester and Points West
›› Parking and Accessibility

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Via Public Transportation

The Framingham Commuter Rail Station on the Worcester/Framingham Line is less than a mile away from Danforth Art. This train departs from South Station. For schedules and fares, visit the MBTA web site.

The MetroWest Regional Transit Authority (MWRTA) stops near the Museum. Visit the MWRTA web site (www.mwrta.com) or call 508-935-2222 for more information. Click for MWRTA routes and schedules.

From Boston and Points East

Take the Mass Pike West to Exit 13, Framingham and Natick. After toll booth, bear right onto Route 30 West. Continue on Route 30 about 1 mile and make a left turn onto Route 126 (Concord Street). Continue about 1 mile and at Dunkin’ Donuts take a right onto Lincoln Street. Take your first left onto Pearl Street. Continue up the block. Danforth Art will be on your right. Enter the parking lot before the stop sign at Union Avenue.

From Worcester and Points West

Take the Mass Pike east to exit 12 and make a right turn after the toll booth onto Route 9 east. You'll come to a set of lights at Temple Street, with a strip mall and Friendly’s on the right; continue straight through on Route 9 another mile to the Framingham/Edgell Road exit. At end of the off ramp, turn right at the light onto Main Street. This road becomes Union Avenue after you pass the Minuteman statue on your left in the small square. Proceed on Union Avenue about one mile. Make a left turn onto Lexington Street and an immediate right into the museum parking lot.

Parking and Accessibility

Danforth Art offers FREE parking and is handicapped accessible.

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123 Union Avenue
Framingham, MA 01702
T: 508 620 0050
F: 508 820 0258

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