Boston College's McMullen Museum of Art is free and open to the public. The Museum's hours are Monday-Friday 11–4 and Saturday-Sunday 12-5. The Museum will be closed: April 3 (Good Friday), 5 (Easter Sunday), 20 (Patriots' Day), and May 25 (Memorial Day), 2015.
Location: The Museum is located on the first floor of Devlin Hall, one of the many neo-Gothic buildings on the middle campus. Its street address is 140 Commonwealth Avenue. The Museum is handicapped accessible.
Group tours: Free docent-led tours Sundays at 2 pm starting on February 22, 2015. If you would like to arrange a special tour for your group, please see Educational Resources.
Football: On days when there is a home Boston College football game there is no parking on campus and very little parking near campus and it is best to visit using public transportation.
Directions & Parking
By subway: Take the B branch
of the MBTA Green Line to the Boston College terminus. Cross to
the other side of Commonwealth Avenue and turn right. Walk up
the hill (west) on Commonwealth Avenue to the main gate.
By car: The Museum is located on Boston College's Chestnut Hill campus on Commonwealth Avenue. A limited number of museum parking passes are available at the BC campus's main entrance at 140 Commonwealth Avenue. Visitors requiring handicapped parking should also come to the main entrance to be directed to spaces close to the McMullen. One-hour parking is permitted, as posted, on Commonwealth Avenue; parking is also available in the Beacon Street Garage and the Commonwealth Avenue Garage. Click here for further information regarding Boston College visitor parking policies and costs.