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Tour around the BAC Campus

The BAC has an urban campus in the heart of Boston's Back Bay. A great location in close proximity to design firms, galleries, museums, cultural institutions, landmarks, and public transportation.


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Tour around the BAC Campus

Tour around the BAC Campus

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Main BAC Building on 320 Newbury Street. Home to classrooms, studios, Cascieri Hall, McCormick Gallery, the "Fishbowl", Student Resources, Admissions, the Loft, the Library, and more. Photo by Bonica Ayala

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951 Boylston Street building. Home to 951 Boylston Lecture Hall, "The Beehive", Studio Offices, Studios, and Facilities offices. Photo by Bonica Ayala

Boston Architectural College

The BAC Geothermal Green Alley, between Boylston Street and Newbury Street. The centerpiece of the BAC's Urban Campus Sustainability Initiative. Learn more at the-bac.edu/... Photo by Sam Rosenholtz

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BAC Studios. Found in 320 Newbury Street, 951 Boylston Street. Shared space for students to learn and work on projects. Photo by Sam Rosenholtz

Boston Architectural College

McCormick Gallery. Located on the 1st floor of 320 Newbury Street. A public gallery that exhibits a variety of design work that speaks to wider themes of sustainability, historic preservation and new technologies, and to BAC values of social responsibility, accessibility and diversity.

Boston Architectural College

Cascieri Hall. Located on the 2nd floor of 320 Newbury Street. Used for BAC lectures, presentations, and ceremonies.

Boston Architectural College

The "Fishbowl". A glassed in meeting space located on the 1st floor of 320 Newbury Street. Used for meetings and presentations.

Boston Architectural College

The Loft Bar. Located on the 2nd floor of 320 Newbury Street next to Cascieri Hall. Frequent hangout spot for students to catch-up on work.

Boston Architectural College

The Loft. Located on the 2nd floor of 320 Newbury Street. Frequent hangout spot for students.

Boston Architectural College

The BAC Learning Resource Center. Located on the 1st floor of 320 Newbury street. Resource for BAC students.

Boston Architectural College

The Main BAC Library. Located on the 6th floor of 320 Newbury Street. Resource for BAC faculty and students.

Boston Architectural College

The BAC Woodshop. Located in the basement of 320 Newbury. Resource for BAC faculty and students.

Boston Architectural College

Hynes Convention Center MBTA Station. Access to the Green Line Trollies and multiple bus lines. Less than a 5 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston

MBTA Hynes Convention Center Station

Old South Church. One of the most historically significant churches in the country. Home to BAC commencement. Less than a 10 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston Photo by Sam Rosenholtz

Old South Church

Commencement - Boston Architectural College

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Museum of Fine Arts. One of the greatest encyclopedic art museums in the world, with over 450,000 objects representing all periods and cultures. Full-time BAC students receive free admission. 20 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston

Museum of Fine Arts

Prudential Center Tower. Second tallest skyscraper in Boston. Features a viewing area at the top with 360 views of the city and a mall with popular shops and restaurants. Less than a 10 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston

Prudential Center Tower

Prudential Center Tower

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The John Hancock Tower. The tallest skyscraper in Boston designed by I. M. Pei & Partners, 1976. Less than a 10 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston

John Hancock Tower

Trinity Church. Ranked as one of America's most significant architectural landmarks, designed by Henry Hobson Richardson, 1877. Less than a 10 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston

Trinity Church

Boston Public Library. One of the oldest and largest municipal public library systems in the country. Less than a 10 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston

Boston Public Library

Fenway Park. Oldest baseball park in the country and home to the Boston Red Sox. 20 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston

Fenway Park

Fenway Park | redsox.com: ballpark

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Mapparium. A three story, stained-glass globe that illustrates how ideas have changed the world. Part of the Mary Baker Eddy Library. 10 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston

Mapparium

Mapparium | Mary Baker Eddy Library

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Christian Science Plaza. A historical landmark and open space area with a reflecting pool and fountain. 10 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston

Christian Science Plaza

Christian Science Plaza

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Commonwealth Avenue Mall. 32 acres of public greenspace that runs along the center of Commonwealth Avenue in the Back Bay. Less than a 5 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston

Commonwealth Avenue Mall

Commonwealth Avenue Mall

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The Charles River Esplanade. Public greenspace that stretches three miles along the Charles River Shoreline. 10 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston

The Esplanade

Kelleher Rose Garden in the Back Bay Fens. Part of Olmsted's Historic Emerald Necklace. 15 minute walk from the BAC. #Boston

Back Bay Fens

Emerald Necklace Conservatory - Things To Do In Boston

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