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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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    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

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    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

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    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.

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

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

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    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.

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

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

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

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

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    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

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    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

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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

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    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

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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

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    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

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    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

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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

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