Visiting the Haber Lab 
Rosenstiel Center
Rosenstiel Center at Brandeis University

Directions to our Lab For Visiting Scientists:

By Plane:

From Logan Airport, the simplest way to reach our lab is to take a taxi or shared van to Brandeis University. Fares are about $50 plus tips. We are located in the Rosenstiel Center (from the main entrance to Brandeis, turn right, go up the hill and it's the first building on the left).

Brandeis, map

Other information:

By car:

If you are driving, from I-128 (route 95) from south, take exit 24, at the top of the incline at the light turn left, then turn right (there is a very small sign that says "Brandeis University"). Do not get onto the Mass Pike, but continue straight on the main road (South Street), past the rail road tracks. Just on the other side of the hill is the main entrance to Brandeis University.

If you are driving from Boston on the Mass Pike, drive until you get to I-128 (route 95) where there is a row of toll booths. The left-most booths continue on to western Massachusetts via the Mass Pike. Instead, use the toll booths to the right and drive straight to the Weston exit. Do not take the right-most ramp (labelled "Waltham"), which goes to I-128. At the top of the incline, turn right, then turn right again at the traffic light. At the next traffic light turn left and follow the main road to Brandeis University (past the rail road tracks and just beyond the small hill).

Parking:
If you come on a weekend or at night (after 5 p.m.) you can park in the lots near the Rosenstiel Center. At other times use the visitor parking behind the Gosman Center across the street and call Security before coming to check the current parking policy. There is also a station at the main entrance where you may inquire about current parking options for visitors.

By Public Transportation:

If you are arriving by MBTA, take the commuter rail from North Station (Fitchburg/ So. Acton) to Brandeis-Roberts, walk along South Street up the hill. The main entrance is on the other side of the hill on the left. From the main entrance turn right, Rosenstiel Center is the first building on the left, up the hill.