McMullen Museum of Art
The McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College organizes and presents innovative, multidisciplinary exhibitions that have received national and international recognition, attracting audiences from the Boston area and beyond. Stephen Kinzer of the New York Times has written that, the McMullen is in the vanguard of museums creating exhibitions that “reach far beyond traditional art history” providing political, historical, and cultural context for works on view. The McMullen plans to expand its exhibition space, collections, and research initiatives to enhance its tradition of playing a major role in the cultural and intellectual life of the University, as well as the international community of art scholars and enthusiasts.
2101 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02135
There is visitor parking in two lots adjacent to the Museum and two handicapped parking spaces are available in front of the Museum. There is additional one-hour parking available, as posted, on Commonwealth Avenue. Tour groups may drop off guests directly in front of the Museum before proceeding to visitor parking. Parking locations are subject to change due to weather, construction, large events or other conditions. Parking is not available on the Boston College campuses on Saturdays when there is a football game. To check the football schedule, please check the Boston College athletics site. Further information for vistor parking policies and rates are available online by visiting the Boston College Department of Parking and Transportation. The McMullen Museum is wheelchair-accessible and exhibition floors are connected by an elevator. The Museum has four wheelchairs that visitors are welcome to use.