Directions to the Observatory

 

The Clay Center Observatory is located on the campus of the Dexter Southfield, 20 Newton Street, Brookline, MA 02445.


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From Boston
Follow the Jamaica Way past Jamaica Pond and turn right onto Pond Street at the set of lights. Follow Pond Street for 1 mile. The schools’ distinctive tan stucco buildings and red roofs will be on the left. Turn left onto St. Paul’s Avenue, and then take the second right onto campus.

From the West
Follow Route 9 east into Brookline. At the Brookline Reservoir turn right onto Lee Street and follow it to a set of traffic lights. Turn left onto Newton Street, and then immediately bear right when the road forks. The schools’ distinctive tan stucco buildings with red roofs will be on the right. Turn right onto St. Paul’s Avenue, and then take the second right onto campus.

From the Southeast
Follow the Arborway or Center Street rotary at the intersection of the Jamaica Way. At the rotary head north toward Jamaica Pond for one block, get in the left lane and loop around as if heading south, and take the second left onto Pond Street. Follow Pond Street for 1 mile. The schools’ distinctive tan stucco buildings and red roofs will be on the left. Turn left onto St. Paul’s Avenue, and then take the second right onto the campus.

From the South
From Interstate 95 take the Route 1 north (Providence Highway) exit at Dedham. Route 1 becomes the VFW Parkway. Follow to the intersection of Independence Drive. Turn left onto Independence Drive and proceed to a rotary. Take the second exit off the rotary onto Grove Street. Proceed straight through two sets of traffic lights and bear right when the road forks. The schools’ distinctive tan stucco buildings and red roofs are immediately on the right. Turn right onto St. Paul’s Avenue, and then take the second right onto campus.

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