The Physics and Astronomy department's main home is the Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex (CLIC), located at 574 Boston Avenue in Medford, Massachusetts.

From Davis Square Station (MBTA Red Line):
The department is 15-minute walk from Davis Square via College Ave. and Warner St.

Tufts also operates a free shuttle from Davis Square to campus, leaving every 20-30 minutes. View daily schedules or track its location on the Public Safety website.

By car:
Parking: Street parking is available on Boston Ave. near 574 Boston Ave. Visitors may park for up to 2 hours in designated spaces in the parking lot adjacent to our building. For longer visits, use the Parking Garage at Dowling Hall, 419 Boston Ave.

By bicycle:
Covered bicycle parking is available at both ends of our building.

About the neighborhood:
Tufts is located near the Davis Square "T" stop on the Red Line, which connects us to Harvard (2 stops away), MIT (2 more stops), and downtown Boston. Davis Square is one of the most vibrant spots in Cambridge/Somerville, featuring such neighborhood favorites as the Diesel Cafe, movies and concerts at the Somerville Theater, ice cream at JP Licks, and pizza and candlepin bowling at Flatbread/Sacco's Bowl Haven. A bike path runs through Davis that connects to the popular Minuteman Bikeway.