Contact & Visit
North Bennet Street School
150 North Street, Boston, MA 02109 | Map
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View our NBSS 2022 Media Kit, and please contact Kevin Derrick, Director of Marketing & Communications, at email@example.com or 617-227-0155 x180.
Interested in working with the best? Post to our Jobs & Commissions Board to hire directly from our talented community.
Please contact Rob O’Dwyer, Director of Admissions & Enrollment, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-227-0155 x111.
Our in-person CE classes have relaunched, and we’ll be offering online classes in summer 2022. For any questions, please contact email@example.com.
See our Giving page for information on how to support our talented students, or how to make an in-kind donation of tools, materials, pianos, or other items.
We’re located in the historic North End of Boston, an accessible and livable city that provides a wonderful backdrop for the training that occurs in the classroom. Known as the Hub, Boston is a center for learning and culture and conveniently located in the heart of New England.
Health & Safety Update
The School is open for in-person, career training instruction and Continuing Education classes, and our Store and exhibitions are open to the public. Masks are optional for vaccinated individuals while at NBSS, or at School-sponsored events. We ask that unvaccinated individuals wear a mask at all times.
For regular updates, FAQs, and resources, please visit our Health & Safety page.
At the School’s core are nine professional career training programs, each of which offer intensive, hands-on training. Take a virtual tour here for an inside look at each program.
Getting To the School
Boston has an extensive public transportation system of commuter trains, subways, trolleys and buses that makes it possible to get around the city without a car.
Our physical address is 150 North Street, Boston, MA 02109.
Everyone is welcome to stop by the School and visit our showroom. Our program spaces are not open to the public, however. If you’re considering applying to one of the full-time programs, we encourage you to join us for an Info Session.
Public transit: We are conveniently located near multiple service routes and the neighborhood is very walkable. The closest MBTA stop is Haymarket on the Orange and Green Lines, and the Aquarium stop on the Blue line is slightly father away. There are also a number of options for bus service.
Biking: If you plan to visit by bicycle, we have a rack located across from our building where you can lock your bike. Our facility is also near several Bluebike bike share stations.
Driving: The School does not have a dedicated lot, and on-street parking in the North End is difficult to find. If you plan to drive, your best option is to park in the Haymarket Center parking garage (also known as the Parcel 7 Garage) and walk to the School.
We validate Haymarket Center Garage tickets at our front desk as follows:
- $1 for up to 2 hours of parking
- $3 for up to 3 hours of parking
- Longer than 3 hours – about $10 an hour with no validation discount, capping at $33 for 5-24 hours.
View a map of the parking garage at 98 Haymarket Square with walking directions to 150 North Street.
Our list of local, short-term accommodations may be helpful if your visit includes an overnight stay. We encourage you to look for special deals online, as many downtown Boston hotels offer deals through online travel sites.
Interested in one of our Full-Time programs but unsure whether it’s the right fit? The best way to learn more about the School’s exceptional programs, talented faculty, and inspiring community is to see it for yourself firsthand.
Join us for one of our online Information Sessions, where you’ll get insight into our programs, the admissions process, and financial aid. You can always contact us to set up a meeting or a remote conversation so you can get all the information you need.
We’re located in the historic North End, one of Boston’s most culturally diverse areas. Residents and visitors can enjoy a variety of food, shopping, and culture, all within one walkable neighborhood.