Venues & Directions
Bunting-Meyerhoff Interfaith Center
The Bunting-Meyerhoff Interfaith Center is at the southeast corner of the intersection of North Charles Street and University Parkway, located at 3509 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218 (see map below). Free and metered street parking is available on North Charles Street and in the adjacent neighborhood. Please note that the Interfaith Center is an old building and disability accommodations are limited — please contact the HSO office in advance so that all efforts can be made to honor accommodation requests. firstname.lastname@example.org or 410.516.6542
Shriver Hall & Parking
Shriver Hall & Parking
Shriver Hall is at the south end of the Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus, behind the Baltimore Museum of Art. The closest landmark is the Museum, at 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218.
Parking for Shriver Hall events is in the South Garage, 3101 Wyman Park Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218. The entrance is opposite and just north of the Wyman Park Building. The garage is beneath the Decker Quadrangle (formerly Garland Field). Once in the garage, follow the signs to Shriver Hall. The north elevator takes you up to street level within 50 feet of the Hall. Weekend event parking costs $8, payable by cash or credit card.
SDS Room, Jones Building and Mattin Arts Center
The Mattin Arts Center is on the Homewood Campus at the western corner of the intersection of North Charles Street and 33rd Street. The Mattin Center is a triangle of modern two-story, flat-roofed buildings surrounding a courtyard. The Jones Building forms the southeastern corner of the triangle. If you approach from the street, the Jones Building is the first building on your left. You enter the building under an archway. Once inside, walk straight ahead and down the steps, or down in the elevator, to the SDS Room (Room 101). Park on North Charles Street or in the neighborhood. Note fees at multispace parking meters.
Please contact Hopkins Symphony at email@example.com or 410.516.6542 at least one week prior to each concert to request disability accommodations. In all situations, a good faith effort will be made to provide accommodations.
Accessible parking is in the South Garage, at the regular fee. Signs within the garage will guide patrons to an elevator and then to Shriver Hall’s west entrance.
Patrons may also be dropped off near the east entrance of Shriver Hall, which is reached via the University’s South Gate from Wyman Park Drive, just west of the traffic light at Art Museum Drive. Once on the brick driveway, take your first right turn. Shriver is the second building on your left. Continue about 100 feet past the building. A sidewalk cut-out on the left has an accessible path to the east door leading to an elevator within the hall.
Directions to Shriver Hall & JHU Campus
Take the Beltway toward Towson, to exit 25 (Charles Street). Take Charles Street south for about 7 miles. Pass Loyola College (on your left) and cross Cold Spring Lane. A block later, Charles Street splits; take the right fork. About five blocks later, get into the right lane to cross University Parkway. Jog slightly to the right to continue southbound on the service road. The Homewood Campus will be on your right. After you pass the campus, turn right at the traffic light onto Art Museum Drive. Just after the Museum, turn right at the light onto Wyman Park Drive. Continue for a few hundred feet, just past the Wyman Park Building (on your left). The entrance to the South Garage will be on your right.
Take exit 53 onto I-395 north toward downtown Baltimore. When the exit ramp splits, bear right toward Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Follow the directions (below) from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
Entering Baltimore, the parkway becomes Russell Street. Stay on Russell Street past the Baltimore Ravens stadium (on your right). Just after the stadium, and before you reach the traffic light at West Hamburg St. and Oriole Park at Camden Yards, bear off to the right onto the poorly marked exit to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. You will be briefly on a service road parallel to Russell Street. Stay to the left and take the ramp onto Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Follow the directions (below) from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
Take MLK Boulevard north, staying in one of the middle lanes to avoid a premature forced left or right turn. When MLK Boulevard ends at North Howard Street, turn left onto North Howard Street and continue for about 1.7 miles. Cross 29th Street. Get into the left lane. At the next light (just before the Baltimore Museum of Art), turn left onto Wyman Park Drive. Continue for a few hundred feet, just past the Wyman Park Building (on your left). Turn right into the South Garage.
Take exit 7 (28th Street). When the exit splits, bear left toward 28th Street. Continue on 28th Street for four traffic lights. Stay in the left lane. At the fourth light, turn left onto North Howard Street. Cross 29th Street. Get into the left lane. At the next light (just before the Baltimore Museum of Art), turn left onto Wyman Park Drive. Continue for a few hundred feet, just past the Wyman Park Building (on your left). Turn right into the South Garage.
Shuttles and Buses
Johns Hopkins Shuttle Bus
You can catch the free Johns Hopkins shuttle bus at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Peabody Institute, or Penn Station, to go northbound to the Homewood Campus. For the Mattin Center and Shriver Hall, get off the shuttle at its 33rd Street stop; then cross North Charles Street westbound and enter the campus. The shuttle’s next stop is two blocks later, at the Interfaith Center.
You can use the free Collegetown Shuttle to reach the Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus from Goucher College, Towson University, the College of Notre Dame, Loyola University, and the Maryland Institute College of Art, as well as Towson Town Center, Towson Place Shopping, Belvedere Square, Penn Station, and the Inner Harbor.
MTA Bus Routes to the Homewood Campus
Visit the Baltimore Link website to plan your trip to campus via bus. The purple and silver lines most closely serve the JHU campus and our venues at Shriver Hall, the Mattin Center, and the Interfaith Center.