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When you exit the T stop, walk down Main Street toward the flags (and away from the Charles River). Keep walking with the COOP on your right until you reach Ames Street. Turn left onto Ames Street and walk until you reach the “pointy, triangular” tip of the Ralph Landau Building (MIT Building 66). Walk around the point and keep this building on your right (if it’s raining you can walk inside this building). Go straight, hugging the buildings that are on your right. When you can go no further without running into Building 8 in front of you, go up the stairs that are slightly to the left and through the wooden doors. The Infinite Corridor is straight ahead; go straight until you see a set of stairs off to your left. Climb these stairs to the 4th floor. Circle around to the left until you see a hallway full of wooden cabinets and photos. This is the Edgerton Center.
Visitor parking in the MIT-Kresge parking lot is limited. Permits can be purchased for $26.00 by completing Edgerton Parking Permit.pdf and contacting Sandi Lipnoski (email@example.com) at least five days in advance.
For additional directions to the Edgerton Center, you may call 617-253-4629 or 617-253-7931.