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We welcome your questions, comments, and suggestions. Please send an email to info@wgbh.org and our staff will respond as soon as possible, usually within three business days.

Want to speak with someone directly? Call or text GBH Audience and Member Services at (617) 300-3300 Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.

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From Boston to Brighton and Beyond

Along with our headquarters in Brighton, we operate a satellite studio at the Boston Public Library in the heart of Copley Square. Wherever you are, we're here for you with the broadcasts and events you care about.

Brighton Studios

Our headquarters are in Boston's Brighton neighborhood, our home since 2007. It’s a badge of honor to be part of this city’s vibrant cultural community. Our state-of-the art campus in Brighton includes:

  • GBH Calderwood Studio
  • Studio B
  • Yawkey Theater
  • GBH Fraser Performance Studio

Directions to GBH

GBH is located in Boston's Brighton neighborhood, close to Allston, Cambridge, and Watertown, Massachusetts.

Our address is:
One Guest Street, Boston, MA 02135

Via Mass Pike (I-90)
Take exit 131 toward Brighton/Cambridge. Follow signs for Boston. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Allston/Brighton and merge onto Cambridge St. Turn right onto Lincoln Street, then left onto Market street. Turn left onto Guest Street and the parking garage is on the right.

Via I-93, Route 1, or Storrow Drive

Follow Storrow Drive west to Mass Pike/Central Square exit. On exit ramp, stay in left lane. Turn left onto Cambridge St. After traffic lights at ramp and Doubletree Hotel, cross over Mass Pike, continuing on Cambridge St. Go through four traffic lights. At fifth light, with Twin Donuts in front of you, bear right onto North Beacon St. Go through three traffic lights. At fourth light, turn right onto Market St. At next light, turn right onto Guest St.

Via Mass Pike (I-90)
Follow I-90 E to Centre Ave/Washington St in Newton. Take exit 127 from I-90 E. Merge onto I-90 E. Take exit 127 to merge onto Centre Ave/Washington St. Continue on Washington St. Take Charlesbank Rd, Nonantum Rd and Leo M Birmingham Pkwy to Guest St in Boston.

Via Arsenal Street

Pass Arsenal Mall. Get into right lane and continue up Arsenal St. through two traffic lights, following signs to Brighton Center. At third light, turn right and immediately get into left lane. Pass through two lights on Market Street. At third light, turn left onto Guest St.

Via Charlesbank/Soldiers Field Rd.

At the IHOP the road splits; bear right onto Leo Birmingham Hwy., follow sign for North Beacon St./Brighton Center. Go through one traffic light and one flashing light. At next light, turn right onto Market St., passing over Mass Pike. Turn left onto Guest St. at next light.

GBH's Guest Street studios are easily accessed by two MBTA bus lines. Number 64 runs from Faneuil St. Oak Square in Brighton to University Park or Kendall/MIT via Central Square (Red Line). Number 86 runs from Sullivan Square Station to Cleveland Circle (Reservoir/Chestnut Hill Ave.) via Harvard Square, providing access to the Red and Green Lines. For MBTA bus schedules: mbta.com.

The Boston Landing Commuter Rail Station offers another option. Located adjacent to Boston Landing on Guest St (spanning to the Everett St bridge), the service runs along the Framingham-Worcester line.

FREE parking!
GBH is pleased to offer free parking for visitors and evening events. Questions? Please call 617–300–2000.


Guest Street garage - Coming down Guest Street from Market Street, entry is on the right after the visitors lot entrance. Look for the blue P marking the garage entrance.

Visitors lot - Located behind One Guest Street. Coming down Guest Street from Market Street, entry is the first driveway on the right. When this lot is full, please use the Guest Street garage.

Coming to an event at GBH?

Take advantage of GBH’s free parking "for evening events" in our Guest Street garage. Park in any space. Upon entering the garage, proceed to the gate and take a ticket. Bring your ticket with you for validation at the security desk of either One Guest or 10 Guest Street.

Short-term visit?

Park in the GBH visitors lot. Limited parking is available.

Don't risk towing or ticketing

Please do not park in the Stockyard Restaurant lot off Market Street for GBH visits, in the lot of the Super Stop & Shop complex at the end of Guest Street, or on neighboring streets where parking is intended for residents. The lot under 10 Guest Street is not for visitor use.

Handicap parking

Handicap dropoff for GBH is located in the driveway entrance to the GBH visitors lot. Coming down Guest Street from Market Street, this is the first driveway on the right. Designated handicap spaces are available in the GBH visitors lot behind One Guest Street. When this lot is full, please use the designated handicap spaces in the Guest Street garage.

School buses

School bus parking is not allowed in front of GBH's Guest Street studios or in the GBH visitors lot. Buses may wait in the visitors lot if a driver remains on board and available. Buses also may park further down Guest Street per on-street signage.


GBH is recognized by the City of Boston as a Bike Friendly Business. We encourage biking (for our employees and for our visitors) for a greener community--in keeping with our LEED-certified green studios. We offer covered parking for visitors on bicycles within our Guest Street garage.

GBH Services

An award-winning production resource for PBS and for filmmakers, documentarians, and independent producers from around the globe.

Venue Rental
Our spaces are the perfect backdrop for your dinners, cocktail receptions, parties, or presentations.

Accessibility consulting services, captioning, and more.

GBH Boston Public Library Studio

The GBH Boston Public Library Studio is unique in public media. It’s a vibrant cafe space that hosts live broadcasts, special events for kids and families, fascinating discussions, musical performances and so much more! We also hand the mic over to the community, to amplify their voices about the issues that matter to them. Check out our events here.

Learn more about the GBH Boston Public Library Studio

News Studios

Your Neighborhoods, Your News

We take the "public" in public media seriously, working to create media for, by and with the public. GBH News is a “newsroom without walls.” From the Berkshires to the Cape, GBH News has expanded our news operation to reach more people across our service area in the communities in which they live and work. In addition to our headquarters in Boston and our GBH Boston Public Library Studio, GBH News has a dedicated reporter covering Worcester and news affiliates in Springfield, Massachusetts (New England Public Media) and on Cape Cod (CAI). Our award-winning Center for Investigative Reporting digs deep into the stories important for our region.