Waltham Mills Open Studios Location Map
The free Tick Tock Trolley will be running an approximately 15 min loop through Waltham for our event, stopping at 144 and 289 Moody Street and all of our nearby parking lots. Save your walking to see all of the studios! Trolley stops are marked on the map with the pink boxes.
PLEASE NOTE: ONLY Handicap parking with valid permit is available at 144 Moody St
Download our handy parking map here.
Thanks to the City of Waltham, there will be free public parking for Waltham Mills Open Studios weekend. Parking is free Saturday after 12pm and all day Sunday. There is an extra lot available courtesy the RTN Credit Union Lot at the corner of Main and Elm Streets, across from Waltham Common. The city of Waltham provides this online guide to parking: Where are the public parking lots in Waltham.
144 Moody Street is directly next to the Inbound Commuter Rail Station at the Fitchburg Line Commuter Rail (North Station, Porter Square) to Waltham Station, Central Square in Waltham.
Buses 70 and 70 A (Cambridge, Watertown);
Buses 553 and 554 (Boston, Newton Corner);
Walking between Waltham Mills to Lincoln Studios
Waltham Mills (144 Moody St) is a short 5 minute walk to Lincoln Studios (289 Moody St.)
Lincoln Studios to Waltham Mills: When leaving Lincoln Studios take a right onto Moody St. and walk towards the river. Take a right into the parking lot just after the bridge (follow the signs!) and walk towards the large brick buildings with the large sign “Ira B. gordon Center for Arts.” Building 4 and Building 18 are Waltham Mills.
Waltham Mills to Lincoln Studios: When leaving Waltham Mills, walk out to Moody St. and take a left onto Moody St., walking towards the river. Cross the street and continue walking on Moody St. Lincoln Studios is just a half a block past Pine St.
144 Moody St. Building 4 is ramp accessible. There is a wooden ramp and an elevator to all floors. Building 18 is only accessible by stairs. Free handicap parking is available next to Building 4. Lincoln Studios(289 Moody St.) has a sidewalk level entry the front entrance and an elevator to all floors is available once inside.
Saturday, is fend for yourself, there are poles and fences that bike can be locked to on the grounds of 144 Moody Street and regular street bike parking around 289 Moody Street.
Sunday 12-5pm (weather permitting), FREE VALET BIKE PARKING in front of the Charles River Museum along the bike path, provided by Charles River Wheelers and MassBike