Directions to Saxonville Studios
1602 Concord Street, Building 2B, Framingham, MA 01701

(For wheelchair accessibility we can arrange an escort on our safe freight elevator.)


Ample free parking available at Watson Place.



From Route 9, Route 30, and Mass Pike/Westbound (Go West off Rte 30 exit):

Go North on Route 126, and stay straight on Concord Street when 126 turns Right, continue past the blinking yellow light at Watson Place. Take a left into the next driveway across the street from the Saxonville Village apartments into the Saxonville Mill complex. Our door is at the end of the building on the right, marked with our flag. Drop-off passengers in front of our door.

See parking info below.

From Route 20:

Go South on Landham Road off of Rte. 20 to the light at the intersection of Concord Street and Central Street in the Saxonville Area of Framingham. You will see the red brick Mill Buildings at that intersection. (Landham Road turns into Elm and then Concord Street, but is the same road).

Continue through the intersection and look for the entry into the Mill complex on the right. Turn Right and look for our flag at the end of the building on the right. Drop-off passengers in front of our door.

See parking info below.

ACCESSIBILITY: We are on the second floor, and there is no dedicated elevator. If someone in your party cannot manage the stairs, please ring the bell and one of us will come down and help access our studios via the building’s freight elevator in the back of the building).

PARKING: If you're coming to Open Studios, there will be signs directing you to park in the large free parking lot at the end of Watson Place.

Do not park in the marked spaces of other businesses. Unmarked parking spaces may be used for those dropping off passengers needing assistance.

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Saxonville Studios, 1602-B Concord Street, Framingham, MA 01701.
This page was last updated September 8, 2018
Studio visits by appointment through individual artists.