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Boston Conservatory at Berklee is located in the heart of Boston, one of the most vibrant cities in the United States. The Conservatory's historic brownstone buildings are surrounded by internally acclaimed performing arts organizations—including the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Ballet, Museum of Fine Arts, and Huntington Theatre Company—and our campus has many shared facilities with Berklee College of Music, located just down the street.

If you are considering a Boston Conservatory education, we highly recommend exploring our campus and meeting our community members. This is the best way for students to get a sense of what it will be like to study here. Learn how you can experience our community below, and view our lineup of fall admissions events here.

Campus Tours and General Information Sessions

Throughout the year, Boston Conservatory offers in-person campus tours and information sessions led by current students. Meet our campus tour guides.

Tours are generally offered on weekdays (Monday through Friday) between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. ET. Campus tours are not offered on weekends, holidays, or during semester breaks. 

Please note that campus tours will be paused for winter break beginning on Saturday, December 18. Please check back to register for tours offered in the spring semester.


Tour Period Dates When Registration Opens
Spring 2022 January 31–May 6 January 14
Summer 2022 May 31–August 12 May 13

COVID-19 Protocols

We ask that all visitors to campus be fully vaccinated. If you are not fully vaccinated, you must receive a negative PCR test result within 72 hours prior to your visit or a rapid antigen test within 24 hours prior.  

We ask that you do not visit campus if you:

  1. are sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19;
  2. have come in close contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19;
  3. are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test; or
  4. have been directed to quarantine by a health care provider or public official.

Mask Requirement

You are required to wear a mask at all times during your visit, regardless of vaccination or negative test results. Please note that we are no longer able to accept simple cloth masks, bandanas, gaiters, scarves, or other non-medical mask alternatives. Acceptable masks for on-campus activities are now limited to the following, all of which are available online: N95, KN95, KF94, 3-ply surgical mask, or a surgical mask doubled with a cloth mask. Berklee does not supply masks; you must bring your own mask and wear it over your nose and mouth at all times.

We want all of our campus guests to feel welcomed, comfortable and safe. At Berklee we embrace difference and celebrate the rich diversity of our students, faculty, staff, and prospective students and families. We ask that all of our visitors join us in respecting and valuing this principle.

Self-Guided Campus Tours

If you are unable to make it during one of our scheduled, in-person campus tours, you can also do a self-guided tour, either virtually or in person.

Download our Guidebook app to help you navigate your journey through Berklee’s Boston campus, which features spaces for both Boston Conservatory at Berklee and Berklee College of Music. This tour will showcase spaces where current students live, learn, and turn their dreams into reality.

For those completing the self-guided tour in person, please note that this is intended as a street tour. To maintain the health and safety of our community, visitors following the self-guided campus tour are not allowed inside Berklee buildings. If you would like to enter and explore the buildings, please register for an in-person campus tour with our admissions team. 

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360 Campus Tour—Interactive Video

Take a virtual 360 tour to learn about Boston Conservatory at Berklee's residence halls, practice facilities, classrooms, performance venues, dining halls, and more. The video will rotate by moving your mobile device, dragging the picture on your desktop, or moving your head while wearing virtual reality (VR) goggles.

If you have any questions about exploring our campus, please email

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