Visiting the Campus
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Directions to Campus:
- From the north, take I-265 to I-40 east to exit 209B. Turn right on Broadway.
- From the east or south, take 1-40 west to exit 209A. Turn left on Broadway.
- From the west take I-40 east to exit 209B. Turn right on Broadway (US 70S).
Follow Broadway and veer right when it splits onto West End Avenue. Continue on West End to the stop light at 21st Avenue. Turn left on 21st Avenue. 21st is one-way. The Divinity School will be on your right, across the street from San Antonio Taco Co. and Ben and Jerry's.
Public paid parking is available on the first two floors of Wesley Place Garage, located on the corner of Scarritt Place and 21st Avenue. Metered street parking is also available on streets near campus.
After parking and crossing 21st Avenue, head up the sidewalk by the Library toward the brick building with the large spire. This is the Divinity School. You will enter on the Ground Floor, take the elevator or stairs up to the 1st floor. The Admissions Office is the first door on the right after you get off of the elevator, suite 135.
Lyft and Uber are both widely available throughout Nashville. Cars may drop-off and pick-up passengers directly in front of the Divinity School.
Air and Bus Travel:
Closest Airport: Nashville International Airport - BNA
MegaBus Stop: T/A Truck Plaza at 111 N. 1st Street
Greyhound Bus Stop: 709 5th Ave S.
For low-cost lodging, we recommend booking at the Scarritt Bennett Center. When exiting the Divinity School, walk straight across 21st Ave and down Scarritt Place until you reach 19th Avenue. Scarritt Bennett Center will be directly in front of you.
There are a variety of Vanderbilt area hotels within walking distance, as well as hotels and AirBnb rentals throughout the greater Nashville area.
Things to Do in Nashville:
The Vanderbilt Bookstore is located at 2501 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37203.
Within walking distance, we recommend checking out Centennial Park, which is home to the Nashville Parthenon, as well as the dining and nightlife options of Midtown. You can also take a stroll down Music Row just a few blocks from the Divinity School!
For more information about activities and attractions, check out Visit Music City.