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Mobilia is a short stroll from Harvard Square…
Walking from Harvard Square:
Walk or drive down historic Brattle Street, away from the square, through a residential area. If you are walking on Brattle Street, note the homes with blue signage – you can view the homes of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, among other noteworthy historical figures. Take a right at Fayerweather street (the first intersection with traffic lights). Proceed down Fayerweather to Huron Avenue and turn left. Mobilia Gallery is located at 358 Huron Ave. in the second block, on the left-hand side, at the corner of Gurney Street and Huron Avenue. Across the street you will see the Cambridge Trust Company, a red brick building.
From Harvard Square:Take Brattle Street, turn right on Fayerweather and left on Huron Ave.
From Watertown and the west: Follow route 16 to Huron Avenue. At traffic signal, turn right.
From Fresh Pond and the north: It is a turn left turn onto Huron. Free street parking on Huron is available.
By MBTA “T” and bus:
Take the “T” to Harvard Square. The “T” station is connected underground to the bus station. From the Harvard Square bus station, take the # 72 bus. The bus will travel down Huron Ave. Mobilia is at 358 Huron Ave. on the corner of Gurney Street and Huron Ave.
If you need help, the phone number for Mobilia is (617) 876-2109