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Gamble Auditorium and the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum are located in the Art Building on the Mount Holyoke College campus, 12 miles north of Springfield and 10 miles south of Amherst, Massachusetts.

From the North:
Take Interstate 91 South to exit 20 (Northampton / Hadley). Turn left at first stoplight (onto Damon Road), go one mile to Route 9. Turn left onto Route 9 and cross the Coolidge Bridge over the Connecticut River. Turn right at first stop light, following sign "To Route 47 South Hadley," and travel approximately eight miles to South Hadley center. Continue straight through intersection with Route 116 to Park Street. Take second right onto Lower Lake Road. The museum is on the right, adjacent to the greenhouse.

From the South:
Take Interstate 91 North to exit 16 (Route 202 Holyoke / South Hadley). Turn right and proceed on Route 202 North through Holyoke and across the Connecticut River. Continue on Route 202 and take the second exit marked "South Hadley Center / Amherst" to Route 116 North. The college is approximately two miles north of the exit. At the north end of the campus, turn right onto Church Street. Take the second right onto Lower Lake Road. The museum is on the right, adjacent to the greenhouse.

From the West: Take the Massachusetts Turnpike
(I-90 East ) to exit 4 (West Springfield). Turn onto Interstate 91 North and follow directions in the previous section.

From the East: Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90 West) to exit 5 (Holyoke / Chicopee). Bear right toward South Hadley. At end of exit ramp, turn left onto Route 33 and travel approximately five miles until you reach Route 116.Drive two miles on Route 116 North to the college. At the north end of the campus, turn right onto Church Street. Take the second right onto Lower Lake Road. The museum is on the right, adjacent to the greenhouse.

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