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Directions & Parking


Johns Hopkins University
School of Nursing
525 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21205

Building Hours

Monday – Friday:
6 am – 11 pm
Main entrance unlocked from 6:10 am to 7 pm except for holidays. Swipe access from 7 pm to 11 pm.

Saturday – Sunday:
Weekend swipe access only.
Saturday, 6:30 am to 10 pm.
Sunday, 9am to 10pm

Hours vary

Parking for Visitors

Occasionally, street parking is available, either metered, or free parking for up to two hours. (make sure to check hours of availability – parking may not be available due to street sweeping.)

Garage Parking

  • Please consult the Campus Map (see below) for on-campus garage locations.

  • From Jefferson St: Turn right onto Washington St. Just past the Washington/Monument St intersection, turn right into the Washington St Garage.

  • From Wolfe St: Turn left onto Monument St. Go one block, then turn left onto Washington St. The Washington St Garage is immediately on your right.

  • From Washington St: Just past the Washington/Monument St intersection, turn right into the Washington St Garage

Parking for STUDENTS

Please visit JHMI’s Security, Parking and Transportation website.

Campus Maps

Public Transportation

Charm City Circulator

The Charm City Circulator (Free) has 4 routes through the city that leave every 10 minutes. To get to the School of Nursing, take the Green route eastbound to the N. Washington St stop (126). Once you arrive, just walk two blocks south past the Burger King and take a right on McElderry St. The School of Nursing will be on the left hand side at the corner of N. Wolfe St and McElderry St.

Metro Subway

The Metro Subway is the quickest method of transportation to get to the School of Nursing. Hop on the train at any of the stops along the rail heading Eastbound towards Johns Hopkins Hospital. Once you arrive, walk up the stairs and through the hospital to N Wolfe St. The School of Nursing will be across the street. View Map of Metro Stations


The MTA Bus lines have many routes to, from and throughout the city.