During Public Visits, CAMLab Cave is open to all.
The Cave Dance project presents a performance in a mirror-lined space, and the Embodied Architecture film is shown in the Immersive Theater. Visitors with sensitivities to flashing lights or dark, enclosed spaces are encouraged to contact CAMLab in advance of their visit.
CAMLab strives to make its installations accessible. If you have access-related questions or require special accommodations, please contact us.
Parking and Building Access
Just outside of Harvard Yard, CAMLab Cave is located on the lower level of the 485 Broadway building.
There is no parking available in the building, but meter parking can be found in the surrounding area. As an alternative, garage parking is available through Harvard’s parking services at https://hopps.vpcs.harvard.edu.
CAMLab Cave is wheelchair accessible. Visitors in wheelchairs may use the first floor elevator to access CAMLab Cave on the building’s lower level. The main entrance to 485 Broadway is equipped with swinging power doors.