Listed below are various telephone numbers and websites for transportation options to and from campus.


BUS:
Peter Pan Bus Lines, www.peterpanbus.com, (800) 237-8747.

LIMO:
Valley Transporter provides shuttle service between the campus and nearby airports and train stations. Call (800) 872-8752 or (413) 253-1350 for information on rates, schedules and reservations.

Seemo Shuttle offers private, charter, and shared shuttle services between Bradley International Airport and campus. Make your reservation online, or by calling 413-586-1120 (in MA) or 1-800-908-2829 (toll-free nationwide).

TRAIN:

Amtrak, www.amtrak.com or 800-USA-RAIL, offers train service to Springfield, MA, just 20 minutes from campus. If arriving in Springfield, transportation to campus is available via Valley Transporter; call (800) 872-8752 or (413) 253-1350.

AIR TRAVEL:
The nearest airport is Bradley International Airport, which serves both Hartford, Connecticut, and Springfield, Massachusetts. Bradley is about 45 minutes from campus; Logan Airport in Boston is about two hours from campus. Transportation from either airport to campus is available via bus or limo service.

TAXI:
There are several cab companies in the Greater Northampton area.

Directions to Williston

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Visiting Williston

The Williston Northampton School is located in Easthampton, in the heart of Hampshire County in Massachusetts' beautiful Pioneer Valley. The school is 40 miles north of Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, Connecticut. Amtrak runs trains from New York and Boston to nearby Springfield. There is bus transportation from Springfield and Bradley Airport to Northampton, from which the campus is a short cab ride.

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Directions by Car

From Boston: Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) west to Exit 4. Follow I-91 north to Exit 17B, then take Route 141 west four miles to Easthampton. At the first traffic light, go straight ahead onto Payson Avenue and proceed 200 yards to the campus. At the end of Payson Avenue, take a left onto Park Street, then your second left onto the campus quad. (To reach the Admission Office at 28 Park Street, follow the horseshoe drive to the opposite side, and the office is in the Homestead building on your right.)

From Connecticut and New York City: Take I-684 and I-84 (or I-95) to I-91 north. At Exit 17B, take Route 141 west four miles to Easthampton. At the first traffic light, go straight ahead onto Payson Avenue and proceed 200 yards to the campus. (Follow directions above to the Admission Office.)

From the West: Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) east to Exit 3. Follow Route 10 north 10 miles to Easthampton. Turn right on Brewster Avenue (which is immediately after Fleury Lumber on the left), go to the bottom of the hill, and turn left onto Park Street. The entrance to the campus is 50 yards on your right.

From the Northwest: Take Route 9 east to Northampton. From Northampton, take Route 10 south 5 miles to downtown Easthampton. Go straight through the traffic light and bear left onto Park Street. Continue straight through a 4-way stop. The entrance to the campus is 150 yards on the left.

The Williston Northampton School
19 Payson Avenue, Easthampton, MA 01027 | Phone: (413) 529-3000

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Founded in 1841, Williston is a student-centered, coeducational institution comprising a Middle School of day students and an Upper School of boarding and day students from 25 states and 27 countries.
Williston is a good fit for motivated students who want to be challenged by a variety of academic, athletic, and extracurricular opportunities. We look forward to hearing from you!
Williston classes are discussion based and collaborative, and we have developed outstanding programs that inspire students to excel. Our faculty members provide a model of critical thinking and enthusiastic engagement.

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Williston offers an academic arts program complemented by parallel extracurricular arts activities—all taught by faculty members who are practicing musicians, actors, and visual artists.
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