About Harvard Divinity School
The Harvard Divinity School area is located to the north of Harvard Yard. It is made up of seven unique buildings: Divinity Hall, Andover Hall, Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Rockefeller Hall, Center for the Study of World Religions, Carriage House, and Jewett House.
Andover Hall is a particularly stunning Harvard Divinity School building. You can see Andover Hall above!
In the basement of Andover Hall, you’ll find a mural of biblical stories painted on the wall. Beneath the parapet on the exterior of Andover Hall’s central tower are carved-in faces of four disciples: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
Neighboring Andover Hall is the Andover-Harvard Theological Library. The library holds various rare books and manuscripts, as well as frequent historical exhibits.
Another Divinity building, Rockefeller Hall, recently underwent several renovations, making it the most energy-efficient building of the campus.
You can access all the Divinity establishments on the red line of the MBTA and several bus routes. Parking is limited.
Watch a Harvard Divinity School Lecture
This segment explores Darwin and God.
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