Just minutes from the NJ turnpike, I-287, Route 18, and the NJ Transit New Brunswick station, the Rutgers Geology Museum is just a short trip away! The museum is located on the historic Old Queens Campus in the heart of New Brunswick, New Jersey at the following address.Rutgers Geology Museum
Geology Hall, 2nd Floor
85 Somerset Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
The entrance to the museum area is located on the corner of Somerset St. and George St. (through the black iron gates), but you can use the following link to download step-by-step directions.
You can park your car at any of the parking meters on George Street, Hamilton Street, Somerset Street, or College Avenue or at any of the garages or non-Rutgers lots labeled ‘P” in the area. On weekends, you will have free access to some of the Rutgers parking lots.
If you are arriving by bus, the bus driver will have to stop outside of the iron gates to dismiss people and must then proceed to either Busch or Livingston campus and park either next to the football stadium on Busch or next to the basketball stadium on Livingston. There is no space to park buses on the College Avenue Campus.
Visitors to the University may request a one day parking permit for the cost of $5.00 per day through the online request system. This option may only be used by people who are not affiliated with Rutgers in any way.