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Directions to

The National Shrine of The Divine Mercy

Mailing Address and GPS:

  • Mailing Address:

PO Box 951
Stockbridge, MA 01262

(Please note that this has changed from using our legal address of 2 Prospect Hill Road.)

  • GPS Address:

Please note that if you are driving, you want to enter at the driveway entrance at the north end of Pine Street and not from Prospect Hill Rd.  Most GPS systems have been programmed to take you to the Pine Street entrance, even if you use our legal address of 2 Prospect Hill Road, but please check, as the Prospect Hill Road entrance is usually locked, and there is not a good place to turn around nearby.

You may use "10 Pine Street," which will direct you to the bottom of Pine Street.  Then just continue straight up Pine Street, which will turn into our driveway at the top of the hill.  You do not need to stop, coming up Pine Street; you have the right of way.  (See the map below). IF you use Vine Street, please STOP before turning into our driveway, to check for cars or buses coming up Pine Street, as they have the right of way.

If you are traveling from or through Pennsylvania, New York, or New Jersey:

  • Take the New York Thruway North (I-87) to exit 21A.
    • Exit onto I-90 (the Berkshire section of the Thruway)
    • Proceed East, to the LEE Exit of "the Mass Pike" / I-90
    • Exit at Lee, EXIT 10
      • NOTE that this Exit used to be EXIT 2, and was re-numbered to Exit 10 in 2020.
  • Take Route 102 West to Stockbridge.

If you are traveling from North of the Massachusetts Turnpike:

  • Take Route 7 South and follow the signs to Stockbridge.

If you are coming from South of the Mass Pike:

  • Take Route 7 North from Connecticut and follow the signs to Stockbridge.

If you are arriving from the East via the Mass Pike:

  • Take EXIT 10 to Lee, Mass. 
    • NOTE THAT this exit used to be numbered EXIT 2 and was renumbered to EXIT 10 in 2020.
  • Follow Route 102 West, to Stockbridge.

Arriving in Stockbridge:

  • Please be sure that you have your GPS set for Pine Street.  Many GPS will guide you to the correct driveway entrance to the property, even if you input our legal address of 2 Prospect Hill Rd, but that entrance is closed, and there is not a good place to turn around nearby.
  • See the map below:
    • At the 4-way intersection in town, look for the Red Lion Inn. 
    • Turn up the road across the Main Street from the Red Lion Inn, to the north of Main Street/Route 7/Route 102 onto Pine St.
    • Continue straight up the hill on Pine Street, and bear right/ continue STRAIGHT at the fork in the road, proceeding straight up the hill. 
    • At the top of the hill, continue straight to enter Eden Hill, the home to the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy and of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception (the "Marians.")
  • Just before the large bronze Divine Mercy statue, make a right into the large parking lot. 
    • For those with physical challenges (on weekends other than Divine Mercy and other Ethnic weekends/major feasts)
      • ​You will be allowed to turn left at the Divine Mercy statue and park in one of the available handicap parking areas in front of the Shrine, or anywhere else that there are legal parking spots on Eden Hill (There is handicapped parking at the Shrine of the Holy Innocents, and at the Gift Shop, as well as near to the Shrine Church)
      • We have golf carts available to help those with physical challenges on most weekends, weather permitting
    • For those with physical challenges, on Divine Mercy Sunday weekend, please see instructions for parking on that weekend.

Public Transportation

BRTA (Berkshire Regional Transit Authority)

Area Bus Info (including links to regional bus & rail services)
1-800-292-BRTA (2782) (Toll Free)
413-499-2782 (Locally)

Links to: (Bus) (Rail)

Nearby Airports (listed in order of proximity to the Shrine) : (NY) -- (ALB) -- approximately 75 minutes' drive (CT) -- (BDL) -- approximately 75 minutes' drive (Logan Airport in Boston, MA) -- (BOS) -- approximately 2 hours' drive (It can be more, depending on traffic in the city, & in the tunnels to & from the airport)