220 Spring Avenue Webster Groves, MO 63119 (314) 961-6138 info@missourizencenter.org  
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How to Find Us

This is a clickable map—not especially practical, but a nice reminder of where butt meets zafu (click in pink shaded areas):

Click here for a simpler map


IMPORTANT: CLICK HERE FOR PARKING INFORMATION


From the City: Head southwest on I-44 to the Shrewsbury exit. From the exit ramp go left (north) on Shrewsbury to the first traffic light which is Big Bend. Turn left (more or less west—guess that’s why they call it “Big Bend”) on Big Bend. Cross the traffic light at Laclede Station Road. Pass Dale (at Outdoor Outfitters, Inc.) and begin looking for Oakwoad on the right. (It’s just before the boulevard stop at Murdoch Ave.) Turn right on Oakwood, then bear to the right at the fork (Oakwood continues to the left) and you’ll be on Spring. It’s about the second house on the right: a large, two-story white house with a flower on the second floor façade of the house.

From North County/St. Charles: Take I-170 (the innerbelt) south until it ends. Take either 40 or Eager Road east to Hanley Road south. Follow Hanley Road south past Manchester. When you go under the train bridge, Hanley Road becomes Laclede Station Road (you don’t have to turn). Finally, turn right (more or less West) on Big Bend. Then, begin looking for Oakwoad on the right. (It’s just before the boulevard stop at Murdoch Ave.) Turn right on Oakwood, then bear to the right at the fork (Oakwood continues to the left) and you’ll be on Spring. It’s about the second house on the right: a large, two-story white house with a flower on the second floor façade of the house.

From the West/South: Take 44 north/east to the Murdoch/Laclede Station Road Exit. The exit ramp puts you (briefly) on Laclede Station Road. Turn right there, then immediately right again on Murdoch, which will take you back over the highway. At the boulevard stop, turn right (more or less east) on Big Bend, then immediately turn left on Oakwood (just past Music Folk). Bear to the right at the fork (Oakwood continues to the left) and you’ll be on Spring. It’s about the second house on the right: a large, two-story white house with a flower on the second floor façade of the house.