Parking Information

Monday–Friday from 7:00 a.m.. to 4:00 p.m.
New Visitor Lot and new paid parking rules to follow

A Visitor Lot has been constructed on the west end of the Walsh Architecture parking lot, on the south side of campus (adjacent the Walsh School of Architecture construction site).  During regular business hours (Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. –  4:00 p.m.), visitors must use a credit card to purchase a permit from the pay station located in that lot near pole #31.  The permit must be displayed face up on the driver's side of the vehicle’s dashboard, so it is visible to parking enforcement staff.

No permit is required after 4:00 p.m., on weekends, or on holidays.

If the Visitor Lot reaches capacity, visitors must purchase a permit and then park in any non-reserved space within the Joyce, Compton, or Walsh Architecture Lots (C lots on the map)

The current rate schedule is:

  • 1hr - Free (must obtain permit and display on dash)
  • 2hrs - $1
  • 3hrs - $2
  • 4hrs - $3
  • 4+hrs - $8

    Pay Station (Kiosk)

    Parking Pay Station (kiosk) in the Visitor Parking Lot, adjacent to Walsh School of Architecture construction site) near pole #31.

Visitor Parking Map as of Sept.11, 2017

Visitor Parking Map of as Sept. 11, 2017

PURCHASE A PARKING PERMIT, PARK IN THE COMPTON LOT,
RIDE THE SHUTTLE BUS TO MCKENNA HALL
AND THEN A SHORT WALK TO THE MUSEUM
(est. 15-20 minutes)
During the week from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. the south shuttle route (Baseball to McKenna) begins at the Compton Family Ice Arena shelter every 10 minutes and goes to the Eck Baseball Stadium, and ends at McKenna Hall on Notre Dame Avenue. Museum visitors then have a 5-8 minute walk from McKenna Hall to the Museum front entrance. (see route in gold on map below; click to download).

Campus Shuttle Map August 2017

Additional Parking During the Week

Additional visitor parking is available at a somewhat greater distance from the Museum in the Eck Visitor Center/Bookstore parking lot. Enter campus via Notre Dame Avenue and access the parking lot by either turning left at the Main Gate house, or left at the next road. You can park there up to one hour free of charge.

Monday–Friday: Evening Event Parking

At 4:45 p.m. during the week the gates to the faculty/staff lots,such as the B Lot south of the stadium, are automatically lifted via a timing mechanism and you can park there for free. You can also park in any C lot free of charge after 4:00 pm. and on non-football game day weekends. The C lots closest to the Snite Museum are Joyce, Walsh Architecture, and Compton.

Handicap Parking

Please call our main office (574-631-5466)  at least 24 hours in advance if you want to visit the museum and cannot climb up the 2-3 steps to get on the campus shuttle bus, walk 5-10 minutes from McKenna Hall, or you use a motorized chair and need to be dropped off at the museum entrance. 

  • Our recommendation is to schedule your visit on a Saturday or Sunday so you can use the handicap parking spaces just to the east of the museum on Moose Krause Drive, after we provide you with a numeric code to pass through the gate located on the far east end of Moose Krause Circle/Courtney Lane, between the Joyce Center and the Rolfs Recreation Center.

FRIENDS OF THE SNITE MUSEUM COMPLIMENTARY PARKING ON WEEKDAYS

Current members of the Friends of the Snite Museum who want to visit the museum or Charles B. Hayes Sculpture Park during the week may call the Friends Office to acquire a nine-digit code for use in the Visitor Lot Parking Pay Station. This code provides up to four hours of complimentary parking. The code is only for current members, and has an expiration date. So call to acquire the current code for that week/month.

WALKING ROUTES DURING THE WEEK AND ON WEEKENDS

WALKING PATH (est. 20+ minutes) From your car parked in the south B (Stadium) or C lots (Joyce, Walsh Architecture, Compton) walk west towards the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center and Legends of Notre Dame Pub. At the corner of Eddy St. and Holy Cross Drive turn right and walk north. Continue walking north towards the Snite Museum; you will pass between the the Strayer Center and Legends of Notre Dame Pub, then walk to the right of the Mendoza College of Business, then walk between DeBartolo Hall, and the new Duncan Student Center (addition to west side of football stadium) towards the Snite Museum of Art entrance. See route indicated on map below (updated August 26, 2017).

Visitor Parking and Walking Route Map

Walking Map To Museum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Walking Map To Museum