Latent Emissions, Chakaia Booker
During the Day---Monday through Friday:
Use the Visitor Lot on the South Side of Campus, located North of Compton Family Ice Arena
Please enter campus from the south and park in the lot on the north side of the Compton Family Ice Arena, which is located in the SE corner of campus. The Visitor Lot is indicated in red on the Notre Dame Parking Map illustrated on this page. It can be downloaded as a PDF.
RIDE THE SHUTTLE BUS TO MCKENNA HALL AND THEN 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 begins at the Compton Family Ice Arena shelter every 15 minutes (on the hour, quarter-hour and half-hour) and goes to the Eck Baseball Stadium, Light Poles 7 and 11 in the C1 lots 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 map below; click to download)
Suggested Parking and Walking Route to Museum Map For Use Monday through Friday.
Additional Parking During the Week
Additional visitor parking is available at a somewhat greater distance from the Museum in the Eck Visitor Center and Bookstore parking lot. This lot is located to the west of Notre Dame Avenue and Holy Cross Drive.
Evening Event Parking During the Week
At 4:45 p.m. the gates to the faculty/staff lots,such as the B1 Lot south of the stadium, are automatically lifted and you can park there for free.
There are a number of handicap parking spaces on Moose Krause Circle, across from the NW edge of the stadium. These are usually available on weekends. It is rare to find one open during the work week, but you are welcome to check before parking in the visitor lot.
WALKING ROUTES DURING THE WEEK AND ON WEEKENDS
WALKING PATH (est. 20+ minutes) From your car parked in the south B1, C1 or Compton Family Ice Arena Parking lots, walk west towards the DeBartolo Performating Arts Center and Legends of Notre Dame Pub. At the corner of Eddy St. and Holy Cross Drive turn right and walk north along the righthand side of the the Strayer Center, and between the construction zone fence and the right side of the Mendoza College of Business,and the right side of DeBartolo Hall towards the Snite Museum of Art entrance. See map below