Parking is underground and is super clean and convenient and you can walk directly into the modern art section from the lot, through sliding glass doors. You can also park on the street. You will see many parked cars on the street as you enter the underground parking. Parking underground is 7 dollars. On the street is popular, so you may or may not have to wait for a spot to open up. You can find parking on the street always, if you are willing to walk far enough.
There website says underground parking is now $10 unless you are a member.
Entrance to the Parking Garage is off Oak Street, just south of 45th Street.
The garage is fully ADA accessible.
Parking is $8 per car | Free for members
A free lot at the corner of 45th Street and Rockhill Road is available first come, first served. Public parking may not be available there during special events.
Parking was at a premium when we visited on a Sunday afternoon. We parked in a nearby neighborhood and walked about 3 blocks
Parking is $8 and underground parking garage.
We took the bus there, but there was a lot of free parking to the side of building.
On the street. Parking is pretty easy
They have a parking garage that is not very expensive. Or parallel parking near the outdoor sculpture garden.
Many handicap spots in the museum's underground lot ... Members park free, or pony up the $8 if you are not a member.
We used Uber, so don't know.
The parking garage is $8.00 if you choose to park there. It is very near the museum. We parallel parked on the street. If it was going to be a busy day and you don't want to walk, I would suggest parking in the garage, though.
I mean if you are handicapped...
Pain is free underground if you are a senior citizen...
We used street parking. I think it costs $8 to park in the museum parking lot.
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