Paid parking is available at the Indiana Memorial Union (IMU), just down (and across) the street from the museum. Bring your IMU parking ticket to the museum information desk for validation to receive a discounted parking rate.Find rates and learn more about parking at the IMU
If you’re visiting on Saturday or Sunday, you can park in either of these garages for free.
Eagleson Avenue parking garage
The Eagleson Avenue garage is located across from the Musical Arts Center between Third and Seventh Streets.150 N. Eagleson Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47408
Fee Lane garage
The Fee Lane garage is located behind the IU Kelley School of Business graduate building, at the corner of Fee Lane and 11th Street.709 N. Fee Lane
Bloomington, IN 47408Find rates and learn more about garage parking
ADA-accessible parking is available directly behind the museum, with access to the mezzanine level. It does not currently require an IU permit to park in an accessible space, but guests are encouraged to call IU Parking Operations ahead of their visit to confirm. Parking Operations can be reached at 812-855-9849, and the lot number is 358.
To get to the accessible parking lot, turn west from Eagleson Avenue onto Seventh Street. You’ll pass the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design Mies van der Rohe Building on the right. Turn right, then immediately left to pass the Global & International Studies Building. You'll follow this street behind the Radio and TV building to reach the parking lot.
Guests without an ADA permit can drive up and drop off individuals at the traffic circle by the mezzanine entrance, just beyond the ADA-accessible parking spaces.
Bus drivers should enter Seventh Street from Indiana Avenue or Woodlawn Avenue on the west side of campus. Ask the attendant in the gatehouse across from the Indiana Memorial Union for details about parking.
Cycling is a wonderful way to visit the Eskenazi Museum of Art and explore the Indiana University campus. Bicycle racks are located on the east side of the museum and directly across Seventh Street on the east side of Woodburn Hall.