• Where to park

    Shriver Hall

    Secure parking for all Shriver Hall Concert Series events is available in The Johns Hopkins University South Garage, entered from Wyman Park Drive. The north-end elevator brings passengers to the surface just adjacent to Shriver Hall. The south-end elevator (inside the glassed-in Parking Office) brings passengers to the Mason Hall Lobby and closer to the path between the Hopkins campus and the Baltimore Museum of Art.

    Shriver Hall Concert Series audience members who park in the South Garage are required to pay the attendant $10 cash upon entering the Garage. After the concert, the exit gates will be open to allow for quick egress and will remain open through 10 pm to accommodate post-concert diners at Gertrude\'s at the BMA.

    Parking is also available on surrounding streets.

    Click here to view a map of the South Garage and parking areas surrounding Shriver Hall.

    Baltimore Museum of Art 

    In the 2019-20 season, the Discovery Series concerts on December 14, 2019 and February 8, 2020will be presented at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

    The BMA’s East and West lots are adjacent to the front of the Museum, located off Art Museum drive. The handicap accessible entrance is located at the East entrance. Parking rates at the BMA can be found here.

    Parking close to the BMA is also available in JHU’s South Garage, located just North of the BMA and accessible on foot. Their rates can be accessed here

    UMBC’s Linehan Concert Hall

    In 2019-20, the Discovery Series concert on March 7, 2020 will be presented at the UMBC Linehan Concert Hall.

    Parking at UMBC’s Linehan Concert Hall, located within the Performing Arts and Humanities building, is available for free in Lot 8, directly across from the building. After crossing Hilltop Circle, the lot will be on your left.  View UMBC's campus map here.