Maps, Directions and Parking

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Directions to E. William Doty Fine Arts Building

From Mopac/Loop 1

Exit Windsor Rd., drive east on Windsor (becomes 24th Street)  
Turn left on Guadalupe  
Turn right on Dean Keeton (26th Street)  
Turn right on San Jacinto Boulevard  
Turn left on 23rd Street  
Turn left on Trinity Street  
The E. William Doty Fine Arts Building is on the right.

From I-35 Exit Manor Road

Drive west on Manor Road (becomes Clyde Littlefield)  
Turn left on 23rd Street  
Turn right on Trinity Street  
The E. William Doty Fine Arts Building is on the right.

The Doty Fine Arts Building is located on the northeast corner of Trinity and 23rd streets on The University of Texas at Austin campus. The campus area map shows the Center's location on campus.

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Physical address:

Doty Fine Arts Building (DFA) 2.4 
2301 Trinity St. 
Austin, TX 78712

Mailing Address:

Fine Arts – Office of the Dean 
2301 Trinity ST STOP D1400  
Austin, TX 78712–1424


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On-Campus Street Parking

All street-level parking on campus requires a university permit at all times. Check signs for other restrictions.

Off-Campus Metered Street Parking

Metered street parking is available at the edge of campus along Dean Keeton St, between San Jacinto Blvd and Red River St. Meters are enforced Monday–Saturday, 8am–6pm and accept credit cards in addition to coins.

Garage Parking

Hourly-rate paid parking is available in two garages near the Doty Fine Arts Building:

$6 Click-and-Pay Event Parking

A short-term Click-and-Pay parking permit can be purchased in advance for some events.

For more information about parking on campus, please visit Parking and Transportation Services.

Public Transportation

The public transportation system in Austin is run by Capital Metro. For precise times and stops, visit the Capital Metro website or call (512) 474–1200.

The buildings of the college are served by regular bus routes 7, 10, 20, and 37, as well as the campus loop route 640. Contact Capital Metro for other routes with stops within walking distance or with questions about accessibility. The above public transportation information is approximate and is subject to change. Please verify all routes and schedules on the Capital Metro website or by calling (512) 474–1200.