Open to the public, Monday-Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sat.-Sun. noon-4 p.m.
Parking and Directions
The RU Art Museum Gallery at the Covington Center,
Corinna de la Burdé Sculpture Court & Gallery 205
From I-81 South take exit 109 toward Radford (this is Tyler Avenue).
Go 3.3 miles to Jefferson Street, which is at the 3rd traffic light.
Turn Right. Go 6 blocks to Downey Street.
Turn left on Downey Street and park in Lot V (on the left). The Covington Center is on Downey across from the parking lot.
Enter the building where the 4 columns are. The gallery entrance is at the far right of the oval lobby.
The Corinna de la Burdé Sculpture Court & Gallery 205 are located in and adjacent to Porterfield Hall, which is the next brick building to the left at the end of the one block-long Downey Street.
If Lot V is full, go back to Jefferson, turn left back down the hill 1 block to the traffic light (this is Main St.). Turn left at Main and immediately turn right into Lot K across Main Street (next to “Cook’s Clean Center”). Park and and you will see the Covington Center across the street.
The Corinna de la Burdé Sculpture Court & Gallery 205 are located in and adjacent to Porterfield Hall which is the next large brick building on your left.
On weekends and after 6:00 pm visitors may park in any of these lots without a visitor parking permit. At other times you may call ahead (540-831-5754) for a permit or find parking on the nearby streets. Visitors may also pay to park in the coin-operated metered spaces (30-minute limit 7:00 am – 4:00 pm) in Lot A and Lot B (in front of Martin Hall) without a permit at any time.
Admission to the RU Art Museum is free of charge. For further information or confirmation of opening hours, please call 540 831-5754.
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