The grand Ordway overlooks Rice Park, just north of the Mississippi River, near Landmark Center and the Saint Paul Hotel. The newly added Concert Hall is an intimate space designed specifically for the chamber orchestra’s artistry. To learn more about this innovative new space, visit thespco.org/concerthall
From the north on I-35E
Take the Wacouta St./10th St. exit. Take a slight right at 10th St. At fourth stoplight, turn left onto Cedar St. turn right onto West 7th St. At third stoplight, turn left onto 5th St. Proceed one block, turn right onto Washington St.
From the south on I-35E
Exit at Kellogg Blvd. and turn right. At second stoplight, turn left onto West 7th St., then turn right onto 5th St. Proceed one block, turn right onto Washington St.
From the east on I-94
Take the 6th St. exit. Turn left onto Washington St.
From the west on I-94
Take the 5th St. exit. Turn right onto Washington St.
From the airport/Fort Snelling on Highway 5:
Take Hwy. 5 east to Shepard Rd. Take Shepard Rd. to Eagle St. to Chestnut St. and turn left. Turn right on West 7th St, right at 5th St. and right again on Washington St.
The Ordway is located at 345 Washington Street in downtown Saint Paul, directly across from Rice Park. There are numerous parking ramps within easy walking distance. The closest ramps are Lawson Commons and Landmark Towers. There is no direct skyway connection to the Ordway.
Parking meters in the City of Saint Paul are enforced from 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM Monday through Saturday. Meter enforcement times and holidays
The Ordway is easily accessible by bus and the Metro Green Line, with the downtown Central Station located just a few blocks from the Ordway. Ride sharing services such as Lyft and Uber are also great options for getting to and from SPCO performances. There are bike racks nearby where you can lock your bicycle as well.
Imperial Parking - 6th & Wabasha St. (behind the Historic Hamm Building)
Lawson Software Ramp - Enter 5th at Saint Peter St.
Kellogg St. Municipal Ramp - 129 West Kellogg Blvd.
Landmark Towers Ramp - 4th St. & Market St.
Lowry Ramp - 4th St. & Wabasha St.
Plaza Lot - 5th St. & W. 7th St. (behind Travelers)
Science Museum Ramp - Chestnut St. & Eagle St.
$2 parking discount available at The Science Museum Ramp for Ordway patrons.
RiverCentre Ramp - 145 West Kellogg Blvd.
Victory Ramp - 4th St. & Wabasha St.
Macy's Parking Ramp - Wabasha St. & 7th Place
7th Street Ramp - 7th St. & Wabasha St.
World Trade Center Ramp - 477 Cedar Ave. (enter on Cedar or Wabasha)
Mobility Impaired Services
Parking: There is curbside assistance offered for patrons, but The City of St Paul does not have specific parking locations designated for people with disabilities. People with disabilities may park free at any available meter with proper vehicle identification.
• Wheelchair transport assistance is available from curbside to the seat. Please notify the doorkeeper or usher upon arrival if you would like transport assistance.
Elevators: Elevators are located on Orchestra right near the main lobby, to the right of the Box Office. Elevators access the Mezzanine and a portion of the Balcony. Elevators do not access the Gallery level.
Wheelchair Seating: There is wheelchair seating. Please indicate any special needs when ordering tickets. Please refer to the available wheelchair seating options when ordering tickets:
• Main floor: N 102, 104, 302, 304
• Tier 1: Left box A 16, 18; Right box A 16, 18
• Tier 2: Left 7, 9; Right 7, 9
• Tier 1 and Tier 2 are accessible by elevator. Elevators to tier 1 level are located in the Concert Hall lobby as well as the Music Theater lobby. Elevators to tier 2 are only accessible through the concert hall lobby.
Accessible Restrooms: There is one, single occupancy, accessible restroom in the lobby to the left of the ticket office, past the coat check. There are three additional restrooms but the accessible restroom in the lobby is the easiest for anyone with mobility issues. There is one set of restrooms located just off the main lobby, down the stairs to left of the ticket counter. There is one on the mezzanine level on the north side (house right), and one at the balcony level directly above the mezzanine facilities.
Hearing/Visually Impaired Services
Programs: Large print programs are available at all performances upon request and Braille programs are available with one month advance notice from the date of the concert.
Listening Devices: Infra-red hearing devices available from Patron Services – main floor, near elevators.
Audio Description: Available by request when made at least one month prior to the performance.
For information from the Ordway, please visit their accessibility page at https://ordway.org/accessibility-services/.
Restaurant Sponsors and PartnersThese restaurants near Ordway Concert Hall are sponsors or partners of The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. We thank them for their support.