Directions, Parking, and Tours
From north (Chicago): I-65 south to Exit 178, SR 43 south. Follow SR 43 to West Lafayette (7 mi.) to the light at the intersection of SR 43 and SR 26/State Street. Turn right on SR 26/State Street and proceed to the second light at the top of the hill, Grant Street. Turn right on Grant - the Purdue Memorial Union will be on your left. The Grant Street parking garage will be on your right. The Purdue Memorial Union (and Union Hotel) is directly across the street from the parking garage. Two entrances with awnings face Grant Street.
From south (Indianapolis): I-65 north to Exit 172, SR 26 west. Follow SR 26 through Lafayette (it is called South Street in town, but you will see signs for SR 26). At the top of the hill as you enter downtown, the road will split and the one-way west road will be called Columbia Street. Continue through Lafayette, over the Wabash River and into West Lafayette. After passing River Road/SR 43, proceed to the second light at the top of the hill, Grant Street. Turn right on Grant - the Purdue Memorial Union will be on your left. The Grant Street parking garage will be on your right. The Purdue Memorial Union (and Union Hotel) is directly across the street from the parking garage. Two entrances with awnings face Grant Street.
Visitors to campus may park free in "A," "B" and "C" areas after 5:00 pm on weekdays and all day on weekends, unless otherwise posted. Parking is also available at metered areas on campus, unless the meters are designated for patrons of laboratories or medical facilities.
We recommend parking in the Grant Street Garage across from the Purdue Memorial Union. As you enter the Union from Grant Street, the Robert L. Ringel Gallery is located up the stairs on the Main floor, immediately to your left.
To find the Stewart Center Gallery, proceed all the way through the Union building, exit the far end and enter the next building, Stewart Center. You'll find the gallery two-thirds of the way down the main floor hallway on your right.
Purdue Galleries prepare and present programs for both on-site class visits to the galleries and galleries staff visits to classrooms.
We customize gallery programs to fit each class visit depending on size of group, time constraints, and teachers’ specifications, including tours, hands-on activities, lectures, and workshops.
Hands-on printmaking activities are available for classes and community groups, as well as a presentation on the history and development of printmaking.
Exhibition tours and visits can be arranged by contacting Craig Martin at (765) 494-3061 or email@example.com.