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The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University is nestled within the University’s central campus, conveniently located off of Campus Drive and Duke University Road.

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For GPS navigation systems and on-line maps, use 650 Alexander Avenue, Durham, NC 27705. For accessible parking and passenger drop-off, use 700 Anderson Street, Durham, NC 27705 and use the driveway at the front of the museum for access.


Prior to parking, visitors may be dropped off at the 700 Anderson Street entrance, where three accessible parking spots are available. The museum’s lower parking lot has eight accessible parking spots. For assistance or more information please call 919-684-5135.

Find out more about The Nasher Museum’s commitment to accessibility throughout the museum.

The museum’s 100-space public parking lot, east of the building, is accessible from either Campus Drive or Duke University Road. Parking at the museum is $2 per hour, payable at kiosks in the museum lot. The winding stepped path from the parking lot to the main entrance is about 100 yards.

Overflow Parking

In the event that the Nasher parking lot may be full there is overflow parking available on Anderson Street at the nearest parking lot – at Duke Gardens.

DIRECTIONS FROM CAMPUS DRIVE TO OVERFLOW PARKING: Take a left onto Campus Drive and a right onto Anderson Street at the first light, and the Duke Gardens overflow parking lot entrance is on the left-hand side of the street.

DIRECTIONS FROM DUKE UNIVERSITY ROAD TO OVERFLOW PARKING: From the main Nasher parking lot take a right onto Duke University Road and at the first light, take a right onto Anderson Street, after the light at Anderson and Campus Drive the Duke Gardens overflow parking lot entrance is on the left-hand side of the street.

Please see the map below to the Andserson Street Duke Gardens overflow lot. Download a PDF of this map and additional information.

360° Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour inside the Nasher Museum—and see how the museum connects Duke’s campus with downtown Durham.

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