Visitors are encouraged to park in the Cornerstone Garage (409 South Limestone), located at the corner of Limestone and Avenue of Champions. Garage parking rates are $2 per hour, up to a maximum charge of $16. Parking is also available in the Bill Gatton Student Center Lot located off Avenue of Champions, at $2 per hour for a maximum of 12 hours. The nearest visitor ADA permit parking spaces are located in this lot.
For more parking information, including maps, single-day permits, alerts, and assistance locating ADA accessible parking, please visit University of Kentucky Parking and Transportation Services or call 859-257-7433.
Parking and Transportation Services also provides information on biking and on-campus bus routes. Find us on campus using the UK Campus Map.
From the Cornerstone Garage, use the Pedestrian Walkway, accessible from Level 3, to cross over Limestone. Continue on the sidewalk, passing between the Patterson Office Tower on your left and the Main Building on your right. Follow the sidewalk as it bears left in front of the Patterson Office Tower, then continue straight, passing White Hall and Lafferty Hall on your left. The Fine Arts Library will be on your left.
The Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library is located in the central campus, south of Patterson Drive and west of Rose Street, adjacent to the Margaret I. King Library and the Fine Arts Building.
For more information, please consult the University of Kentucky Campus Map, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-257-2800.
The Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library features open seating, reservable spaces, public computers, printing and scanning services, the Fine Arts Media Center, and several special collections. Restrooms and drinking fountains may be found on each floor.
Find all spaces and technology available at the Fine Arts Library and explore our Fine Arts Library Collections.
The First Floor holds the library’s reference and catalogue raisonne collections. Open seating for collaborative or quiet study is available on the patio, in the lobby, and throughout the First Floor. Reservable spaces include the John Jacob Niles Gallery. The Reference Desk is located just inside the entrance. Tech resources include computer workstations, a printer, a book-eye scanner, and microform readers. The Fine Arts Library Media Center holds the library’s collection of video and sound recordings and features six listening and viewing carrels, and the Niles Reading Room may be used for viewing special collections. Use lockers for personal belongings.
The Second Floor holds the library’s print collections, including collected editions, oversize books, and scores. Open seating is available across the floor. Reservable spaces include seven study rooms, the Johnson Classroom, and the Seminar Classroom. Find computer workstations and a printer. Use lockers for personal belongings.
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