We recommend the South Limestone Garage (PS#5) on the corner of Limestone and Avenue of Champions or the Bill Gatton Student Center Lot located off Avenue of Champions. Metered spaces are also available in various locations across campus. Parking with an ADA permit can also be found at several locations on campus. Visitor parking rates are generally $2 per hour in lots or garages or by 15-min increments at parking meters.
More information and parking alerts can be found on the University of Kentucky Parking and Transportation Services website or by calling their office at (859-257-7433).
The University of Kentucky does not own or operate a hotel or other lodging accommodations. Please utilize your favorite travel app to locate accommodations near campus. The Visit Lex website also provides a listing of nearby hotels.
Take exit 113 (marked Paris/Lexington). Turn right off the exit ramp onto North Broadway (US 68). Follow through downtown approximately 3.5 miles. Two blocks past the Hyatt Regency Lexington, turn left onto West Maxwell Street. Follow to the corner of UK's campus, turning right on Rose Street. King Library is not situated on a street, so you'll need to find parking and review campus maps.
Turn right off the exit onto Versailles Road (US 60). Follow it about 10 miles until it becomes a one way street (West Maxwell Street). Follow to the corner of UK's campus, turning right on Rose Street. The King Library is not situated on a street so you'll need to find parking and review campus maps.
Take exit 104 (marked Athens/Lexington). Turn left off the ramp onto Athens Boonesboro Road (which turns into Richmond Road, and then Main Street without taking any turns). Follow for 8.2 miles to downtown. Turn left onto Rose Street. The King Library is not situated on a street so you'll need to find parking and review campus maps.
The Margaret I. King Library is situated in the middle of campus, bordered by the Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library on the North, the Fine Arts Building on the Northeast, Maxwell Place on the East, Chemistry-Physics on the Southeast, and Pence Hall on the Southwest. The Special Collections Research Center is on the north side of King Library, the side facing Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library. See a campus map for more details.
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