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.
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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 Margaret I. King Library Building will be on your right. The entrance to the SCRC is on the north side of the building.
The Special Collections Research Center is located in the Margaret I. King Library Building. The entrance is on the north side of the building. The King Library Building is located in the central campus, south of Patterson Drive and west of Rose Street, between the Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library and Pence Hall.
For more information, please consult the University of Kentucky Campus Map, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-257-1742.
The Special Collections Research Center is located in the Margaret I. King Library and accessible through the north entrance.
Find all the spaces and technology available in the SCRC and explore our wide-ranging Kentucky & Appalachia Collections. Learn about creating an account and planning a visit, or Ask an Archivist for specialized help using primary sources.
The Basement is home to the King Library Press.
Users must sign in at the front desk. The Ford Center Classroom, the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, and the Learning Lab are located on the First Floor.
The Breckinridge Research Room is available for viewing SCRC materials or quiet study. The Breckinridge Digital Studio features several scanners for digitizing materials. The Great Hall is used for events and class sessions on Teaching with Primary Sources.
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