Resources for Visitor
Where do I park?
If you are travelling to Keller Hall (located on the east bank of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus), there are several transportation options to choose from. To choose an option that works best for you (driving, transit system, biking), we recommend checking for details and services with Parking and Transportation Services.
If you are driving to campus, the parking facility closest to Keller Hall is Washington Avenue Parking Ramp (shown here on the right).
Other parking facilities include:
Church Street Garage
University Avenue Parking Ramp
Weisman Art Museum Garage
There are other parking facilities across campus, and you may want to choose based on factors such as how long you will be on campus, and access to campus fleet services (such as Campus Connector). You can also consider travelling to Keller Hall using the Metro Bus and/or light rail systems. Parking and Transportation Services has all the information you will need to plan your trip.
How do I get to Keller Hall from the airport?
You can use the Light Rail Service to travel from the airport to the University campus. Take the blue line from Terminal 1 or Terminal 2 to the US Bank Stadium station. Transfer to the green line heading east to campus; you will get off the train at the East Bank station which is less than a block from Keller Hall.
Taxi and Car Rentals
To take a taxi or shuttle at the airport, follow signs to Ground Transportation one level below baggage claim. Details on ground transportation arrangements are available on the MSP Airport web site. Travel from the airport to Keller Hall will take between 20 to 30 minutes depending on traffic and other driving conditions.
Where do I stay and what can I do?
The hotel closest to Keller Hall is the Graduate Minneapolis. It is located one block east, and is connected to the Washington Avenue Parking Ramp by an enclosed skyway. Other lodging options are the Days Inn on University Ave. SE, and the Courtyard Minneapolis Downtown located near the west bank of the Twin Cities campus.
While at the University, you can choose from a variety of entertainment and educational experiences. Visit the Weisman Art Museum, or the Bell Museum. Attend a performance at the Northrop or a concert at the Ted Mann Concert Hall. You can use the University events calendar to tours, shows, talks, and other events that are open to the public. For other points of interest in the Twin Cities, browse through Visit Saint Paul or the city of Minneapolis' offerings of things to do.