Directions & Parking

Locations

Keller Auditorium
222 SW Clay Street
Portland, Oregon 97201

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Parking options include:

  • Street parking (metered until 7 p.m.—obey signs)
  • Pay surface lots (look for signs around theaters)
  • Smart Park parking garages (click icon on right side of page for locations)

Directions:

BY CAR
From I-5 Southbound or I-84 Westbound
Follow I-5 to the City Center/Oregon City Exit. Follow the signs toward City Center. After crossing the Morrison Bridge, follow SW Washington to 3rd Avenue. Turn Left. Go 10 blocks to SW Clay St. Keller Auditorium is the building on the left.

From I-5 Northbound
Follow I-5 to Front Avenue/Naito Parkway exit. Follow signs to Front Ave/Naito Pkwy. Cross Front/Naito and continue 3 blocks to SW 3rd Avenue. Keller Auditorium is the building on the left.

From Highway 26 Eastbound (Sunset Hwy.)
After going through the Vista Ridge Tunnel, get in the center lane. Take the Market St./City Center Exit.Continue on SW Market to 3rd Avenue. Keller Auditorium is the building on the left.

From Highway 26 Westbound (Ross Island Bridge)or Highway 99E (McLoughlin Blvd.)
After coming off the Ross Island Bridge, follow signs to Highway 26/Front Avenue (Naito Parkway). Turn right onto Front/Naito at the stop signal. At signal, turn left onto SW Clay Street, and continue for 3 blocks to SW 3rd Avenue. Keller Auditorium is the building on the left.

BY BUS

All Tri-Met buses destined for Portland City Center converge on the transit mall. Northbound buses travel 6th Avenue through the center of town, and Southbound buses travel on 5th Avenue. Ask your bus driver to let you out at the stop nearest SW Clay St. Walk east on Clay to 3rd Avenue. Keller Auditorium is at the corner of 3rd and Clay.

For more information about Tri-Met and riding MAX or the Portland Streetcar, please visit www.trimet.org.

*MAX LIGHT RAIL DELAYS MAY 8 - 20
MAX service will be disrupted and trains will likely be extremely crowded May 8–21 as crews make improvements to tracks, switches and equipment along 1st Avenue in Downtown Portland. MORE