The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall is located in the heart of downtown Portland at SW Broadway and Main, making Oregon Symphony concerts easily accessible by car, bus, streetcar, light rail, and bicycle.
Parking options near the hall include street parking, parking lots, and garages. Make sure you leave plenty of time to find parking, as the spots nearest the hall often fill quickly and latecomers may not be seated until a suitable break in the program. Street parking is metered until 7 pm daily.
Prefer not to drive? The Schnitz is easily accessible by TriMet, with most downtown buses, all five MAX light rail lines, and the Portland Streetcar stopping within a few minutes’ walk.
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Check out this handy map from the Bureau of Transportation to find the safest route to the hall. You’ll find bike racks in front of the SW Broadway entrance, and many others nearby.
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