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Location, Directions & Parking
I-75 CONSTRUCTION UPDATE (AS OF JULY 6, 2016):
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The Dayton Art Institute is located at:
456 Belmonte Park North
Dayton, Ohio 45405, USA
Phone: 937-223-4ART (4278)
General information email: email@example.com
The Dayton Art Institute is just off Interstate 75, minutes from downtown Dayton and the historic Oregon District. The Dayton International Airport is approximately 15 minutes by car.
Final Phase of I-75 Modernization Project
Please be aware that there is ongoing road construction on Interstate 75 in the downtown Dayton area; travel delays and detours are possible. The state of Ohio's Interstate 75 modernization project will result in many exit ramp changes through downtown Dayton as the project progresses. The final phase is under way and impacts several exits in downtown Dayton.
Please also note that the following southbound I-75 ramps in downtown Dayton are now permanently closed and will be replaced with a newly constructed ramp that is scheduled to open in 2016:
- Ramps from I-75 south to First Street and Third Street
- Ramps from Monument Avenue and Second Street to I-75 South
The following ramps will serve as primary detours to access downtown Dayton:
- Jefferson Street off U.S. 35
- Main Street off I-75 South
- Edwin C. Moses Boulevard off I-75
Temporary lane and ramp closures on I-75 and U.S. 35 may be possible throughout the construction project.
We make every effort to ensure our directions are up-to-date and accurate, but unexpected route changes may occur due to the nature of this construction. If you encounter a problem with our directions, please call 937-223-5277 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with details so we can make appropriate changes.
Driving Directions from North of Dayton via I-75:
Follow southbound I-75 into Dayton
Take the Main Street/Route 48 exit
At the base of exit ramp, proceed straight through traffic light (as if merging back onto I-75)
Take the Grand Avenue exit to the right
At the traffic light, turn left onto Great Miami Boulevard
Stay in the left lane and proceed straight through the next traffic light onto Riverview
(The DAI will be on your right)
Take the first right onto Belmonte Park North/ Rev. Edward A. Puff Memorial Blvd.
Turn right into The DAI parking lot
Driving Direction from South of Dayton via I-75:
Follow northbound I-75 toward Dayton
Take the Edwin C. Moses Blvd. exit
At the base of the exit ramp, turn right onto Edwin C. Moses Blvd.
Follow this route as it crosses Wolf Creek and becomes W. Riverview Ave.
Turn left onto Belmonte Park North/ Rev. Edward A. Puff Memorial Blvd.
Turn right into The DAI parking lot
Driving Directions via East and West U.S. 35
Due to ramp closures from U.S. 35 to Northbound I-75, it is recommended you take the Jefferson St. exit from either East or West U.S. 35.
Follow Jefferson St. North to Monument Ave.
Turn left on Monument Ave. and follow it across the river.
Turn right onto Riverview Ave.
Take the first left onto Belmonte Park North/Rev. Edward A. Puff Memorial Blvd.
Turn right into The DAI parking lot.
Travel by Bus
Greater Dayton RTA bus stops are located at the northeast corner of museum property for Route 12 (Forest and Stoddard Avenues). There is also an RTA stop at the corner of W. Riverview Ave. and Belmonte Park North (Route 8). For specific route information, please log on to: www.iriderta.org or dial the RTA call
center: (937) 425-8300.
A free parking lot is adjacent to the museum building. Additional parking is available on neighborhood streets and in paid lots in downtown Dayton.
Handicapped Parking: There are four (4) handicapped parking spaces in the museum parking lot, two (2) on the south side of the Entrance Rotunda and two (2) in front of the Rike Pavilion.
School/Bus Parking: Passengers should disembark at the General Motors Entrance Rotunda. Busses should not park in the parking lot; please exit the lot and park on Belmonte Park North.
Special Event Parking: If additional parking is needed for a special event at the museum, the Chief of Security may arrange for use of the Masonic Temple, Greek Orthodox Church and/or the rear of the museum building.
The museum facilities are fully accessible to physically challenged persons and meet all ADA requirements. The use of the wheelchairs and walkers are on a first come first serve basis. Elevators are conveniently located to ensure access to the galleries.