Location, Parking, and Directions

LOCATION:

The Harris Theater for Music and Dance is located at 205 East Randolph at the north end of Millennium Park in downtown Chicago, and is accessible via public transportation, car, bike, or on foot. 

SELF-PARKING & GARAGE ACCESS:

Self-parking is available in the Millennium Park Garage. The main garage entrance is located at 5 South Columbus Drive, with both northbound and southbound access available. When entering the garage, follow signs for the Millennium Park Garage and NOT the Millennium Lakeside Garage. Once inside the Millennium Park Garage, turn right and follow Harris Theater signs that direct you toward the Randolph Street Pedestrian Exit. Parking levels 2 and 3 North offer the most convenient access to the Theater. Once parked, please take the parking garage elevators to the street level ( Level 7) of the garage, exit, and take a left on Randolph to enter through our Upper Randolph doors at 205 E. Randolph. For vehicles displaying disability placards or plates, there are accessible parking spaces near the Randolph Street Pedestrian Exit on all garage levels. Discounted parking validation for Millennium Park Garage is available for all ticket holders inside the Level 1 lobby. With validation, parking in the Millennium Park Garage is $19 for up to six (6) hours. We are unable to validate for Millennium Lakeside, Grant Park North, and Grant Park South Garages. Millennium Park Garage is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Patrons may also book parking online in advance here

For further details about parking validation, please contact the box office at 312.334.7777. Regular box office hours are 12:00–5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday and on days with performances through intermission.

ACCESSING THE THEATER FROM THE GARAGE: Self-parking & garage access:

All patrons must have their performance ticket in-hand or on their phone to gain access to the lobbies at the Harris Theater. All box office services are available at our street level entrance on Upper Randolph, prior to having tickets scanned.  If you park in the Millennium Park Garage, please take the parking garage elevators to the street level ( Level 7) of the garage, exit, and take a left on Randolph to enter through our Upper Randolph doors at 205 E. Randolph. 

STREET PARKING: 

Limited street parking is also available on Columbus, Stetson, and Beaubien Avenue—north of the Harris facility—via pay boxes. 

DIRECTIONS IF ARRIVING VIA PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: 

CTA:

The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) train stations close to the Harris Theater include the Red Line Washington Street station and Lake Street station, the Brown/Green/Orange/Purple Line trains’ Washington/Wabash station and State/Lake station. After exiting any of these stations, walk east on Randolph Street to the Theater at 205 East Randolph.

For additional directions to the Harris Theater, including bus routes, call the CTA Travel Information Center at 312.836.7000 or visit transitchicago.com.

METRA:

If arriving downtown via Metra trains, taxi cabs and CTA buses are all immediately available.

From Union Station take CTA’s #151 bus directly to Millennium Park.

From Ogilvie Transportation Center take CTA’s #20 or #56 bus directly to Millennium Park.

From LaSalle Street Station take CTA’s #147 and #151 bus directly to Millennium Park.

Randolph Street Metra Station and South Shore Line Station exit directly on Michigan Avenue and Randolph, just one block from the Harris Theater and at the Northwest corner of Millennium Park.

For additional Metra station information and up to date train schedules please visit metrarail.com.

TAXIS AND RIDESHARES:

There is a taxi cab stand located on westbound Randolph (across the street from the theater, in front of the Aon Building), as well as on northbound Stetson Avenue. Rideshare pickup and drop off is permitted in front of our main lobby doors. 

If you require any assistance with hailing a taxi cab or calling a cab company after the event, please ask a member of our house staff.  


If you have any additional questions about navigating our space, or about accessible services available at the Harris, please visit our Accessibility Page or email access@harristheaterchicago.org.