Directions and Parking
General Driving Directions
Stanford University is located about 30 miles south of San Francisco and about 20 miles north of San Jose, in Palo Alto. The campus is between the Bayshore Freeway (101) and the Junipero Serra Freeway (280). From 101, use the Embarcadero Road exit and follow the signs to Stanford. From 280, take the Sand Hill or Page Mill Road exits.
Bing Concert Hall
Parking for Bing Ticket Office and Bing Concert Hall can be found on Lasuen Street and in Galvez Lot. Please note that visitor parking spots are metered on weekdays until 4:00PM and is FREE after 4:00 PM and on weekends at all times. Please allow 30 minutes to find parking and locate your seat before concert start time. Parking areas near performance venues may fill quickly, depending on the size of the event and other simultaneously occurring events on campus.
Disabled parking, loading, and service–vehicle restrictions are enforced at all times.
Memorial Auditorium, Frost Amphitheater, and Memorial Church
For parking information for a specific venue, please visit the Venues section of this website.
For comprehensive campus parking information and maps, visit the parking page in the Visitor Information section of the main Stanford website.
Bike to the Bing!
Bing Concert Hall is a bicycle friendly venue with 244 racks available in front of the main entrance and student entrance. Bicycles are not allowed to obstruct walkways, railings, doorways or ramps intended for use by pedestrians or people with disabilities. Improperly parked bikes will be removed and impounded by Stanford Public Safety.
The Stanford Marguerite is Stanford University’s free public shuttle service, which travels around campus and connects to nearby transit, shopping, dining, and entertainment. Click below for maps and schedules.
Bay Area Transit
Stanford University is accessible by several transit agencies, making it possible to get to campus from just about anywhere. For full information about getting to Stanford campus on public transit, click below.