Parking and Directions
The Wind in the Willows will be performed at The Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts at SPSCC, 2011 Mottman Rd SW.
Directions to the SPSCC Center for the Arts:
From I-5 North or South
Take exit 104, onto Highway 101. Take the first exit (Crosby Boulevard) to the right. From the exit ramp, make a left turn onto Crosby Blvd.. You will cross over Highway 101, pass through one stoplight and come to the intersection of Crosby Blvd. and Mottman Road. Make a right turn onto Mottman Road and look for the next left turn, the entrance to the college. Parking is free and can be found going either left or right at the entrance.
From Highway 101 from Shelton, Aberdeen
Take the AutoMall, Crosby Blvd.exit off Highway 101. From the exit ramp, make a left turn onto Crosby Blvd. Take a right turn at the stoplight onto Mottman Road and look for the next left turn, the entrance to the college. Parking is free and can be found going either left or right at the entrance.
All of our other shows this season will be at the black box theater at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, in downtown Olympia.
The Washington Center is located at:
512 Washington St. SE
Olympia, WA 98501
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DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO THE CENTER
The Washington Center is located in downtown Olympia at 512 Washington St SE, in the block between 5th and Legion.
From areas north or south of Olympia:
Take I-5 to exit 105, “City Center.”
Proceed through the first traffic light, through a short tunnel.
Turn right at the next light onto “Capitol Way.”
Proceed eight blocks on Capitol Way to the third light.
Turn right on Legion Way.
Proceed one block, and turn left on Washington Street.
The Washington Center is the large beige building on the right.
City Parking Info
Here are some quick parking tips that will save you time and money.
Parking is FREE after 5:00 p.m. and on Weekends:
You can park free after 5:00 p.m., on weekends and on City recognized holidays at meters and City managed parking areas.
State Parking Lot
Public parking is available at State Visitor Parking Lots at a rate of 50 cents per hour. Learn how you can hop a bus to downtown free from the capitol - it’s easy just hop on the Dash offered by Intercity Transit.
City Parking Lots
The City manages three parking lots and offers leased parking in the following lots:
State and Capitol, monthly parking available.
4th and Columbia, recently converted into two sections; 3-hour metered spots, and a long term section for all day parking.
State and Washington, 3-hour and monthly parking available.
Olympia and Franklin, monthly parking available.
4th and Columbia (SE corner), monthly parking avialable.
Gravel lot off Columbia (between 4th and State Ave). State and Franklin, Free 2-hour and employee parking.
Private Parking Lots
Monthly, daily, and hourly parking is also available in private parking lots in downtown Olympia. Some private lots offer free parking on weekends and after 5:00 p.m. daily. Read the signs before parking!