Ordway

 

345 Washington Street, St. Paul, MN 55102

 

Directions

From 94 eastbound: Take the Fifth Street exit. Follow Fifth Street to Washington Street. Turn right onto Washington Street. Ordway is on the right.

From 94 westbound: Take the Sixth Street exit. Follow Sixth Street to Washington Street. (Washington Street is the second left after St. Peter Street.) Turn left onto Washington Street. Proceed 1½ blocks. Ordway is on the right.

From 35E northbound: Take the Kellogg Boulevard exit. Turn right onto Kellogg Boulevard. Go to West Seventh Street. Turn left onto West Seventh Street. Go one block and turn right onto Fifth Street. Follow Fifth Street to Washington Street. Turn right onto Washington Street. Ordway is on the right.

From 35E southbound: Take the Tenth Street exit. Follow Tenth Street to Cedar Street and turn left onto Cedar Street. Follow Cedar Street to Sixth Street and turn right onto Sixth Street. Follow Sixth Street to Washington Street. (Washington Street is the second left after St. Peter Street.) Turn left onto Washington Street. Proceed 1½ blocks. Ordway is on the right.

 

Parking

Pre-paid and general entrance parking is available at the Lawson Commons Ramp (in the same building as Kincaid’s). If you bought prepaid parking vouchers, use these directions to enter the reserved lot on Sixth Street.  If you don’t have prepaid vouchers, the general-public entrance for Lawson Commons Ramp is on Fifth Street.

From 94 eastbound: Take the Fifth Street exit. Follow Fifth Street to Wabasha Street. Turn left on Wabasha Street. Go one block to Sixth Street. Turn left on Sixth Street – the entrance to the reserved lot is on the left.

From 94 westbound: Take the Sixth Street exit. Follow Sixth Street to the Lawson Commons Ramp – the entrance to the reserved lot is on the left just past Wabasha Street.

From 35E northbound: Take the Kellogg Boulevard exit. Turn right on Kellogg Boulevard. Follow Kellogg Boulevard to Wabasha Street. Turn left on Wabasha Street. Take Wabasha Street to Sixth Street. Turn left on Sixth Street – the entrance to the reserved lot is on the left.

From 35E southbound: Take the Tenth Street exit. Follow Tenth Street to Cedar Street. Turn left on Cedar Street. Follow Cedar Street to Sixth Street. Turn right on Sixth Street. The entrance to the reserved lot is on the left just past Wabasha Street.

 

What if I have special needs?

For patrons with disabilities, wheelchair-accessible seats, restrooms and other facilities are available at Ordway. Please indicate your needs when ordering tickets. Braille and large-print programs are available at Patron Services in Ordway’s first level lobby. Audio description will be available each Minnesota Opera season. Call 612-333-6669 for details. Opera patrons who are hearing-impaired may use infrared listening systems available at Patron Services. English translations are also projected above the stage for all productions. For more information visit our accessibility information and the Ordway’s accessibility information

 

Can I take pictures?

Cameras and recording equipment are strictly prohibited in the theater. Please have all mobile phones and pagers turned to the silent mode. Please check these items with an usher.

 

Can I bring in my food and beverage?

As of March 2015, beverages purchased at Ordway Concessions are allowed in the Music Theater. Hot beverages must have a lid. Food is not permitted in the theater.

 

Is smoking allowed?

Ordway is a smoke free facility.

 

Is there a lost and found?

Lost and found is located at the Stage Door. Call 651-282-3070 for more information. Items of value are turned in to Patron Services during an event and non-valuable items are given to Coat Check during an event when Coat Check is open.

Once an event concludes, any lost and found items from either location are brought to the Stage Door and stored there until they are claimed.

 

What if there is an emergency?

The phone number for emergencies is 651-282-3000. Emergency messages are delivered immediately during performances. Persons expecting emergency messages should leave their seat locations with the calling party and should notify the Event Supervisor upon arrival at the theater (let the Ticket Office or an usher know you need to contact the Event Supervisor).

 

Can children attend?

Children under the age of six are not permitted in the hall. Children over the age of six are welcome for most performances; however, some operas are more appropriate for children than others. Please call Patron Services at 612-333-6669 for age recommendations.

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