The Goodman is conveniently located in close proximity to major highways and Lake Shore Drive, as well as major CTA rail lines and many bus routes.
Discounted Parking for Goodman Patrons
Our partners at InterPark offer special rates for the 2022/2023 Season!
Government Center Self Park (GC) - 181 N. Clark Street
Located on the southeast corner of Clark and Lake Streets. Goodman Theatre patrons get $17 pre-paid parking*.
Theatre District Self Park (TD) - 181 N. Dearborn Street
Located across from the theater on Dearborn Street. Goodman Theatre Patrons get $21 pre-paid parking*.
*All parking rates subject to change.
Purchasing your pre-paid parking is easy:
Parking passes are completely flexible; you can use them during any performance date or time during the 2022/2023 Season (through August 2023).
All passes must be purchased in advance and scanned upon entry and exit of the garage. Make sure to record your garage selection and reference your printable barcode for location and instructions.
For Customer Service: Please call 312-935-2800, follow the prompt and press 1, during normal business hours. Or, email firstname.lastname@example.org and expect to receive a reply within 24 hours.
Goodman Theatre is approximately one block from CTA “L” subway lines and many bus routes. For CTA information, call 312.836.7000 or visit TransitChicago.com.
The nearest accessible train stations include the Red Line stop at Lake, and the Blue, Pink, Green, Orange, Purple and Brown Line stop at Clark/Lake. Please check here for elevator alerts. Chicago busses are accessible; the nearest stops are on Dearborn & Randolph and Clark and Lake.
Motorcoach and Bus Parking
Buses and motor coaches may drop off passengers in front of the Goodman Theatre main entrance located on Dearborn Street between Randolph and Lake streets. These vehicles may NOT park in front of the theater for the duration of the show. Below are parking options for buses and motor coaches.
For the most up-to-date motor coach parking info, please refer to this link, supplied by the Choose Chicago.