From Downtown St. Louis and points East
Take I-64/40 West to the Clayton Road exit (#34B). At the top of the ramp, turn right onto Skinker Blvd. After approx. 1.25 miles, turn left onto Forest Park Pkwy. Proceed approx. ½ mile and turn left onto Throop Drive. To your left will be the Millbrook parking garage. Park in any available yellow spot. The Law School (Anheuser-Busch Hall) is to the right of the intersection of Throop Drive and Snow Way. You will need to pick up a Daily Parking Pass from the Admissions Office (Suite 303 of Anheuser-Busch Hall) to park in the Millbrook parking garage.
From the West or South via I-44E or I-55 North
Take I-64/40 East to the McCausland exit (#33D). Turn left off the exit ramp. After 1.5 miles, turn left onto Forest Park Pkwy. Proceed approx. ½ mile and turn left onto Throop Drive. To your left will be the Millbrook parking garage. Park in any available yellow spot. The Law School (Anheuser-Busch Hall) is to the right of the intersection of Throop Drive and Snow Way. You will need to pick up a Daily Parking Pass from the Admissions Office (Suite 303 of Anheuser-Busch Hall) to park in the Millbrook parking garage.
Snow Way Garage – Visitor parking is conveniently located on the 4th level of the Snow Way Garage. The current fee for parking is $2.00 per hour or $9.00 a day. Payment will be required upon exiting the garage; cash (no coins) and credit cards are accepted. The Snow Way Garage is designated as number 97 on the Campus Parking Map.
BY METROLINK AND METROBUS
There are several Metro stations and bus lines that service the Danforth campus. Please visit the Metro website for station locations, bus stops and routes, schedules, and fare information.
If you are flying into Lambert International Airport, you can find taxis outside Exit MT 14 of the Main Terminal and Exit ET 12 and ET 14 of the East Terminal. Fares to Washington University will run about $30-$40, plus tip.
Uber and Lyft are also available for transportation from the airport to WashULaw.
Airport/On-site: Rental car counters are located between Exits MT17 and MT12, lower level, Terminal 1.
Airport/Off-site: Call toll free near Exits MT17 and MT12 in Terminal 1. Rental car shuttle vans pick-up outside Exit MT17 or in Terminal 2 outside Exit ET12.
Public transportation from the airport to the WashULaw from St. Louis Lambert International Airport.
MetroLink is St. Louis’ light rail system. The airport stops are located on the upper level of the Main Terminal at Exit MT1 and the East Terminal though the parking garage on all levels. Please visit MetroLink for schedules and fares.
Getting around the university
The Law School is located in Anheuser-Busch Hall on the Danforth Campus of Washington University in St. Louis. Click here for a Campus Map.
The Danforth Campus is the heart of Washington University – which also includes the Medical Campus in the Central West End, North Campus, and West Campus locations. The Danforth Campus is very accessible, either on foot or by car.
Getting around the city
It’s easy to get around St. Louis. We suggest having access to a car during your visit, but if you don’t here are several transportation options.
- Public Transportation: Bi-State offers many convenient routes connecting the campus with the surrounding communities, including MetroLink (light rail system). Contact Bi-State at (314) 231-2345 for route information or contact our office at (314) 935-4525. We can help you plan your itinerary.
- Taxis: Taxi service is available throughout the city of St. Louis by calling in advance or at major hotels around the city. We recommend several taxicab companies.
Laclede Cab Co., (314) 652-3456, lacledecab.com
ABC & Checker Cab Co., (314) 766-7433
Archway Cab Co., (314) 535-9377
Uber and Lyft are also available through their apps
- University Shuttle System: The University provides several shuttle systems in the area immediately surrounding the Danforth Campus.Click here for a link to the shuttle schedules. There is also a Campus Circulator that provides shuttle services from the two new campus MetroLink stations to various locations around the Danforth Campus.