► Plan ahead for your visit! Please be advised of City of Houston construction on Montrose Boulevard.

The City of Houston has begun work on a major sewer upgrade on Montrose Boulevard between Barkdull and Bissonnet streets. During the City’s project, the two center lanes of traffic on Montrose—one northbound, and one southbound—are blocked for excavation. This means that there is no access from the southbound lane of Montrose into the 5101 Montrose garage. Access to and from the Montrose parking garage is only possible via the northbound lane. Visitors must turn right out of the garage when exiting.

While the new mid-block crosswalk across Montrose to the Glassell School of Art and The Brown Foundation, Inc. Plaza is now active, those using the crosswalk should take extra caution, since construction may reduce drivers’ visibility.

The City’s best estimate is that this work will last through the month of August.

Parking Beginning in Summer 2018

Parking is available at the Glassell School of Art’s new underground parking garage at 5101 Montrose Boulevard.

Free parking is available for up to 30 minutes. Space is limited. Please visit mfah.org/parking for additional information and fees for parking 31 minutes or more.

Street parking is available in the surrounding neighborhood. Observe and comply with all “No Parking” signs and regulations when parking on the street.