All our events are held in handicap-accessible buildings.

Martha-Ellen Tye Recital Hall, Music Hall, Iowa State University Campus

General parking is available in the Memorial Union parking ramp, East of the Music Hall on the Iowa State University campus. Handicapped parking is available on Morrill Road, just East of the Music Hall and Carver Hall, and also in the lot at the West door of the Music Hall.

Iowa State University also provides a map of campus with the Music Hall clearly marked.

To reach the Martha-Ellen Tye Recital Hall from the U.S. 30 freeway, take the Elwood Drive exit North one mile to Lincoln Way. Turn left (West) on Lincoln Way and drive approximately one-half mile to the Memorial Union on Morrill Road (to the right or North).

Walking from Memorial Union

If you’re parking in the Memorial Union parking ramp, you’ll need to walk to Music Hall for the concert. Leaving the Union building from the North entrance, you’ll walk out to the street (Union Drive) and turn left (West). When you reach the intersection of Union Drive and Morrill Road, you’ll turn up the hill on Morrill Road, not down the hill by the lake. The music building is the first building on the left; after taking an East-West pathway from the street, you will enter the building from the North.

First United Methodist Church

The First United Methodist Church is the location for two performances this season. The church is located at 516 Kellogg Ave, with an entrance to the parking lot off of Kellogg Ave. Parking is available, free of charge, in the lot south of the church.

St. John’s By the Campus Episcopal Church

2338 Lincoln Way, Ames, IA 50014
Located just on Lincoln Way and Stanton street just south of Lake Laverne and Iowa State University. St. John’s resides in Ames, Iowa. If you need more information or driving directions, please call us. We’d be happy to help you.

For wheelchair access, please enter from the parking lot at the rear of the church.  There will be someone available to assist you with the lift.

Policy Statement on Persons with Disabilities

Ames Town & Gown Chamber Music Association believes that exposure to the arts is an essential factor in leading a full life and reaffirms its commitment to making our chamber music events available to all people, including those with physical and cognitive disabilities. The Association will continue to enhance opportunities for enjoyment of chamber music by people with disabilities and will use best efforts to assure that their needs are taken into account in its programs, activities, and facilities.