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DIRECTIONS AND PARKING

TheaterWorks
City Arts on Pearl
233 Pearl Street
Hartford, CT 06103s

FREE THEATER PARKING
FOR SUBSCRIBERS
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DIRECTIONS


I-91 heading South (from Massachusetts and points north)
Exit 31 - State Street.
At the end of the exit you will be at Columbus Boulevard.
Cross Columbus Blvd. and get in the center lane - this is State Street. Stay on State Street as it bends (through traffic light). Continue to the next light and cross over Main Street. State Street now becomes Pearl Street. Stay on Pearl, cross Trumbull Street. The theater will be on your left just before the intersection of Ann Uccello Street.

I-91 heading North (from New York and the Connecticut shoreline)
Exit 29A - Capital Area Exit.
Take long exit ramp, staying left and follow to the traffic circle. Take the frst right off the circle. Follow the road as it bends around Bushnell Park (you will pass Vito's Restaurant on your right). At the next light, take a right onto Trumbull Street. Take your 1st left onto Pearl Street. The theater will be on your left just before the intersection of Ann Uccello Street.

I-84 heading East (from West Hartford, Litchfield and Fairfield County)
Exit 48A - Asylum Street / Capital Avenue.
Stay left on the exit and follow for Asylum Street. Take a right onto Asylum Street. You will immediately pass under a train trestle. Continue through the next traffic light as the road bends sharply to the right but stay in the left lane. Take the next left at the light onto Pearl Street. You will pass a fire station on your right. Continue through the traffic light, crossing over Ann Uccello Street. The theater will be on your right immediaelty beyond this intersection.

I-84 heading West (from East Hartford, Tolland County and Boston)
Exit 54 - Downtown Hartford.
The exit will take you across Founders Bridge, follow straight through to the traffic light and State Street. Stay in the center lane on State Street as it bends (through 2nd traffic light). Continue to the next light and cross over Main Street. State Street now becomes Pearl Street. Stay on Pearl, cross Trumbull Street. The theater will be on your left just before the intersection of Ann Uccello Street.


PARKING

For Now the best audience parking in town - never more than $5.

Indoor Parking
CityPlace Garage - traveling east on Pearl Street, the garage is on your left one block up before the intersection of Trumbull Street (Closed on Sundays).

REMEMBER to bring your parking ticket to the theater for validation and the discounted rate.

You should no longer park in Goodwin Square Garage


ON EVENT NIGHTS: You may be asked to pay when parking. To receive our special rate, be sure to tell the attendant that you are going to TheaterWorks.

METERED PARKING: Downtown Hartford now uses a Pay & Display Parking Meter System for on-street parking. If you park before 6p.m. - you must use the meters which now accept coin and credit cards. Please carefully observe all city signage.

PLEASE NOTE: Parking on Pearl Street is not allowed between 2:30-6:30 p.m. on WEEKDAYS. Cars will be ticketed and towed. You may park at any metered spot for free anytime on Saturday or Sunday.

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ve a totally new experience when you visit TheaterWorks! We are still Hartford's home for the latest dramas, comedies and musicals that are usually sold-out in New York, Chicago, and London - not in a huge, impersonal venue - but in a gem-like 200 seat theater where the farthest seat is only eight rows from the stage. You can still see major stars from Broadway, film and television in a setting this intimate. But, whether you are a long-time friend of TheaterWorks or a first-time visitor, your trip to City Arts on Pearl is now a feast for your eyes and tastebuds. Arrive early or stay after the show and enjoy masterworks from the New Britain Museum of American Art in our new Gallery of American Art and indulge in wines and cuisine in bistro233, our new gallery cafe.  Please join us for downtown Hartford's newest destination for the hottest in theater, art, and more!