Nestled on the shores of beautiful Lake Champlain, with stunning views of the Adirondack Mountains across the water, Burlington is regularly listed on top-ten lists of America's best communities to live in and visit. Nationally renowned for the strengths of its performing and visual arts communities, Burlington is also a center for outdoor recreation, including swimming, boating, and water sports on Lake Champlain; a seven-mile bike and walking path along the lake shore; and hiking, skiing, and riding in the famed Green Mountains just 45 minutes away
From I-89 (both northbound and southbound) to the Flynn (153 Main Street, Burlington, Vermont 05401):
Take Interstate 89 S, and get off at Burlington Exit 14W. This road turns into Main Street; go down the hill through about 6+ traffic lights. You will see the Flynn marquee on the left. The front entrance to the theater is at 153 Main Street and is on the left across from the park. For stage door and loading dock (production use ONLY), turn left at traffic light at Church St. proceed less than half a block and take a right into parking lot with black iron fence - stage door is straight ahead in building.
Smart meters have been installed in the downtown core, including in front of the Flynn. The rate at smart meters is $1.50 per hour with no time limits. Smart meters accept credit/debit cards and are enforced Monday through Saturday until 9 pm. Non-smart meters are available throughout Downtown Burlington, outside the core area. These meters have variable rates (typically $1 per hour) and are enforced hours Monday through Saturday, 9 am through 6 pm. Meter parking is free on Sundays and holidays.
The first two hours are free in all city garages. City garages are also free on Sundays and holidays. Visit Park Burlington’s interactive parking guide for a full list of parking options near the Flynn, including information about rates and handicapped parking.