May Mobility

Getting To The Art Fair

Join us on July 20-22, 2023



Structures and Lot

  • Parking structures are a good bet for all-day parking. There are several to choose from that are a short walk away from Art Fair.

  • Parking fee: $18 per day; $9 after 5:00 PM

  • Find a map of the available structures here



Huron High School

2727 Fuller Rd.

  • Free Parking
  • Round trip $8.00
  • Kids 5 and under ride free
  • Shuttle stops: Fletcher and Washington streets; South University and Forest streets 

Briarwood Mall

100 Briarwood Circle (Behind Sears)

  • Free Parking
  • Round trip $8.00
  • Kids 5 and under ride free
  • Shuttle stops: Main Street at William Street; State Street near South University Street 
  • Buses return to both parking locations from either shuttle bus stops

Frequency and Service


  • Thursday—Friday, 9:00 AM—10:00 PM
    Saturday, 9:00 AM—8:00 PM
  • Pets are not allowed; service animals are welcomed
  • Buses and shuttles are wheelchair accessible and air-conditioned
  • See Map for Park & Ride shuttle locations at the fair

Art Fair Map



If you’re local to Ann Arbor, consider taking one of TheRide buses downtown. Adult fare for a single ride costs $1.50 and a day pass costs $4.50.

Buy tickets when boarding buses, online at TheRide’s website, with the EZ Fare mobile application, or in person at several locations in Ann Arbor.




The Art-Go-Round provides shuttle service around the perimeter of the Ann Arbor Art Fair, moving fairgoers from one end of the fair to the other and allowing folks to shop the breadth of the 30 city blocks without having to walk back to their starting point. Hop on a shuttle at any of the six Art-Go-Round stops located around the exterior of the fair and identified below.

  • FREE autonomous shuttle service

  • Vehicles link all three fairs (see map below for stops)

  • The Art-Go-Round powered by MAY’s A2GO service brings multiple Lexus RX 450h shuttles and one wheelchair-accessible vehicle (WAMS) to the streets surrounding the Ann Arbor Art Fair.

  • The shuttles operate using self-driving technology, but an Autonomous Vehicle Operator will always be in the driver’s seat to monitor the vehicle’s behavior and ensure safety for all on board.


    • Just line up at one of the six stops and hop on the next May Mobility vehicle that arrives!


    • Thursday & Friday | 9:30AM – 9:30PM

    • Saturday | 9:30AM – 8:30PM

May Mobility Art Fair Map


Experienced cyclists can use Ann Arbor network on bike lanes to get downtown while avoiding the hassle (and expense) of parking a car.

More than 1,000 bike parking spaces are scattered around including bike hoops, covered bike parking in parking structures or seasonal on-street racks.

Additional bike parking is available on the University of Michigan campus.

Those who regularly commute downtown also have access to bike lockers and bike houses.

Learn more about cycling downtown here.