Here are some guidelines around getting to the Tett and enjoying your visit!
The Kingston Xpress bus stops right in front of the Tett. Plan your bus trip. There are also a number of bicycle racks on site and a special pedestrian crossing located on King Street.
If you are visiting the Tett Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. there are parking spots available in the lower lot at a cost of $1.50 per hour. Use the Pay and Display machine to purchase your time. *Please keep in mind Tett tenant parking signage and numbered spots are for Tett tenants only.
Parking is free after 5 p.m. in the lower parking lot unless there is an event taking place on site. Signs will be posted outside the main entrance of either facility or visit the event calendars at theisabel.ca or tettcentre.org.
Parking is free all day Saturday and Sunday in the lower parking lot unless there is an event taking place on site. Signs will be posted outside the main entrance of either facility or visit the event calendars at theisabel.ca or tettcentre.org.
During an event at The Isabel, a flat rate of $5.00 will be enforced and tickets must be purchased using the Pay and Display machines in both the upper and lower lots.
There are a number of accessible parking spaces available in the in both the lower parking lot and the upper lot across from the Tett. Please ensure your accessible parking permit is visible and follow the signage requirements as indicated.
There are three drop-off spots in front of the Tett. Please note these spots can only be used for up to 5 minutes. There is also a drop-off area available in the turn-around but cars cannot be left unattended as this is also a fire route.
Parking is also available on some of the *side streets located close to the Tett but make sure to note restrictions and please do not block driveways. St. Mary's of the Lake Hospital (Providence Continuing Care) has a parking lot that can be accessed from Union Street at a cost of $2 per hour ($6/day maximum) and is about a 10 minute walk from the Tett.
*Ellerbeck Street, Livingston Ave. and Pembrook Street