Old Dominion University Libraries

F. Ludwig Diehn
Composers Room

Diehn Fine & Performing Arts Bldg.
49th & Elkhorn Ave.
Norfolk, VA
757-683-4173

Driving directions

Monday - Thursday
Friday
Saturday-Sunday
8am-9pm
8am-5pm
1pm-5pm

Exhibits and Events

About F. Ludwig Diehn

Touring the Diehn Composers Room

Policies & Procedures

Collection Development Policy

 

Directions to the F. Ludwig Diehn Composers Room

From the North:

From the South:

Location in the Fine and Performing Arts Building

Take I-64 East to Norfolk

Drive through the Hampton Roads Tunnel

Approximately 6 miles after leaving the tunnel, you will see a sign, TO TERMINAL BLVD, TO ODU / NEXT RIGHT

As you bear right there is another sign I-564 / TO TERMINAL BLVD / TO NAVAL BASES

Follow Terminal Blvd. until you reach Hampton Blvd. (the 3rd traffic light)

Turn left onto Hampton Blvd.

Drive down Hampton Blvd. to 49th St.

Turn right onto 49th St, the entrance to Old Dominion University

The Diehn Fine & Performing Arts Center is on your left, at the corner of 49th St. and Elkhorn Ave. There is metered parking in the lot on Elkhorn Ave. You also may go to the Parking Garage at the end of Elkhorn Ave. (corner of Elkhorn Ave. and 43rd St.) to purchase a one-day parking pass.

Take Route 58 East through the Midtown Tunnel in Portsmouth

Bear left out of the tunnel onto Hampton Blvd.

Follow Hampton Blvd. to 49th Street.

Turn left onto 49th Street, the entrance to Old Dominion University

The Diehn Fine & Performing Arts Center is on your left, at the corner of 49th St. and Elkhorn Ave. There is metered parking in the lot on Elkhorn Ave. You also may go to the Parking Garage at the end of Elkhorn Ave. (corner of Elkhorn Ave. and 43rd St.) to purchase a one-day parking pass.

Enter the main double doors of the Diehn Fine & Performing Arts Center on Elkhorn Ave

Turn right at the first first hallway (just before reaching the water fountains) and walk as far as you can go

At the end of the hall, turn through the doors to the right

Make an immediate left

Go straight down the hall and through the tall fire doors

The "Ludwig Diehn Composers Room" is straight ahead of you

Enter the area through the wood-framed doors, then use the double door on your right