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IND R1 Car 100 (1930). Credit - Black Paw Photo

 

Plan your Visit

 

The New York Transit Museum in Downtown Brooklyn is now open! Advance tickets and masks are required.  Learn about new policies and procedures and how to prepare for your visit here.

TRANSIT MUSEUM DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN

The Transit Museum is located in a decommissioned subway station at 99 Schermerhorn Street Brooklyn, NY 11201, and accessible by over 20 bus and subway lines. The entrance to the Museum is down two flights of stairs. A second, wheelchair-accessible entrance is located on the corner of Schermerhorn and Court Streets. Tickets are not available on site and must be reserved online in advance. 

*Please be advised that the Museum cannot accommodate group visits at this time. If your school or camp is interested in a field trip, check out our virtual offerings in the Programs menu. 

Hours
Thursday – Sunday, 10am* to 4pm

*Please note that the 10am time slot each day is reserved for Members only. Non-members may reserve tickets in any available time slot starting at 10:30am.

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All visitors, including members, must reserve tickets online in advance.

Admission
Adults: $10
Children (2-17): $5
Seniors 62+: $5
Museum Members: Free
MTA Employees: Free (use code goingyourway during check out)
Visitors with Disabilities: $5 (use code welcome during check out)
(Must show MTA Reduced-Fare MetroCard, MTA Reduced-Fare Easy Pay Card, Access-a-Ride Card, Able-Ride Card, Para-transit Card, or Suffolk County Accessible Transportation (SCAT) Card upon arrival.)

Affiliates and reciprocal members, including Cool Culture Family Pass holders, museum employees, as well as to members of institutions worldwide that participate in the ASTC and Time Travelers programs, please book your advance affiliate tickets here.

* Please click here to read our photography/video policy. 

* Children ages 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

* Please note that the Transit Museum is located in a historic decommissioned subway station and only some areas have a controlled climate.

For directions to the Transit Museum in Downtown Brooklyn, use the widget above, the MTA’s Trip Planner, or Google Maps.

 

GRAND CENTRAL GALLERY & STORE

Don’t miss our gallery of rotating exhibits and retail store in Grand Central Terminal! Located just off the Main Concourse in the Shuttle Passage, adjacent to the Station Masters’ Office. The Terminal’s Main Concourse is accessible by wheelchair from both Lexington Avenue and 42nd Street. It is not accessible from Vanderbilt Avenue.

Hours
Tuesday – Saturday, 11:30am to 6pm

*Masks are required throughout the Terminal.

**Note that strollers are not permitted in the Gallery & Store. Additionally, Grand Central Terminal does not permit unattended strollers. Please consider leaving your strollers at home.

Admission
Free

For directions to Grand Central Terminal, use the widget above, the MTA’s Trip Planner, or Google Maps.

 

NY TRANSIT MUSEUM SHOP AT 2 BROADWAY 

Located just across the street from the Bowling Green subway station, the NY Transit Museum Store at 2 Broadway in Lower Manhattan offers all the must-have transit apparel, accessories and collectibles. Become a member or show your MTA employee pass to get 10% off all your purchases!

Hours
Wednesday, 10am to 4pm

 

Shop the NY Transit Museum Store online at NYTransitMuseumStore.com!