22-25 Jackson Ave. at the intersection of 46th Ave.
Long Island City, NY 11101
SUBWAY ADVISORY(UPDATED: 11/5/2012, 12:00 PM) — There is no G service at this time but service on the E and 7 lines has been restored.
Refer to the Directions section below for details on how to get to MoMA PS1.
TRAVELLING FROM MANHATTANRefer to MTA.info for service updates.
Take the 7 train to Court SqOR
- From the station, walk southwest on Jackson Ave to the entrance of MoMA PS1
Take the E train to Queensboro Plaza
- From the station, walk southeast on New York 25E
- Turn RIGHT on 27th St
- Turn LEFT on 43rd St. and walk 1 block
- Turn RIGHT and walk southwest on Jackson Ave to the entrance of MoMA PS1
(Google Maps Directions from Queensboro Plaza station)
TRAVELLING FROM BROOKLYN
Take the B62 bus to 46th Ave
- Note possible delays and crowding
TRAVELLING FROM QUEENS
Take the E to Court Sq–23 St, OR, the 7 to Court SqOR
Take the Q67 bus to Jackson and 46 Aves
- Note possible dealys and crowding.
12–6 PM, Thursday through Monday, closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
MoMA PS1 is closed in recognition of the following holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day. On Christmas Eve MoMA PS1 closes at 3 p.m.
ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 is open during regular museum hours.
STUDENTS + SENIORS
CHILDREN under 16
*Admission is suggested and directly supports MoMA PS1 exhibitions and programs.
Admission is free for MoMA members, MoMA Corporate Members, MoMA admission ticket holders, Long Island City Residents, NYC public school students, Members of the Press, & other Museum Staff with valid ID. Certain special exhibitions and programs may require a separate admission ticket. MoMA tickets must be presented at MoMA PS1 within 14 days of the date on the ticket and are not valid during Warm Up and some MoMA PS1 special exhibitions, events or benefits.
E and M Trains
Get off at the Court Square–23 St stop. After exiting the train walk towards the 21 Street exit (away from 7 train connection and Jackson Avenue exit). Take a left onto 21 Street and walk 3 blocks.
Get off at the Court Square, exit onto Jackson Avenue and walk right one block to 46th Avenue.
Get off at the 21st St. stop. MoMA PS1 is the large brick building across the street to the left. Walk around the building to come to our front entrance.
Take the L.I.R.R. to Hunterspoint Ave. and take the 7 train towards Flushing (see directions for the 7 train above).
Take the L.I.R.R. to the Jamaica station and take the E train towards Manhattan (see directions for the E train above).
Take the L.I.R.R. to Woodside and take the 7 train towards Time Square (see directions for the 7 train above).
Please refer to MTA.info for information about service disruptions or changes.
Take the Q67 to Jackson and 46th Aves.
Take the B62 to 46th Ave
Take the East River Ferry service to Hunters Point, LIC from Manhattan or Brooklyn. Visit www.nywaterway.com to plan your trip.
Take the Midtown Tunnel at 34th Street. Exit at 21st St./Van Alst (first exit after the toll booths). Continue through two stoplights. MoMA PS1 will be on your right, across the street from the post office. The entrance to MoMA PS1 is on Jackson Avenue.
Take the Queensboro Bridge at 59th Street: use the lower roadway. When you get off the bridge, take the Queens Boulevard service lane (which is all the way to the right). Turn right onto Jackson Avenue and follow it to 46th Avenue. MoMA PS1 will be on the right side of the street.
From Queens/Long Island
Take the Long Island Expressway (495) West. Exit at Van Dam Street (last exit before the toll booths). Turn right on Van Dam and make a left onto Thomson Avenue. From Thompson Ave., make another left onto Jackson Avenue. Continue straight on Jackson for three blocks. MoMA PS1 is located at the intersection of 46th Avenue and Jackson Avenue.
Take the BQE North to the McGuinness Boulevard exit. Once you have exited, veer to the left. Follow McGuinness Boulevard over the Pulaski Bridge. At the bottom of the bridge, make a right onto Jackson Avenue. Continue on Jackson Avenue for three blocks and MoMA PS1 will appear on your left, at the intersection of Jackson Avenue and 46th Street.
From the Bronx
Take the Triborough Bridge to the Grand Central Parkway. Exit onto the BQE (278) West. Exit onto the Long Island Expressway and follow directions from Queens/Long Island (see above).
Take the Triborough Bridge to the first exit. Follow the exit road to the stoplight and turn right onto 31st Street. Follow 31st Street; it will become Jackson Avenue. After you pass 46th Avenue, the entrance to MoMA PS1 will appear on the right.
From New Jersey
Take the George Washington Bridge to the Major Deegan Expressway over the Triborough Bridge. Follow directions from Westchester (see above).
Take the Holland Tunnel to Canal Street and cut through Manhattan to the Manhattan Bridge. Exit the Bridge at the 278/BQE exit. Follow the BQE to McGuinness Boulevard going north. McGuinness leads to Jackson Avenue. The entrance to MoMA PS1 will be on the right.
There is street parking at MoMA PS1: spaces, however, are limited and towing regulations are strictly enforced. The closest parking lot is located just across the street from MoMA PS1 at 45-66 Davis Street. The lot is located between Davis and Crane Street, just one block southeast of Jackson Avenue. MoMA PS1 visitors receive a discounted rate. For details call (917) 566-7537.
The closest garage, Court Square Municipal Parking Garage, is located at 45-40 Court Square, between Court Square East and Court Square West, approximately 500 feet south of Jackson Avenue behind Court House Community District #2. For details call (718) 784-9877.
Tips for Visiting
The public entrance on Jackson Avenue is accessible by ramp. Wheelchairs are available free of charge in the coat check on a first-come, first-served basis. The three main floors, including the bookstore and café, are accessible by elevator. For elevator access to the basement, please ask for assistance at the front desk in the lobby area. Wheelchair-accessible bathrooms are located on floors 1, 2, and 3. For more information, or to notify our staff of any special needs, please call the front desk during regular public hours (718) 784-2085.
MoMA PS1 requires visitors to check backpacks of any size, messenger bags, shopping bags, umbrellas, and all items 11 x 14 inches (28 x 35.5 cm) or larger. To avoid a lengthy wait in the checkroom line, visitors should not bring such items. The checkroom reserves the right to refuse any item and is not responsible for items held by the checkroom. More specific size requirements may apply to certain galleries.
Cameras / Photo Policy
Photography is permitted in the public spaces of the museum. Museum staff reserves the right to restrict or prohibit photography for certain exhibitions. In galleries where photography is allowed, visitors can use small cameras and cellphone cameras. Flash photography, videography, tripods, and photography for professional purposes are not allowed.
The use of cellular phones is not permitted in the galleries.
Sketching is permitted in the galleries (pencil only, no ink or paint) with sketchbooks no larger than 8 1/2 x 11 inches (21.6 x 27.9 cm).
Strollers are permitted in the museum, however when visiting certain exhibitions containing fragile sculptural elements you may be asked to check the stroller at the entrance to the exhibition.
Groups of ten or more must make an appointment prior to their visit. They are invited to explore MoMA PS1 on their own, but outside personnel may not lecture without prior approval. The following are rates for admission:
College, University and New York City high school Self-Guided Visits
Professors from accredited colleges and universities are invited to lecture to their students during regular public visiting hours. New York City high school teachers may also take advantage of this option. Groups larger than 25 people must be broken up into smaller sections.
Professor lecturing fee (one flat rate, includes admission): $20
College and K-12 students: $5 per student
NYC public high school students: Free
Children 16 and under: Free
Led by Visitor Services, guided tours offer adult and school groups a focused introduction to the exhibitions. Guided tours may also include an overview of the history of the building and its long-term installations.
Individual groups may not exceed 25 people. Groups larger than 25 must be divided between multiple lecturers. Tour rates apply for a minimum of 12 participants per lecturer. Guided tours must be requested one month prior to the date of your visit.
College students: $15
K-12 students: $12
NYC public high school students: $10
MoMA Members: $15
To organize a visit, please submit a request
Guided Tour Request Form
Self-Guided Visit Request Form
Group Visit Request Form
To contact Group Services directly, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.