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Yankee Stadium Parking & Directions

Yankee Stadium, ONE EAST 161ST STREET, BRONX, NY 10451

Yankee Stadium is accessible from the Major Deegan Expy. (Interstate 87) at the following exits:

Northbound I-87: Exit 3 (Grand Concourse and E. 138th St.), Exit 4 (E. 149th St.) and Exit 5 (E. 161st St.)

Southbound I-87: Exit 6 (E.153rd St. and River Ave.) and Exit 5 (E. 161st St.)

Due to ongoing construction, directions and parking lot availability are subject to change. The Yankees urge guests to use public transportation.


For directions from points other than those listed below, visit www.yankees.com.


From East Side: FDR Drive north to Exit 18 (Willis Ave. Bridge). Cross bridge. Follow signs for Major Deegan (I-87) north.

From West Side: Henry Hudson Pkwy. (Route 9A) north to Exit 14. Follow Cross Bronx Expy. (I-95 north) to Major Deegan (I-87) south.


Brooklyn-Queens Expy: Take BQE (I-278) east to RFK Bridge (formerly Triboro Bridge).

Cross bridge. Follow signs for Bronx and Major Deegan (I-87) north.


From the Throgs Neck or Whitestone Bridge:

Option 1: Follow signs for I-95 south, which becomes westbound Cross Bronx Expy. Proceed to Major Deegan (I-87) south.

Option 2: Follow signs to westbound Bruckner Expy. (I-278). From Bruckner, take exit for Major Deegan (I-87) north.

From RFK Bridge (formerly Triboro Bridge): Once over the bridge, follow signs for Bronx and Major Deegan (I-87) north.


From Bronx River Pkwy: Merritt Pkwy. Becomes Hutchinson River Pkwy.: Take Cross County Pkwy. West to I-87 south, which becomes Major Deegan.


Option 1: Take eastbound Cross Bronx Expy. (I-95 north). Exit for Major Deegan (I-

87) south.

Option 2: Take eastbound Cross Bronx Expy. (I-95 north). Use Exit 2A, (Jerome Avenue). Turn right off exit and continue on Jerome Avenue to Yankee Stadium. Option 3: Take Exit 2 (Harlem River Drive). Once on Harlem River Drive south, take exit 23 toward W.155th St. At first light, turn left onto W. 155th St. Cross Macombs Dam Bridge. Yankee Stadium is ahead.


From Merritt Pkwy.: Merritt Pkwy. becomes Hutchinson River Pkwy. Proceed to westbound Cross County Pkwy., then to I-87 south, which becomes Major Deegan.


The Yankee Stadium Subway stop is on E. 161st St. and River Ave. The No. 4 train and the B and D trains make stops there. For more information, call (718) 330-1234 or visit www.mta.info.


New in 2009, Metro-North train service will run from Connecticut and Westchester to Yankee Stadium/153rd St. For information and the date of the station opening, please call

(212) 532-4900 or visit www.mta.info.


The Bx6 and Bx13 buses stop at 161st St. and River Ave. The Bx1 bus stops at 161st St. and

Grand Concourse—a short walk from Yankee Stadium. For information, call (718) 330- 1234 or visit www.mta.info.


For information, call (800) 53-FERRY (533-3779).


All parking facilities are subject to availability, in which we advise that you arrive 30 minutes prior to the tour time. Please see attached map for garage locations.

Street parking is advised in the local area.

Garage 3(RIVER AVE. GARAGE) is located on 164th Street and River Avenue. The entrance is on River Avenue under the subway tracks (NOT ON THE SAME SIDE AS THE STADIUM AND ACROSS FROM GATE 8).

Bus parking is always subject to availability as the Bus Lot on 151st Street is not open on non-game days. An alternate solution, would be for the buses to be staged outside Gate 6 with the driver. He must stay with the vehicle at all times.

For parking information as it becomes available, please call Standard Parking at (718) 292-6515 or visit http://www.baseball-parking.com.


Still cameras are allowed during the tours as long as you keep with the flow of the tour. Video cameras are not allowed on the tour. The only site on the tour where no picture taking of any kind is permitted is near the Yankee Clubhouse and Batting Cages for security reasons and out of respect for the players personal belongings.


The above map displays all current active garages as of April 1st, 2009. For more current information, please visit Yankees.com.

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