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Moynihan Train Hall

Opening Hours: Daily, 5:00–1:00am
Address: Moynihan Train Hall, 421 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10001
What’s on View: Stan Douglas, Elmgreen & Dragset, Kehinde Wiley

Getting There

Entrances: There are 4 entrances to the Train Hall. Two are located on 8th Avenue at the corners with 31st and 33rd Streets. The other two are located midway between 8th and 9th Avenues on 31st and 33rd Streets.
Subway: A, C, E and 1, 2, 3 at 34th Street from Penn Station (from 7th Avenue, walk one block west on 33rd Street or through Penn Station)
Additional service available (~10 min. walk) from Herald Square: B D F M N Q R W & PATH and Hudson Yards: 7
Parking: None on site, public transportation is recommended

Site Features

Free Wi-Fi? Yes
Touch allowed? No
“Picnic friendly”? Food & drinks are allowed, but there is limited seating for non-ticket holders outside of the food court.
Restrooms? Yes. Public restrooms are located on both the concourse and first floor of the Train Hall. There are also restrooms available in the Ticketed Waiting Room and the Metropolitan Lounge.
Wheelchair Accessible? Yes. Stair-free options are provided at all four entrances, with public elevators and ramps to help visitors move around the space.
Service Animals? Yes. Need to be leashed.
Pets? Yes. Need to be leashed or in carrier.
Lactation Room? Yes

Additional Notes

Sensory Notes: The train hall can get crowded and noisy during the daytime. There are incremental loud intercom announcements.
Access to Artwork: Stan Douglas’ installation is in the Ticketed Waiting Room—only ticket-holders are permitted entry.

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