Yankee Stadium, located at 161st Street in the Bronx, is home to the legendary New York Yankees baseball team. It is easily accessible by two subway lines that can be reached from all parts of the city and across the region.
- From Manhattan
- From the Bronx
- From Brooklyn
- From Queens
- From Staten Island
- From Long Island
- From the Northern Suburbs
- From New Jersey
The Bx6 bus operates on 155th Street in Manhattan before crossing the McCombs Dam Bridge and arriving at Yankee Stadium. You can transfer to the Bx6 from the train at 157 St and along 155th Street from the
- M4, M5 buses at Broadway
- M 100, M101 at Amsterdam Avenue
- M3, M18 at St. Nicholas Avenue
- M2 at Edgecomb Avenue or Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard
- M5, M98, M100 at the George Washington Bridge Bus Stations
- M3 at 181st Street and St Nicholas Avenue
- M101 at Amsterdam Avenue
Take Metro-North Railroad to the new Yankees-East 153rd Street Station; there's direct weekend-game service from the Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven Lines, as well as weekday service, and shuttle trains from Grand Central. Click here for details.
Travel times to Yankee Stadium from Manhattan
By train from Grand Central — 15 minutes
By subway from the Financial District — 40 min
By subway from 125 Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard — 15 min
By bus from George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal — 35 min
From the Bronx, the easiest ways to Yankee Stadium by subway are the from Norwood or Bedford Park or the from the Woodlawn to 161 St-Yankee Stadium. You can transfer to the from the at 149 St-Grand Concourse and from the at 125 St in Manhattan.
Three buses provide service to Yankee Stadium: the Bx6 and Bx13 go directly to the stadium and the Bx1 stops one block away on Grand Concourse.
You can transfer to the Bx6 from the
- Bx1 at Grand Concourse
- Bx32 at Morris Avenue
- Bx2, Bx41 at Melrose Avenue
- Bx15, Bx21, Bx55 at 3rd Avenue
- Bx17 at Prospect Avenue
- Bx4 at Westchester Av
- Bx19 at Southern Blvd
- Bx5 at Bruckner Blvd
- at Hunts Point Av
- at Intervale Av
You can transfer to the Bx13 from the Bx11 at West 168th Street and from the Bx3, Bx35, Bx36 at University Avenue
- Bx33 at East 138 Street
- Bx2 at East 165th Street
- Bx35 at East 167th Street
- Bx11, Bx18 at East 170 Street
- Bx36 at East Tremont Avenue
- Bx40, Bx42 at East Burnside Avenue
- Bx12 at Fordham Road
- Bx9, Bx25, Bx28 at East Kingsbridge Road
- Bx25, Bx26 at Bedford Park Boulevard
And from the
- Bx34 at Valentine Avenue or Bainbridge Avenue at 194th Street
- Bx10, Bx28 at Mosholu Parkway and Jerome Avenue
- Bx2, Bx3 at Fort Independence Street
- Bx9 at Broadway and 231st Street
- Bx7, Bx10, Bx20 at West 231st Street and Kingsbridge Avenue
Travel times to Yankee Stadium from the Bronx
By subway from Norwood-205 St — 25 min
By subway from Wakefield-241 St — 45 min
Brooklyn express buses that operate on Madison Avenue to Grand Central are the X28, X29, BM2, and BM3. From Grand Central take the to 161 St-Yankee Stadium. Return service on the express bus lines is on 5th Avenue.
Travel time to Yankee Stadium from Brooklyn
By subway from Atlantic Av-Pacific St — 50 min
By subway from Coney Island — 90 min
There is no direct subway service from Queens to Yankee Stadium, but many Queens subway lines connect to stadium-bound service.
- at Grand Central
- at Lexington Av-63 St (a free transfer, though you have to walk to the 59 St station)
- at 5 Av-59 St
- at Chambers St
- at Fulton St/Broadway Nassau
Neither is a cross-platform transfer; you have to cross over to change direction.
By Commuter Rail
Travel times to Yankee Stadium from Queens
By subway from Jamaica-179 St — 60 min
By subway from Flushing-Main St — 60 min
By LIRR and subway from Jamaica Station — 65 min
Take any St. George-bound bus or the Staten Island Railway to the Staten Island Ferry. Yankee Stadium is a single subway ride on the from Bowling Green station, which is two blocks from the Staten Island Ferry in Lower Manhattan.
You can take the X10, X17 express buses to Madison Avenue at 41st Street in midtown Manhattan and transfer to service at Grand Central to the 161 St-Yankee Stadium station. From the X1, you can exit the bus at its first stop in Manhattan at Battery Place and walk one block to the Bowling Green subway station for direct service to 161 St-Yankee Stadium or continue on the bus to 34th Street and 6th Avenue where you can take the from 34 St-Herald Square to 161 St-Yankee stadium. All three buses provide return service along 5th Avenue.
Travel time to Yankee Stadium
By subway from Bowling Green — 40 min
By subway from 34 St-Herald Sq — 35 min
Travel time to Yankee Stadium from Long Island depends on your departure point. Check Long Island Rail Road schedules and add 35 minutes for travel from 34 St-Herald Sq to 161 St-Yankee Stadium .
Take Metro-North Railroad to its new Yankees-East 153rd Street Station; there's direct weekend-game service from the Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven Lines, as well as weekday service, and shuttle trains from Grand Central. Click here for details.
All New York City-bound New Jersey Transit and Amtrak trains go to Penn Station-New York, which is underneath Madison Square Garden. Take the Queens-bound train to 7th avenue and transfer to the subway line to 161 St-Yankee Stadium. Or walk one block east to 34 St-Herald Sq and take the subway line to 161 St-Yankee Stadium.
Travel time to Yankee Stadium from Orange and Rockland counties and New Jersey depends on your departure point. Check Metro-North and New Jersey Transit schedules for availability and add an additional 35 minutes for the subway trip from 34 St-Herald Sq to 161 St-Yankee Stadium
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