Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 5 – 7, 2017

Getting There

Frieze New York is located in Randall's Island Park. See the location on Google Maps.

Frieze Ferry ($19 round-trip. Tickets only available online.)

  • East 35th Street ferry service every 30 minutes, taking 20 minutes (daily).
  • East 90th Street ferry service every 10 minutes, taking 5 minutes (weekdays only).
  • Please note the East 90th Street fast ferry service doesn't run at the weekend.
  • Ferry services run from 30 minutes before and after fair opening hours.

Frieze Bus ($8 round-trip. Tickets only available online.)

  • Buses depart every 10-15 minutes from outside the Guggenheim Museum on the intersection of 88th Street and 5th Avenue (daily).
  • Bus services run from 30 minutes before and after fair opening hours.

Parking

  • No self-parking is available on Randall’s Island. Handicap parking spaces are available for correctly permitted vehicles.
  • There will be very limited valet parking for $50 per day.
  • A free cellphone lot for chauffeured cars will also be available. Please note space is very limited and drivers need to stay with the cars.

Taxi/Black Car

  • 15 minutes from the Upper East Side, 30 minutes from Chelsea, dependent on traffic.
  • Taxis and black cars can drop and collect passengers both at the North and South entrances to the fair.
  • Uber is our on demand black car partner, see their transportation app.

On Foot/Bike

  • The 103rd Street Footbridge is open to pedestrians and cyclists 24 hours a day. The bridge is accessible at the East River Esplanade at 103rd Street and FDR Drive. Bike racks are provided within the park.

The Frieze ferry and bus services are highly recommended. Tickets for these services are only available online, in advance of the fair.

 

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