Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 3–6, 2018

Getting There

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

There are many ways to get to the fair, including our highly recommended Frieze ferry services on the East River. Due to construction works on East 90th Street, Frieze ferries only depart from East 35th Street ferry dock this year. Please note, there is no self-parking on Randall's Island.

 East 35th St Frieze Ferry ($19 round-trip. Fees apply. Tickets only available online.)

  • The fastest and most scenic way to the fair!
  • East 35th Street ferry service every 30 minutes, taking 20 minutes.
  • Services run from 30 minutes before and after fair opening hours.
  • Free for children 12 and under when accompanied by an adult.
  • Complimentary for all invited guests.

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

  • Frieze bus services depart from outside the Guggenheim Museum on 88th Street, at the corner of 5th Avenue.
  • Services run from 30 minutes before and after fair opening hours.
  • Free for children 12 and under when accompanied by an adult.
  • Complimentary for all invited guests.

 Taxi/Black Car

  • 15 minutes from the Upper East Side, 30 minutes from Chelsea, dependent on traffic.
  • Follow the signs once on Randall's Island.
  • Taxis and black cars can drop and collect passengers at the North and South entrances to the fair.
  • We recommend downloading a local car service app, such as Uber.

Parking

  • No self-parking is available on Randall’s Island. Handicap parking spaces are available for correctly permitted vehicles.
  • Very limited valet parking for $50 per day.
  • Free cellphone lot for chauffeured cars also available. Space is very limited, drivers need to stay with the cars.

On Foot/Bike

  • The 103rd Street Footbridge is open to pedestrians and cyclists 24/7. Bridge accessible at the East River Esplanade at 103rd Street and FDR Drive. Bike racks provided within the park.

Ferry and bus tickets are only available online, in advance of the fair. Purchase yours here
Frieze ferry and bus services are complimentary for all invited guests.

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About Randall's Island Park
Randall’s Island Park is one of New York City’s most unique and multi-faceted public parks. Located in the middle of the City, the park comprises most of an island in the East River situated between Manhattan, The Bronx, and Queens. The Randall’s Island Park Alliance (RIPA), which maintains and programs the island, has transformed Randall’s Island Park into an innovative and exciting destination for sports, recreation, environmental exploration and cultural events.  Read more about RIPA here and follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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