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New York
  • NMAI in New York  
    Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House
    One Bowling Green, New York, NY 10004

    Phone: 212-514-3700
  • Hours & Admission
    Open 10 AM–5 PM daily, Thursdays to 8 PM. Open 10 AM–5 PM on Thanksgiving; closed on December 25. Admission is free.
  • Getting Here
    The National Museum of the American Indian–New York, is located on the south side of Bowling Green, in lower Manhattan, adjacent to the northeast corner of Battery Park.
     
    Subway
    4 & 5 trains to Bowling Green
    1 train to Rector Street or South Ferry
    R (& W on weekdays) train to Whitehall Street
    J & Z trains to Broad Street
    2 & 3 trains to Wall Street
     
    Bus
    M5, M15, M20
    See the NY MTA for maps and service updates for subways and buses.
     
    Drop-Off & Parking
    Buses may drop off groups at State Street or Whitehall Street. There is no parking at the museum. Public parking options are available nearby.
  • Visitor Services
    Visitor Services desks on the Second Floor in the Great Hall provide information on daily tours, programs, and screenings. Public tours for families and adult groups are given daily; please consult the calendar when planning your visit.
     
    For adult group tours, or to address special visit requests, call 212-514-3758 or email nmai-ny@si.edu. For school group tours, call 212-514-3705.
  • Accessibility
    The National Museum of the American Indian–New York is accessible to people with disabilities. Groups and those with special needs are asked to use the ground floor entrance to the museum. All exhibitions are wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs are available free of charge on the ground floor of the museum, and may be obtained on request from the security staff. Additional accessibility services can be provided at no cost, with 2 weeks advance notice. To request accessibility services or for specific accessibility questions, call 212-514-3758 or email nmai-ny@si.edu.
  • Security
    Check the Smithsonian website for the latest on security procedures at Smithsonian museums.