Directions


Directions: 

Public Transportation:
The Long Island Railroad and Hampton Jitney offer direct, frequent service from New York City to Southampton.

Take the Hampton Jitney from one of its many pick up points in Manhattan to the Southampton (Omni) stop—just over a mile from the Museum. Taxis are on-hand at the Omni for the speedy 5-minute ride to the Museum.

Call 1-800-936-0440 or 631-283-4600 to reserve tickets,  or visit www.hamptonjitney.com 

Take the Long Island Rail Road from the many station locations in New York to Southampton—just 2 miles from the Museum. Taxis are waiting at the station. Call 631-231-5477 or visit www.mta.info/lirr for more information.

By Car:

From New York City and points west, take the Long Island Expressway east to Exit 70. Turn right and go approximately 4-1/2 miles south to Route 27 East. Continue on Route 27 East for approximately 19 miles to the stop light just east of BMW Southampton. Continue left at light on 27 East, now also called Montauk Highway, and travel approximately ½ mile. The Museum is located on the north side of the road just east of Duck Walk Vineyards in Water Mill. Parking is available to the rear of the Museum building.

By Car from Orient Point Ferry:
From Orient Point Ferry, start out going southwest on Main Rd/NY-25 toward Greenway E. Continue to follow NY-25 for just over 7 miles. Stay straight to go onto North Road/CR 48 for approximately 11 miles. Turn Left onto Wickham Avenue, just past Conklin Road, and then turn right on NY 25 (A Mano Restaurant is on the corner). Stay on NY 25 for 7.4 miles and then make a left on Cross River Drive/County Hwy-105 for 2.2 miles. Turn left on Flanders Road/NY-24. In 6.3 miles merge onto NY-27 E towards Montauk for approximately 9.5 miles to the stop light just east of BMW Southampton. Continue left at light on 27 East, now also called Montauk Highway, and travel approximately ½ mile. The Museum is located on the north side of the road just east of Duck Walk Vineyards in Water Mill. Parking is available to the rear of the Museum building.

By Car from Port Jefferson Ferry:
Start out going east on Port Jefferson Road toward Westbury Drive. Turn right on Westbury Drive. In .3 miles turn left onto Lower Rocky Point Rd. In .8 miles turn right onto Rocky Point Landing Road. In .9 miles turn slight right onto Hallock Landing Road. In .5 miles turn left onto Route 25A/NY-25A. in .4 miles turn slight right onto Route 25A Byp. In 1.4 miles Route 25A Byp becomes Route 25A/NY-25A which you will take for 6.7 miles. Stay straight to go onto Middle Country Rd/NY-25. Continue to follow NY-25 for 7 miles. Turn right onto Peconic Ave/County Hwy-63 then enter next roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto County Hwy-104. In 2.9 miles enter next roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Quogue Riverhead Rd/County Hwy-104. In .3 miles take the NY 27 E ramp toward Montauk. Merge onto NY-27 E and stay on for approximately 13.5 miles to the stop light just east of BMW Southampton. Continue left at light on 27 East, now also called Montauk Highway, and travel approximately ½ mile. The Museum is located on the north side of the road just east of Duck Walk Vineyards in Water Mill. Parking is available to the rear of the Museum building.

Restrictions:
Outside food and drink are not permitted in the museum’s café or at the café tables on the terrace, and alcoholic beverages may only be purchased through the café. Smoking or vaping is not permitted in the museum.

Personal photography, without flash, is allowed in the museum’s permanent collection galleries. Photography is not permitted in galleries with works of art on loan from other institutions. No tripods or other equipment is allowed. If you are with a service animal, please note that the Museum does not allow photographs of animals in the Museum.  We encourage guests to share their photos on our Facebook page and on Instagram and Twitter, @parrishart.

The Museum does not allow pets. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and New York State law, the Parrish Art Museum welcomes Service Animals into the Museum. A service animal is a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability as defined by the ADA. Examples of such work or tasks include guiding people who are blind, alerting people who are deaf, pulling a wheelchair, alerting and protecting a person who is having a seizure, reminding a person with mental illness to take prescribed medications, calming a person with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) during an anxiety attack, or performing other duties. Service animals are working animals, not pets. The work or task a dog has been trained to provide must be directly related to the person's disability. Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort,therapy, companion or emotional support animals do not qualify as service animals under the ADA and New York State and therefore not allowed in the Museum. Service animals must be under the control of the handler at all times.  The animal must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered unless these devices interfere with the animal's work or the individual's disability prevents using the devices. Leashes must be no more than six feet long. In cases of device or leash-length interference, the handler must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls.  The animal must be housebroken and limit relief to outdoor areas. The animal handler is responsible for prompt removal and disposal of waste in designated trash receptacles. The animal must not sit on any benches or chairs. All seating is reserved for Museum visitors. The animal must not demonstrate disruptive, agitated, or aggressive behavior, including but not limited to barking, whining, biting, growling, jumping, scratching, leash pulling, sniffing, or any harassment of visitors or staff. The animal must not harass, attack, damage, or kill any animal or tree, planting, flower, shrub, or other vegetation. Staff will request that the handler correct the animal's behavior if a service animal is not compliant with these guidelines.  If the handler does not take effective action to control the animal, staff will request that the animal be removed from the facility.  In these cases, handlers will be able to continue their visit without the animal, or request another date to visit without the animal. The Museum does not allow photographs of animals in the Museum. Thank you!