Free and Open to the Public
1111 Chapel Street (at York Street)
Tuesday–Friday 10:00 am–5:00 pm
Thursday until 8:00 pm (Sept–June)
New! Saturday-Sunday 11:00 am-5:00 pm
Closed Mondays and major holidays
General and program information 203.432.0600
Group and school tours 203.436.8827
An entrance for persons using wheelchairs is located at 1111 Chapel Street. For information call 203.432.0606.
P.O. Box 208271
New Haven, CT 06520-8271
For directions (www.google.com), use 1111 Chapel Street.
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Connecticut Art Trail
For information on the sixteen major art museums and historic sites in Connecticut, please visit the Connecticut Art Trail at www.arttrail.org.
New Haven Information
For accommodations, local restaurants, and other attractions in New Haven, visit infonewhaven.com.
Traveling by CarNew Traffic Pattern*
From I-95 take Exit 47 Downtown New Haven/Rt 34. Take the first exit. Turn right onto Church Street at the first intersection and then left onto Chapel Street.
From I-91 take Exit 1 Downtown New Haven.
*Downtown Crossing/Route 34 East is the City of New Haven's multi-year plan to transform Route 34 in downtown, from highway stub to slower speed, city streets.
In addition to the metered spaces on nearby streets, there is a conveniently located garage at 150 York Street, which offers discount parking to Members of the Yale Art Museums.
Traveling by Train
Amtrak, Metro-North, and Shore Line East operate through New Haven’s Union Station, which is a five-minute trip by taxi, bus, or car to the Gallery and downtown New Haven.
Amtrak travels through New Haven several times a day from locations between Washington D.C. and Boston. For schedule information and to reserve a seat, visit www.amtrak.com (station code NHV) or call 1-800-USA-RAIL.
Metro-North Railroad provides flexible, inexpensive transportation between New Haven and Manhattan at least every hour. No reservation is needed and tickets can be purchased right up to the time of departure. Visit www.mta.nyc.ny.us/mnr/ for information on train lines and schedules.
For travel between between New London and New Haven, the Connecticut Department of Transportation's Shore Line East commuter rail service provides fast and easy transportation seven days a week. For schedule and fare information, visit www.shorelineeast.com.