Visit Nyack, Inc.
PO Box 100
Nyack, NY 10960
Public Transport From Manhattan
Train: Take the Metro North Hudson Line from Grand Central Station to Tarrytown (Express train takes approx. 45 minutes). From there, take the connecting Hudson Link Bus to Nyack (approx. 20 mins). Hudson Link bus service is available Monday through Sunday.
- Click here for bus/train schedule.
- View the Edward Hopper House Art Center “One-Day Getaway” from Metro-North.
Bus: Coach USA provides daily bus service from the Port Authority Bus Terminal and the George Washington Bridge Bus Station. Click here for bus schedule and fare information.
From The George Washington Bridge
Take the Palisades Parkway North to Exit 9E (NY State Thruway, White Plains). Take Exit 11 (Route 59, Nyack). At end of ramp there will be a traffic light. Make left on to Route 59 East. This will become Main Street.
From The Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge
Take Exit 10 (first exit off bridge), and merge onto Route 9W, north-bound. Make right on to Route 59 East. This will become Main Street.
From The Garden State Parkway
Follow GSP and take exit for NY Thruway (87). Take Exit 11 (Route 59, Nyack). At end of ramp there will be a traffic light. Make left on to Route 59 East. This will become Main Street.
From The North
Take the Palisades Parkway South to Exit 9E (NY Thruway, White Plains). Take Exit 11 (Route 59, Nyack). At end of ramp there will be a traffic light. Turn left on to Route 59 East. This will become Main Street.
Metered parking is available on the street and in municipal parking lots. Meters are in effect Monday through Saturday 10:00am-7:00pm. Parking is free on Sundays.
Please see the Nyack Parking Authority webpage for more details about overnight and long-term parking.
ParkMobile is Nyack’s mobile app for parking. Payment by coin or card is also accepted at the munimeters and single space meters.
The Path on the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge
One of the most anticipated features of the new bridge is the longest shared bicycle/pedestrian path in the nation. The Bridge Path provides new access for non-motorized commuters across the Hudson River while also offering an exciting recreational opportunity in Rockland and Westchester counties.
This 12-foot wide path, located on the northern side of the westbound span bridge and separated from traffic by a concrete barrier, features six scenic overlooks across the length of the 3.1-mile crossing.