Plan Your Visit
How to Get Here
We are located at Pier 55 in Hudson River Park.
The best way to get to Little Island is by taking public transportation to 14th Street.
- The nearest subway stations are the A, C, E, and L trains located at 14th Street and 8th Avenue (ADA accessible); the 1, 2, and 3 trains located at 14th Street and 7th Avenue; and the F and M trains located at 14th Street and 6th Avenue. Walking west, visitors can cross the West Side Highway at 14th and 13th Streets.
- Bus: The M11, M12, and M14D SBS buses stop at 14th Street and 10th Avenue.
- Biking: If biking to Little Island, bike racks are located just north and south of the park entrances on the Hudson River Park esplanade, where you can secure your bicycle. Bikes are unfortunately not allowed on Little Island in the interest of keeping our space accessible to all visitors.
- Citibike: The closest Citibike stations to Little Island are located along 10th Avenue on 14th Street and 15th Street. Alternatively, there are additional locations by The High Line on West 16th Street, as well as on the corner of Washington and Gansevoort Streets.
- Taxi/Rideshare: Vehicles should drop off guests on 10th Avenue. There is also a taxi pick-up and drop-off location at Pier 57, just north of Little Island.
- There are pedestrian crosswalks across the West Side Highway at 14th Street and 13th Street. Visitors may enter Little Island from the South Bridge near 13th Street or the North Bridge near 14th street.
Little Island opens at 6:00 am, 365 days a year unless weather conditions dictate otherwise. Our current hours are:
- September 5 – November 13: 6:00 am – 11:00 pm
- November 14 – March 12: 6:00 am – 9:00 pm
- March 13 – September 4: 6:00 am – 12:00 am
Little Island is open rain or shine. From time to time, the entire park will close if there is lightning within 10 miles, sustained winds over 32 mph, extreme heat, snow accumulation, or other severe weather occurrences. For everyone’s safety, visitors will be asked to evacuate the park during these times. For all inclement weather updates, please check our website alert bar and social media channels for updates.
Yes, the park is free and open to the public. The only activity that requires a paid ticket to attend are all performances in The Amph.