New York Fed's Main Office

Visitors must enter the building at 44 Maiden Lane and undergo security screening upon arrival. Be prepared to show officially issued photo ID, such as a driver's license or passport.

Photo-taking and recording devices cannot be used inside the building.

The New York Fed may close to the public at any time if heightened security is needed. If access to the building is restricted, we make every effort to contact visitors in advance.


BY SUBWAY

Take the 2,3,4,5,A,C,J or Z train to the Fulton Street station. The New York Fed is just a three-minute walk away. Detailed directions are below.

2 3 Seventh Avenue Express
Stop:Fulton Street station, at the corner of William Street
From the station, walk two blocks south on William to Maiden Lane. Take a right onto Maiden Lane and walk to the entrance between Nassau and William Streets. 4 5 Lexington Avenue Express
Stop: Fulton Street station, at the corner of Broadway
From the station, walk one block south on Broadway to Maiden Lane. Take a left onto Maiden Lane and walk to the entrance between Nassau and William Streets.

A C Eighth Avenue Express/Local
Stop: Fulton Street station, at the corner of Nassau Street
From the station, walk two blocks south on Nassau to Maiden Lane. Take a left onto Maiden Lane and walk to the entrance between Nassau and William Streets.J Z Nassau Street Express
Stop: Fulton Street station, at the corner of Nassau Street
From the station, walk two blocks south on Nassau to Maiden Lane. Take a left onto Maiden Lane and walk to the entrance between Nassau and William Streets.

For transfer information, updates, maps and schedules, see:
New York City Transit: Subways OFFSITE

BY TRAIN

Amtrak, Long Island Railroad and New Jersey Transit
Arriving: New York-Penn. Station
From New York-Penn. Station, take the downtown A or C train to the Fulton Street station. Then follow the directions above.

Metro-North
Arriving: Grand Central Terminal
From Grand Central, take the downtown 4 or 5 train to the Fulton Street station. Then follow the directions above.
PATH
Arriving: World Trade Center
From the World Trade Center station, walk two blocks east on Vesey to Broadway. Take a right and walk three blocks south on Broadway to Maiden Lane. Take a left onto Maiden Lane and walk to the entrance between Nassau and William Streets.

For PATH maps and schedules, see:
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey OFFSITE

BY BUS

Out-of-town buses
Arriving: Port Authority
From Port Authority, take the downtown A or C train to the Fulton Street station. Then follow the directions above.

New York City Transit buses
M5 'to South Ferry'
: Runs along Fifth Avenue, Avenue of the Americas and Riverside Drive. Exit at Broadway and Cortlandt Street. Take a left onto Maiden Lane and walk to the entrance between Nassau and William Streets.

M9 'to City Hall': Runs along Avenue C and East Broadway. Exit at Park Row and Beekman Street. Walk one block east on Beekman to Nassau Street. Take a right and walk four blocks south on Nassau to Maiden Lane. Take a left onto Maiden Lane and walk to the entrance between Nassau and William Streets.

M15 (Local Only) 'to South Ferry': Runs along First and Second Avenues. Exit at Water Street and Maiden Lane. Walk two blocks west on Maiden Lane. The entrance is between Nassau and William Streets.

M103 'to City Hall': Runs along Third and Lexington Avenues. Exit at Park Row and Beekman Street. Walk one block east on Beekman to Nassau Street. Take a right and walk four blocks south on Nassau to Maiden Lane. Take a left onto Maiden Lane and walk one and a half blocks to the entrance between Nassau and William Streets.

For transfer information, updates, maps and schedules, see:
New York City Transit: Buses OFFSITE

BY CAR
Please note: Parking space is limited in the Wall Street Area. There is some near the South Street Seaport Museum (Fulton and Water Streets).

From the East Side of Manhattan
Take FDR Drive south to the Civic Center (Brooklyn Bridge) exit. Proceed downtown on Broadway, and then take a left turn onto Maiden Lane.

Subway symbols are used with the permission of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.