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Visiting the Museum

Pre-purchase individual or member tickets.

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  • Members Free
  • Adults 18-61 $ 18
  • Seniors 62+ $ 15
  • Youth 5-17 yrs $ 15
  • Students with .edu email address and current ID $ 15
  • Child Under 5 Free
  • Visitors with disabilities $ 15
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Visiting The Museum Important Information


Thu – Sun: 11 AM – 6 PM
Mon – Wed: Closed

The Museum is closed on the following holidays:
Independence Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day
New Year’s Eve
New Year’s Day


Parking is not available on site. Explore this list of nearby garages for parking options.

Public Transportation

Subway: We are a short walk from the Canal Street subway station on the 1 and A/C/E lines. The nearest wheelchair accessible subway station is Chambers Street station. Visit the MTA website for details.

Bus: The M20 bus stops at or near the museum. For complete bus information, visit the MTA website.

Social Narrative

Review our Social Narrative to learn what to expect during your Museum visit.

First slide of the Social Narrative with black and blue font on a white background and the Museum logo in the corner. Reads: "Social Narrative: An introduction to the Jackie Robinson Museum for guests who are autistic, neurodivergent, or visiting for the first time."


Health and Safety

Masks are not required, but we support those who choose to wear them. Please stay home if you do not feel well. Visitors to the Jackie Robinson Museum are subject to search and screening.

Admission Discounts

Discounted admission is available for the following groups on-site at the Museum with verifying ID. For free admission and additional discounts, become a member.

  • Veterans and active military personnel ($3 off)
  • Capital One cardholders ($3 off)
  • Museum Association members or Museum staff
  • Visitors with disabilities (care partner free of charge)

Prohibited Items and Activities

To ensure the safety of our guests, staff, and the Museum’s collections, the following items and activities are not allowed during your visit:

  • Explosives, firearms, knives, weapons, and toxic gases or substances 
  • Eating or drinking in the Museum. Water bottles must be fully sealed (no cups with straws).
  • Dogs or other pets (service animals are permitted) 
  • Running, climbing, or sitting on exhibits or railings
  • Creating a disturbance, yelling, audible music devices 
  • Soliciting, posting, or distributing any sign, notice, ad, or print material 
  • Entering any non-public area without authorization 

Coat and Bag Check

Visitors are invited to check their coats and are required to check any large bags, including backpacks, laptop bags, and suitcases at the Museum’s complimentary coat check.

HOURS: 11 AM - 6 PM, Thu - Sun