Parking Near American Museum of Natural History
The American Museum of Natural History is tucked inside Theodore Roosevelt Park on the Upper West Side between 77th and 81st streets along Columbus Avenue, adjacent to Central Park. This world-famous museum also has a dedicated subway station on the B and C lines, which run along Central Park West.
The American Museum of Natural History exceeds 2 million square feet and is home to more than 34 million different specimens, fossils, artifacts, and other special exhibits. If you're planning to visit the American Museum of Natural History, SpotHero can help you find parking nearby.
Is there free parking near the American Museum of Natural History?
Like many major landmarks and attractions in New York City, there is no dedicated parking at the American Museum of Natural History. However, unlike most of core Manhattan, it is difficult but not impossible to find parking on the Upper West Side since the streets are slightly wider, and parking can be found along the westernmost avenue, Riverside Drive. For parking closer to the museum, free parking spaces are more likely to be found west of Columbus Avenue and north of the 86th Street traverse.
Are parking garages available for parking near the museum?
Yes, a number of parking garages are in the vicinity of the American Museum of Natural History, many with valet service.
Nearby Parking Options
153 W 83rd St. - Garage
214 W 80th St. - Valet (Friedland Garage)
201 W 75 St - Carousel Parking Corp Valet Garage
225 W 83rd St. - Valet Garage
247 W 73rd St. (2109 Broadway) - Champion Parking 74 LLC - Valet Garage
200 W 71st - Valet Garage