Parking Near Empire State Building
The star of many films and an icon of the city skyline, New York City's Empire State Building has defined the Manhattan skyline for over 90 years. Construction on the Art Deco-themed marvel began on Saint Patrick's Day in 1930, and finished just a shade under 13 months later on April 11, 1931.
Does the Empire State Building have parking?
No, the building itself does not have a public parking facility. However, SpotHero does work with many nearby parking garages within a few minutes' walk of the building.
Is there on-street parking in the area?
Midtown between Lexington and Eighth avenues, and 42nd Street to 59th Street has almost no non-commercial parking on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. South of 42nd Street, some avenues have short-term meters, and a handful of side streets allow parking on specific days of the week.
How long does a visit to the Empire State Building typically last?
Most visits last about two hours. This includes sightseeing as well as wait time getting to the observation deck. However, thanks to other nearby attractions like Macy's 34th Street, Saint Patrick's Cathedral, and Rockefeller Center, most visitors stay in the area much longer.
Nearby Parking Options
16 E 37th St. (220 Madison Ave.) - Valet Garage
107 W 31st St - Valet (Continental/Tower 111 Garage)
10 E 30th St. - Valet Garage
53 E 33 St. (4 Park Ave.) - Garage
7 W 28th St. - Valet (Drucker Lot)
10 E 29th St. - Garage