The Madison Square Garden is home to the New York Knicks and New York Rangers, as well as countless concerts and events throughout the year. We’ve found the best parking in Midtown Manhattan near the arena that will help you get to your event on time!
As “the world’s most famous arena,” Madison Square Garden attracts tourists and locals alike. MSG is also the busiest music arena in the country in terms of ticket sales and hosts popular annual events throughout the year. With the frequent events and the constant bustle of Midtown Manhattan, Madison Square Garden parking can be a real challenge. Our guide to Madison Square Garden parking will help you find the most convenient, affordable parking options possible. For additional NYC Parking visit SpotHero.
There is street parking on most cross streets by MSG (35th, 36th, 37th…) after 6 or 7pm. These spots can be very difficult to find when there is a big event or sports game, so if you are planning on parking on the street make sure you get there hours before the start of the event.
According to the Madison Square Garden website, each of the garages listed have handicap accessible parking options. Also, all the above parking options have handicap parking information during the checkout process. If you are searching with SpotHero, you can also filter by handicap accessible options. Here are a few other quick facts about handicap parking around Madison Square Garden.
- Individuals with disabilities can park on the street around MSG with a valid New York City Special Parking permit
- Follow the instructions on the back of your permit to verify which streets you can park on.
- NYC does not honor the blue New York State, New Jersey or Connecticut hang-tag or license plate for on-street handicap parking.
- The city will ticket and tow cars not displaying a valid NYC Department of Transportation disabled permit.
- FROM THE MSG WEBSITE: “Individuals with disabilities who possess a New York City Special Parking Permit have the option to park on 31st, 32nd or 33rd Streets and also on 7th and 8th Avenues.
There are multiple trains and buses you can take to reach Madison Square Garden. No matter where in the city you are coming from, it seems all lines/buses lead to MSG!
Which train lines serve Penn Station? (this is the stop located directly below MSG)
#1, #2, #3, A, C, E, D, F, N , Q, and R
Which buses serve Penn Station?
The M20, M34 M34A, and Q32