You can get to Yankee Stadium easily from the Major Deegan Expy., by exiting at Exits 3 or 5 northbound, or Exits 5 or 6 southbound.
From Brooklyn/Queens and Staten Island:
Take the Brooklyn/Queens Expy. (I-278) East across the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. Keep an eye on signs for the Bronx, as well as Major Deegan Expy. North (I-87).
From New Jersey:
Take eastbound Cross Bronx Expy. (I-95 North), and join the Major Deegan Expy. South.
Exit the Cross Bronx Expy. eastbound at Exit 2A, and continue straight on Jerome Ave. to Yankee Stadium.
From Long Island:
Take I-95 South, which becomes the Cross Bronx Expy. Take that to Major Deegan Expy. (I-87) South.
Take westbound Bruckner Expy. to Major Deegan Expy. North.
Take the New England Thruway (I-95) to Major Deegan Expy.
There's space available in Standard Parking-controlled parking lots and garages surrounding the stadium. For prepaid season, partial-plan, and single-game parking, contact Standard Parking.
The New York City public transit system offers many ways to get to the game. For specific directions check out the MTA.
The 4 train (east side) and the B and D trains (west side) make stops at the Yankee Stadium Station.
MetroNorth offers service from anywhere in its service territory.
The Bx6 and Bx13 buses stop at East 161st St. and River Ave., and the Bx1 and Bx2 buses stop at East 161st and the Grand Concourse, both a short walk from the stadium.
Get ferry information by visiting the NY Waterway website.
If your child is 3 years old or younger, and less than 30" tall, they don't need a ticket, as long as they sit on your lap.
Yankee Stadium promises to treat guests in a consistent, professional, and courteous manner, and asks that guests follow some rules:
Don't disrupt or bother other guests
Please avoid abusive or obscene language, gestures, and clothing. Consume alcohol responsibly. Guests who are fighting or visibly intoxicated will likely be ejected from the premises.
Don't disrupt the game
Avoid interfering with balls in play, entering the playing field, or throwing or hurling any substance or object into the field.
Sit in your ticketed seat
Please, sit in your ticketed seat, and comply with any requests from stadium staff or management.
Yankee Stadium prides itself on a family-friendly stress-free environment. In addition to standard stadium policies such as 2-drink limits at concessions, no alcohol through the gates, and stopping alcohol sales before the game is over, Yankee Stadium also offers alcohol-free seating in sections 407A and 433. Of course, please be sure to bring your ID, and enjoy alcohol responsibly.
Yankee Stadium specifically invites guests to bring single-frame flash-enabled cameras, and even extended-length zoom lenses, provided they do not obstruct other guests' vision of the game.
However, you'll need to leave monopods, tripods, and other professional-type photography equipment at home, and transmitting/streaming any of the game action is prohibited.
There's a wide selection of concessions available throughout the stadium, serving up traditional stadium fare and local NYC favorites. If you have special dietary needs, check with guest services to see which concessions will suit you best.
Yankee Stadium has a dedicated disabled services team. To get in touch, simply visit a guest services booth, or find them in the Yankee Stadium Lobby, next to Gate 2.
The stadium strives to accomodate the disabled with alternate-format printed materials, wheelchair access, and complimentary assisted listening devices (credit card or ID card deposit required). There's also open-captioning on video boards below sections 206 and 233B, on the right field video board, and high-def televisions throughout the stadium.
If you need assistance at a concession, please do not hesitate to ask at that particular concession.
For guests that need to charge electric wheelchairs, seating options with plugs are available. Contact Guest Services. Wheelchair transfers are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Elevators are located throughout the building, allowing access to every level of Yankee Stadium.
There's a large selection of Yankee Stadium retail stores on the premises, two of which are open year-round. There's also the Yankee Women's Team Store, the New Era team store, the Yankees-Steiner Collectibles store, and the Yankees Clubhouse shops.
You can also find Yankees memorabilia at various stands throughout the stadium.
The stadium is fully staffed with medical technicians, doctors, nurses, and ambulances during all games and public events, and there are three first aid stations on the premises.
Guests in need of any sort of assistance can speak to security personnel or a Yankee Stadium team member.
The main gates to Yankee Stadium (there are 4) open 2 hours prior to the start of every home game.
Turn in found items at Gate 2 or the guest services booth next to Gate 6 in the Great Hall. To inquire about lost items, check with guest services or call 718.579.4413.
The following aren't allowed into the stadium:
There's no re-entry to Yankee Stadium.
Family restrooms are located on the Field Level near Sections 106, 124, and 130, and 221B, on the Main Level near Sections 219, 227A, and 234, on the Grandstand Level near Sections 311, 316, 327, and 333, and in the Bleachers near Section 201.
Yankee Stadium can seat 50,921.
You can contact the Security Office a few ways: By speaking to a uniformed security guard or police officer, visiting the guest services booth or kiosk, or by texting guest services questions to 69900.
Baseball-related banners and signs are encouraged, but they can't block the view of other guests or stadium signage, or be affixed to the building in any way.
There's absolutely no smoking in Yankee Stadium.
Get an inside look at the stadium with the Classic Tour, which run daily, except when the Yankees play at home on the weekends, or weekday game days. Group tours are available for 12 to 30 people. Find out more about tours.
You'll need a valid ID to pick up will call tickets.
Guests can drop off tickets for other guests. You'll need to complete a ticket envelope, and the guests need to know your first and last name and the number of tickets, and sign the ticket envelope confirming receipt.