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Time: January 23, 2009 at 10am to January 25, 2009 at 11am
Location: 69th Regiment Armory, Lexington Avenue
Street: Lexington Avenue @ 26th Street,
City/Town: New York City.
Website or Map: http://www.stellashows.com/cg…
Event Type: Antique Show
Organized By: http://www.stellashows.com
Latest Activity: Jan 20, 2009
Antiques at the Armory
January 23-24-25, 2009
Friday 10am-7pm, Saturday 10am-7pm & Sunday 11am-5pm
Launched in 1995, Antiques at the (Other) Armory has become a mainstay of Americana Week in New York. Featuring 100 select exhibits of fine and affordable American & European antiques, period furniture, Americana, folk art, garden & architectural artifacts, fine art and prints, and the list goes on... We offer free shuttle service all weekend between this show and the Winter Antiques Show.
69th Regiment Armory, Lexington Avenue @ 26th Street, New York City.
Admission: $15, Children under 16 free when accompanied by an adult
Shuttles depart Antiques at the Armory (26th Street) every hour on the hour and go to The Winter Antiques Show (67th Street) and TAAS (18th Street) Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Shuttles depart those locations to return to the 26th Street Armory every hour on the HALF hour.
(Truck/Commercial Restrictions at bottom of page)
George Washington Bridge
Route 9A south (Henry Hudson Parkway) along the Hudson River make a left onto W. 26th Street crosstown (east) to Lexington Avenue, and turn right on Lexington Avenue.
East Side and New England
Take the FDR Drive south to 23rd Street Exit make a right onto 23rd Street, go west on 23rd Street and right on Park Avenue (uptown) and right onto 26th Street, then right onto Lexington Avenue
Queens and Long Island
Queens-Midtown Tunnel. Follow signs to 34th Street. West on 34th Street and a left on Lexington Avenue, downtown to 26th Street.
New Jersey Turnpike to Holland Tunnel or Lincoln Tunnel.
follow signs for uptown, at 26th Street go right, then right on Lexington Avenue.
(stay in the far right lane of the right tube, if possible) go to Ninth Avenue left on 26th Street and right on Lexington Avenue.
By Bus or Subway:
N or R Train to 23rd Street and Fifth Avenue and walk east 2 blocks to Lexington and walk uptown to 25th Street.
#4 or #5 train and transfer to the #6 Local to 23rd Street (exit at Park Avenue).
M101 or 102 Downtown (Lexington Ave. Bus) to 25th Street or
M103 Uptown (Third Ave. Bus) to 25th Street.
M23 goes from the eastside to westside of Manhattan on 23rd Street.
Alternate/Commercial route via Holland Tunnel:
As you exit the Holland Tunnel follow signs for "East" Canal St. Follow Canal St. to W. Broadway, take left. Follow W. Broadway to Houston, take right. Take Houston to 1st Ave., take left. Take 1st Ave. to 25th St., Take left on 25th St., Take right on Park Ave, Take right on 26th St. Freight elevator for the armory will be on your right between Lexington and Park, closer to Park.
Truck/Commercial Restrictions (9/04)
Up to date restrictions are available from the Port Authority website www.panynj.gov
VEHICULAR RESTRICTIONS AT HOLLAND TUNNEL
As a result of the latest federal warning, commercial vehicles are prohibited from entering New York City via the Holland Tunnel. Commercial vehicles are encouraged to use the Lincoln Tunnel and George Washington Bridge as alternatives.
Commercial vehicles in classes 1, 2 and 3 (two and three-axle single-unit trucks) are permitted to travel IN A WESTBOUND DIRECTION (TO NEW JERSEY) at all times.
The ban on tractor-trailers and larger trucks in classes 4, 5 and 6 (four, five and six-axle trucks) remains in effect IN BOTH DIRECTIONS at all times.
The ban on trailers and towed vehicles remains in effect IN BOTH DIRECTIONS at all times.