New York Mets Baseball

When you see the New York Mets in action, you’ll see some of the best baseball in the USA. The Met play at Shea Stadium, located on Roosevelt Avenue in Flushing (Queens), New York.

New York Mets
Shea Stadium
123-01 Roosevelt Ave.
Flushing, NY 11368
Tickets: 718-507-TIXX
TDD: 718-672-9163
Rain Information: 718-507-RAIN

Tickets can be purchased throughout the regular baseball season. Shea Stadium is wheelchair accessible and for wheelchair seating call 718-565-4367. Group Sales can be reserved by calling 718-565-4348.

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If driving by car to Shea Stadium, you may check for exact directions by going online to Several parking facilities owned by New York City Department of Parks & Recreation are available for as low as $12.00. You may contact Central Parking Services at 718-899-9044 for information regarding the several parking lots available to you. For handicap parking please ask the attendant at any one of the parking facility entrances.

For subway information, please call the New York City Transit Authority at 718-330-1234.

For the current bus schedule to Shea Stadium, call Queens Surface Corp. at 718-445-3100 or MTA Long Island Bus at 516-228-4000.

By train, call the Long Island Railroad at 718-217-5477 (New York City) or 516-822-5477 (Long Island) for schedule information or you may take the Metro North, Train #7 at Grand Central Station to Willets Point/Shea Stadium Station.

Ferry service to Shea Stadium is available on the Seastreak. For dates of availability, please call 1-800-BOATRIDE or 732-872-2628.

Baseball is an all-American sport and to see the heart of New York, you’ll want to see the New York Mets at Shea Stadium. Serving as a relief center after September 11th, Shea Stadium played an important part of the rescue effort and only 10 days later, the stadium was filled with 41,275 fans who refused to continue being terrorized. The New York Mets are part of a New York history you must see while visiting the Big Apple.

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