Getting Here

We realize that many of you will be traveling long distances for this event, and (even if you’re just popping over from New Jersey!) we really appreciate that you’ll be making the trip.  New York is extremely travel-friendly and you have many options to choose from when planning your travel.

Flying Out
We highly recommend using a site like Orbitz to book your travel, however please feel free to reserve your airfare through a travel agent or directly through the airline.  If you’re booking online, you can also use Bing’s farecast to determine if now is the time to reserve your tickets for the best price.  Below are the airports that you can fly into.

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
JFK is the largest airport servicing the NY area.  It’s easy to get non-stop flights in and out.  Car rental is available, cabs are always present, and there is convenient, easily accessible subway service into Manhattan.

LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
LaGuardia is smaller than JFK but often less crowded and is closer to both Manhattan and Pocantico Hills.  Public transportation is available, though less convenient (you must take a bus to reach the subway), but cab rides from LGA into Manhattan shorter and thus cheaper.  Car rental is available as well.

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
Flights in and out of Newark tend to be less expensive, though the location of the airport in New Jersey is less convenient.  For public transit, the AirTrain will give you access to the NJ Transit system, which will take you into NYC (subway and cabs are available from there).  Taxi service is an option, though more expensive than from JFK or LGA.  Car rental is also available.

Westchester County Airport (HPN)
This small airport is located north of NYC and is closest to the venue.  If you are coming only for the wedding or plan on staying near the venue, this might be a good choice for you.  Flights in and out of this airport cost less than the other major airports, but include at least one stop.  Car rental and cab service are available.

IMPORTANT: There is generally a line at the airport that you must wait in to get a cab.  New York City taxi cabs are yellow and very easily identifiable.  Drivers do not get out of their cabs to solicit customers.  If someone approaches you at the airport and asks you if you need a cab or car service, do not go with them.  They may just be out to make a buck and get you to your destination fine, but it’s best not to chance it. Always take an official yellow NYC taxi cab or call for a car service.

Taking the Train
Taking the train is an option whether you are coming in from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, or the Twin Cities.  You will be traveling into Penn Station.  This is a major hub located in Manhattan from which public transportation is easily accessible.  Please consult these sites for train schedules.

New Jersey Transit

Southeastern Pensylvania Transportation Authority

Amtrak (If you’re traveling from the Minneapolis/St. Paul area)

Making the Drive
Below is a link to the driving directions provided on Blue Hill at Stone Barns’ website.  We find that Google Maps is a reliable source for driving directions as well.

Directions to Blue Hill at Stone Barns