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Aqueduct Race Course

Contact Info

Aqueduct Racetrack
110-00 Rockaway Blvd.
Jamaica, NY 11420

Tel: (718) 641-4700


Track Info

Aqueduct opened on Sept. 27, 1894 in Queens. In 1941, a new clubhouse and track offices were built. The track was torn down in 1956 and the new "Big A" opened in 1959. In 1975 the inner track was constructed to facilitate winter racing.

Entry Cost

Clubhouse Admission: $1
Skyline Club:
$1 additional
Children under 12 are free

Opening Times

The gates open at 11.00 am


Traveling by car

From manhattan:
Take Midtown Tunnel to Long Island Expressway East, to Van Wyck Expressway South, Exit #3 Linden Blvd. Turn right on Linden and follow signs to track.

From Queens:
Take Grand Central Parkway to Van Wyck to Linden Blvd. and follow signs.

From brooklyn:
Take Belt Parkway to Exit 19.

From Long Island:
Take Belt Parkway to Lefferts Blvd. Exit 18-B and follow signs.

From Staten Island and South New Jersey:
Verrazano Bridge to Belt Parkway eastbound, Exit 19 and follow signs.

From Connecticut and Westchester:
Any route to Whitestone Bridge. Take Whitestone Expressway to Van Wyck Expressway to Exit 3, Linden Blvd.

From North New Jersey:
George Washington Bridge to Cross Bronx Expressway, to Throgs Neck Bridge to Cross Island Parkway South to Belt Parkway westbound, Exit 18-B and follow signs.

Local Bus Service:
Q-11 from Woodhaven and Queens Blvd.
Q-7 From Euclid Ave.
Q-37 From Union Tpke. - Kew Gardens
Q-41 from N.Y. Blvd. and Archer and Ashford St. in Brooklyn.

For additional information call MTA buses at (718) 445-3100, or visit the MTA Home Page

By subway:
Take the "A" train to the Old Aqueduct Station. Courtesy bus service isavailable to the Admission Gate.