There are 5 ways to get from Queens to Empire State Building by bus, subway, taxi, car or towncar
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Bus • 40m
$2 - $7
4 alternative options
Subway • 53m
Taxi • 17m
$60 - $75
Drive • 17m
$1 - $2
Uber • 17m
$25 - $35
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Queens to Empire State Building is to drive which costs $1 - $2 and takes 17m.
The quickest way to get from Queens to Empire State Building is to taxi which costs $60 - $75 and takes 17m.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Cross Bay Bl /Rockaway Bl and arriving at W 34 St/5 Av. Services depart hourly, and operate Monday to Saturday. The journey takes approximately 40m.
The distance between Queens and Empire State Building is 9 miles. The road distance is 10.9 miles.
The best way to get from Queens to Empire State Building without a car is to bus which takes 40m and costs $2 - $7.
The bus from Cross Bay Bl /Rockaway Bl to W 34 St/5 Av takes 40m including transfers and departs hourly.
Queens to Empire State Building bus services, operated by MTA, depart from Cross Bay Bl /Rockaway Bl station.
Queens to Empire State Building bus services, operated by MTA, arrive at W 34 St/5 Av station.
Yes, the driving distance between Queens to Empire State Building is 11 miles. It takes approximately 17m to drive from Queens to Empire State Building.
There are 2095+ hotels available in Empire State Building. Prices start at $95 USD per night.
What companies run services between Queens, NY, USA and Empire State Building, NY, USA?
MTA operates a bus from Queens to Empire State Building hourly. Tickets cost $2 - $7 and the journey takes 40m.
Subway from 104 St to 34 St - Penn Station
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- Every 10 minutes
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