Saint Paul's Church National Historic Site

Saint Paul's Church National Historic Site

Planning Your Visit

Operating Hours & Seasons

Saint Paul's Church and museum are open 9:00am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.  Please check the calender for afterhours or weekend special events.  The grounds are open dawn to dusk.

Fees & Reservations

There are no fees related to this site.


By Car
Take Exit 7, the Boston Road, from the Hutchinson River Parkway (both north and south) and follow directional signs to Boston Road, and then a right onto Pelham Parkway.
Proceed about 1/2 mile to South Columbus Avenue, and then make a left.  Site will be 1/4 mile on the left side of South Columbus Avenue."

Take Interstate 95 to Exit #13, Conner Street, which is in the northern Bronx. Turn onto Conner Street. This would be a right if you've exited from I-95 South. If you've exited from I-95 North, make a left at the first traffic light off the exit onto Tilloston Avenue, and then a left at the next light, onto Conner Street. Proceed north on Connor Street about 1 mile. Conner changes names to Provost Street and, as you pass into Westchester County, it becomes South Third Avenue. About 1/4 miles after it becomes South Third, make a right at the Stop sign -- the Salvation Army is on the right corner -- onto So. Columbus Avenue. Then make a right into the St. Paul's driveway, which is just past the Salvation Army.

Free parking is available at the site.

By Public Transportation
Lexington Ave IRT #5 Subway to Dyre Ave Station (Bronx). Service provided 7 days a week. By Bus: Route W-55 operates half-hourly from Dyre Ave station to St. Paul's Church. Or, walk north to E. 233rd Street, and make a right, going east on E. 233rd. Walk several blocks to Provost, and make a left onto Provost, heading north. Provost becomes S. 3rd Ave. Continue north on S. 3rd Ave., until Stop sign on right, at Salvation Army. Make a right at Stop sign, onto S. Columbus Ave. St. Paul's will be on your right on S. Columbus. Walk from the subway to the site should be about 15 minutes, approximately 2/3 of a mile.