Location & Nearby


The Heckscher Museum of Art is located at 2 Prime Avenue in Huntington Village, off Main Street (Route 25A) in Heckscher Park.

The Heckscher Museum of Art
2 Prime Avenue
Huntington, NY 11743

By Train
The Museum is located two miles from Huntington Station Long Island Railroad Station. It is a five-minute cab ride to the Museum.

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By Bus
H10 or H30 HART bus or S1 Suffolk Transit bus to the corner of Main Street (25A) and New York Avenue (Route 110).

All bus routes will bring you to within three blocks of the Museum.

Free parking is available in following locations:

  • Small parking lot adjacent to the Museum (handicapped accessible)
  • Street parking on Prime Avenue (on the west side of Heckscher Park) and adjacent side streets
  • Angle parking on Madison Street (at the north side of Heckscher Park)



Heckscher Park is a Town of Huntington Park with amenities including a large children’s playground, baseball fields, walking paths around Heckscher Pond, picnic tables and benches, and public restrooms. Learn more about Heckscher Park

Heckscher Park Soundwalk
Enjoy a unique outdoor experience with this self-guided outdoor soundwalk just steps outside the Museum using your mobile device. As you explore, discover the history of this community park, and the bountiful sounds of nature that surround the Museum. Begin the soundwalk when you arrive by scanning the QR code on park signage or get a preview before your visit by scanning the QR code below. The soundwalk is part of the Museum’s digital guide in Bloomberg Connects, the free arts and culture app. The experience includes wayfinding information, transcripts of all audio as well as tactile maps with braille.
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Learn more about the Digital Guide


The Heckscher Museum of Art is proud to preserve and steward this historic property located several miles from the Museum at 30 Centershore Road, Centerport, NY 11721.The cottage was the residence of American modernist artists Arthur Dove and Helen Torr from 1938 to 1946, and it still stands today. When Dove passed away in 1946, Torr continued to live in the cottage until her death in 1967. The grounds of the Cottage are currently open to the public, on the banks of Titus Mill Pond. Visitors are invited to experience the Dove/Torr Cottage Soundwalk while exploring the site. Learn more about the Soundwalk

Please note that the interior of the Cottage is currently under renovation and is not open to the public. However, visitors to the Museum’s upcoming Dove/Torr Cottage Open House event on Saturday, July 13, 2024 (Rain Date: July 14) will have the rare opportunity to see the interior and learn more about the history of the house. Learn more about the Cottage



The Museum is a very short walk from Huntington Village, which boasts hundreds of restaurants, shopping, and more!

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Nearby Attractions
Art League of Long Island
b.j. spoke gallery
Cinema Arts Centre
fotofoto gallery
Huntington Art Center
Huntington Arts Council
Huntington Center for the Performing Arts
Huntington Fine Arts
Huntington Historical Society
The Paramount
Vanderbilt Museum & Planetarium
Walt Whitman Birthplace Association
The Whaling Museum & Education Center of Cold Spring Harbor

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