Located nearly 20 miles east of New York City on Long Island the Nassau Coliseum is included in our collection especially for hockey fans, as it is the home to the New York Islanders NHL team. If you want to take in an Islanders home game during your visit to New York, this is where you must go.
Often just called "The Coliseum", it seats for 16,250 for hockey and somewhat more for other events. Like most arena's the Nassau Coliseum hosts a number of other sporting events and music concerts throughout the year.
Facts For Your VisitFee: Yes. Puchase Tickets
Address: 1255 Hempstead Turnpike, Uniondale, NY 11553, USA
Phone: (516) 231-4848
Official Website: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
|Railroad and Bus Line||Nearest Station||Walking Time|
|Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) plus N70, N71, or N72||Hempstead Station||12 MInutes|
How to get to Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum by Railroad and Bus
Take the Long Island Rail Road from Penn Station (Manhattan), the Atlantic Terminal (Brooklyn) or Jamaica Station (Queens) to Hempstead Station and walk south one block to Hempstead Bus Terminal on West Columbia Street and take either the N70, N71, or N72, which will drop you off on Hempstead Turnpike opposite the Nassau Coliseum. (8 minutes walking and about 11 minutes on the bus not including wait time).
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Wow I was pleasantly surprised by the seating. Court side seats?!?! Wasn’t expecting such awesome seats. Game was very entertaining but too bad the nets lost. Food was mediocre and the drinks provided in the buffet was super watered down. But was nice to check out the vip lounge. Great event!!! Staff at venue was super nice and friendly. Would return!!!
Christine T - 10 days ago
Great seeing Islanders at their true home again. Only problem is flags block clock on scoreboard. Good flow around concourse with good food choices available.
Peter C. Brown - 11 days ago
Organization could of offer something much better outside to the checking point, nevertheless it was my first experience, and I must say that the event was great! I bless God for a wonderful evening ,especially... getting the opportunity to see YOLANDA Adams in person for the first time. I were so trill.
Donna Wickham - 29 days ago
We went to the Home Improvement show. Cost $5 to park and free admission. Vendors hawked to get in home appointments and tried to sell you the benefits of their products. Location was fine, parking easy and close to entrance. A couple of food concessions stands were open but why pay triple here when you can easily find something in the area to eat. Overall not a bad show, just looking for more varied home improvement vendors, too many clothes and and non home repair items this time.
Dan Schwartz - 1 month ago