Traveling to Union Arts Center
Palisades Parkway North
Use Exit 4 and then Left onto 9W north. After the next traffic signal, continue past The Market (a good stop for food and drink) on your right. Soon after, there will be a sign for Tallman State Park on your right, slow down and then a Left turn onto Valentine Road. Use caution, as you must cross 9W at an angle. Follow this road down the slope and then about two blocks. At the sign for The Christ Episcopal Church, make a left onto Union St. Our address is 2 Union Ave. on the left. Continue another half-block for parking in the village center.
Palisades Parkway South
Use Exit 5 S for 303 S. towards Tappan. Turn Left at the 1st traffic signal onto Kings Highway, and follow until the end. There, at Orangeburg Road/340 East, make a Right Turn. At the next traffic signal, turn Right following 340 E. and what becomes Main St. of Sparkill, NY. At the Blinking light you are at the intersection of Main St. and Union St. If you look towards your Left you will see the front of Union Arts Center just a little down Union St. Continue straight for parking in the center of the village.
Take 9W South about 4 miles, passing a School on the Left. At the next traffic signal, use the Right lane and turn Right onto Hickey St. Then a Left onto Rt. 340. At the next intersection turn Right onto 340 E, This is Main St. of Sparkill. At the Blinking light you are at the intersection of Main St. and Union St. If you look towards your Left you will see the front of Union Arts Center just a little down Union St. Continue straight for parking in the center of the village.
CoachUSA departs Port Authority and stops at Depot Square, one block from UAC. Click here for the schedule.
Parking is available along Main & Washington St, and in the center of Sparkill: Depot Square. Parking is free and no permits are required. Please do not park across the street (residential lot) or in the Chase Bank lot.
Union Arts Center, a restored 100 year old firehouse, is currently not handicapped accessible to the 2nd floor performance space, Quincy Hall. Building plans for an elevator, and fundraising plans for its installation, are being developed to create this accessibility in the future.