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Looking to travel from Syracuse to New York by bus? Then look no further than OurBus. OurBus has you covered with a direct route, offering our Syracuse to NYC bus service at an affordable price. Every OurBus from Syracuse to New York is a modern charter-style bus with individual power outlets, adjustable seats, available free WiFi, a sanitized bathroom and a complimentary bottle of water. OurBus works with only premium bus companies to ensure the high-quality level of service makes Syracuse residents, tourists and students choose OurBus when traveling.

Taking OurBus from Syracuse to New York City is an excellent option when considering how you want to travel to New York City. Whether you're considering driving, taking the train or perhaps some other means of transportation, OurBus makes it an easy decision to travel by bus. You will board the bus at the bus stop on Waverly Avenue located between Walnut Place and University Ave. The bus will arrive at Park Avenue South between 26th and 27th. 

Tickets for OurBus can be easily purchased on our website or via our app that is available on iOS and Android. You will find bus tickets to NYC from Syracuse among numerous other routes that we offer. The Syracuse to New York City route is very popular amongst students of Syracuse University, residents and tourists who want to travel to NYC. So what’s stopping you? Buy your ticket and catch your bus to New York City from Syracuse today!


New York City has many places and experiences for everyone to visit throughout the city. One of the places worth visiting is The Frick Collection. The Frick Collection is internationally acclaimed and recognized as a premier museum and research center based in New York City. The Collection at Frick is most known for its Old Masters paintings and exceptional examples of European decorative art and sculptures. 

The collection was assembled by Henry Clay Frick and resides in his former home on Fifth Avenue. This property is one of New York’s last remaining Gilded Age mansions and it provides visitors with a tranquil atmosphere to experience the masterpieces that are on display throughout the exhibits. In addition to special exhibitions and a widely acclaimed concert series, The Frick Collection offers a wide range of symposiums, lectures, and educational programs that inspire a deep appreciation of the collection.

Central Park, New York. This iconic park is the most visited metropolitan park in the United States, with over 40 million visitors walking through it each year. Designed by Calvert Vaux and Frederick Olmstead, this beautiful park is a welcoming pause in the usual hustle and bustle of New York City. 

Central Park has several attractions to offer visitors including two ice-skating rinks, several bodies of water, the Central Park Zoo, the Strawberry Fields, Belvedere Castle and an endless number of other activities. There are also several grass fields perfect for picnics in addition to a handful of playgrounds for kids. Central Park has a lot to offer to anyone that visits and is worth taking a stroll during your visit!

The New York Public Library is a world-renowned library system that was founded in 1895. The New York Public Library has a boastfully impressive research collection that has been used by famous writers, scholars, innovators, and artists from around the world. Each person has come to the library seeking knowledge, inspiration and guidance that can be found in the deep and sweeping archive of more than 46 million items that will help them create their own original work.

The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, often referred to as the “main branch”, is located on Fifth Avenue and 42nd in the heart of Manhattan. This is one of four major research libraries in addition to the 88 branch libraries that are scattered throughout New York City. This Beaux-Arts style landmark houses several outstanding research collections that include world history, sports, religion amongst numerous other subjects. 

As you have read, New York City has numerous attractions for everyone to enjoy. Whether it be visiting the Frick Collection, Central Park or The New York Public Library, these are just a few of the many attractions that New York has to offer. Book your tickets from Syracuse to New York City today!



  1. Book in advance and save! OurBus offers affordable pricing from Syracuse to NYC.
  2. OurBus allows you to purchase a bus ticket from Syracuse to NYC for fares as cheap as $25*.
  3. Ticket bookings are hassle-free, mobile-friendly, and can be made online at OurBus.com or on the OurBus app.
  4. Our drop down calendar allows you to schedule your trip by offering the best prices for your chosen dates of travel from Syracuse to NYC.



When traveling by bus to NYC from Syracuse, you will depart from Waverly Avenue located between Walnut Place and University Ave. This stop is very close to Syracuse University and is the best way to get to NYC from Syracuse for university students.

The bus stop in NYC is located at Park Avenue South between 26th and 27th across from 371 Park Avenue South. 

Prior to the bus’s arrival and even during your journey, you can track the precise location and time of arrival for your specific bus. Simply click on the link that is included in your confirmation ticket email or access on the app.


How long does it take to get from Syracuse to New York?

The bus journey to New York City takes approximately 4 hours and 30 minutes via OurBus. If you travel by car it will take approximately 4 hours without stopping. Traveling by train takes 5 hours and 30 minutes and by plane, it takes 1 hour and 10 minutes, without considering time needed for traveling to the airport, security and boarding.

How far is it from Syracuse to New York?

The distance between Syracuse and NYC is 247 miles.

When does the bus leave from Syracuse to NYC?

The departure times and ETA are available on OurBus.com or the OurBus App once you search for your origin and destination.

I would like to alter my ticket from Syracuse to NYC to an earlier or later time or date. What do I do with my original ticket?

If your scheduled departure is more than 30 minutes away, you can simply cancel your original ticket on our website/app and transfer the money as stored credit to OurBus Wallet. This credit will reflect in your Wallet immediately and you can use this to book another ticket on our website/app. You’ll need to pay the difference in fare, if any, for a new reservation.

Within 30 minutes of departure, please contact our customer service team for assistance.

How far is Syracuse University from NYC?

The distance between the University Hill institution and NYC is 246 miles.

How to get to NYC from Syracuse by bus?

You can travel to NYC from Syracuse by OurBus with our highly rated bus service that runs directly from Syracuse to NYC.

What is the cheapest way to get from Syracuse to New York?

The most affordable way to travel from Syracuse to New York is by bus.

How much is a bus ticket from Syracuse to NYC?

OurBus allows you to purchase a bus ticket to New York from Syracuse for fares as cheap as $25*.

Is there a direct bus between Syracuse and New York?

OurBus’s route from Syracuse to New York is a direct route. Check individual trips as some have a brief stop in Binghamton for passengers to get on or off the bus.

Where do I catch the Syracuse to New York bus from?

You can catch the bus at Waverly Ave. between Walnut Place and University Ave. The exact address is 222 Waverly Ave Syracuse, NY.


How do I get a chartered bus rental near me in Syracuse?

OurBus taps into a network of high-quality bus owners and operators to be able to find you a charter bus rental in Syracuse and many areas of Upstate NY at the lowest price. To find out more about OurBus charter hire, see our Charter information and Submit a Request.

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