Where can I purchase show tickets?

Tickets can be purchased in advance online by clicking here or at the show Box Office, located inside of the Metropolitan Pavilion lobby. The box office accepts cash and credit cards.

Is there somewhere at the show I can check my bags and/or coat?

Coat Check will be available when you enter the show.

Where do I park?

SpotHero is an example of parking availability and reservation app that may assist you. If you have parking-related inquiries, please contact the lot/garage directly. Click here to visit the Metropolitan Pavilion’s updated local parking information.

How do I get to the Show on the Subway?

The following subway lines have stops near to Metropolitan Pavilion. Visit New York City Transit / MTA for service status, transport-related apps, and more, as well as standard subway and bus route maps.

The No. 1 train; from the 18th St. stop, walk east to 125 W. 18th St.,

The No. 2 or 3 train; from the 14th St. stop, walk uptown (north) to 18th St. and 7th Avenue; turn right onto 18th St., and proceed east to 125 W. 18th St.

The A, C, or E train; from the 14th St. stop, walk uptown (north) on 8th Avenue to 18th St.; turn right onto 18th St., then, crossing over 7th Avenue, proceed to 125 W. 18th St.

The M, F or L train; from the 14th St. stop, walk uptown (north) on 6th Avenue to 18th St., then turn left onto 18th St. and proceed to 125 W. 18th St.

The No. 4, 5, 6, Q, R, N, or W train; from the 14th St. stop at Union Square, walk uptown to 18th St. and then proceed west to 125 W.

Can I bring my child to the show?

Children are welcome at the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show when accompanied by an adult at all times. Children under the age of 12 are not required to purchase tickets.  Strollers are also permitted inside the show.

Who will be exhibiting at the show and how do I contact them?

Click here for the complete list of participating exhibitors and their contact information.

Can I bring an item inside the show for an exhibitor’s appraisal or to possibly sell to an exhibitor?

(*) Please see next question if you are a member of the jewelry industry trade

Attendees are not permitted to bring merchandise on the show floor. Bags should be stored at the show’s Coat Check area.  Security officers will inspect all incoming and outgoing carried matter​. Attendees will not be permitted to enter the show with items.

Attendees who purchase an item from an exhibitor will be given a completed PASS OUT FORM. This is the show’s official clearance documentation which must be handed to security in order to exit the floor. Attendees will not be permitted to exit the show with an item that is not accompanied by a corresponding PASS OUT.

I am a member of the jewelry trade, do I get any benefits as an industry professional?

Jewelry Industry Trade Professionals will have the opportunity to access the show sales floor before the buying public by participating in the show’s TRADE BADGE PROGRAM.  Only registered  TRADE BADGE holders will be permitted to bring merchandise into the show. TRADE BADGES will include a photo of the registrant and are non-trasnferable.

*Pre-Show Industry Trade Show Badge Pricing: $500

*At-Show Industry Trade Show Badge Pricing: $800

Industry Trade Badge Program Admission Show Dates – October 22-25, 2021

Friday October 22………..9:30am – 7:00pm

Saturday October 23…….9:30am – 7:00pm

Sunday October 24………9:30am – 7:00pm

Monday October 25………9:30am – 4:00pm

Click Here to Register for a Trade Badge

Can I bring a pet to the show?

Attendees may bring service animals.

Can I take pictures at the show?

Yes. cameras are allowed inside of the show.  However, you must first request the exhibitor’s permission to photograph their merchandise.  We ask that you respect the exhibitor’s directive on this matter.

We encourage you to share your pre-authorized photos to our official Facebook and Instagram pages and tagging them with the official hashtags: #NYCJAWS and #NYCJewelryShow

Will there be food & beverage at the show?

There will be a café on show floor. We do not permit food from the outside to be brought into the show.

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