100 Circle Road, Stony Brook, NY, 11794

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(631) 632 - 4400

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Wang Center at Stony Brook University


The Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University is located at 100 Circle Road, Stony Brook, NY.
Parking is at the indoor garage directly across from the center.
There are many accessible spaces close to the entrance.
Passengers can be dropped off in the circle, where there are two benches.
The Center is easily accessible.
There is a ramp to the push-button assist entrance doors.
There are elevators to all floors.
Multi-stall restrooms, with large, accessible stalls are located on each level.
There is a single-occupancy restroom on the food court level.
The Jasmine  Food Court serves a variety of Asian cuisines.


    Attraction Type:  museum
    Number of accessible spaces:  many accessible spaces
    Location of accessible spaces:  parking garage directly across from the Center
    Surface of lot:  paved
    Distance to venue:  about 1/10 mile
    Transportation to venue offered:  na
    Terrain:  flat
    Places to rest:  there are two benches outside the garage entrance where passengers can be dropped off
    Paths and walkways:  concrete sidewalks
    Location of accessible entrance:  main entrance
    Doors:  push-button assistm double doors
    Number of floors:  3
    Elevators:  yes
    Ramps:  there is a ramp to main entrance
    Steps and staircases:  yes
    Width of aisles:  the entire building is quite spacious.
    Places to sit:  there is seating throughout the building
    Location of restrooms:  on each level
    Type of restroom:  one restroom is large, accessible, single-occupancy - Others are multi-stall with large, accessible stalls
    Ease of entry and exit:  the single-occupancy restroom (opposite the Jasmin Food Court) has push-button assist for entering and exiting
    Baby changing station:  yes
    Available food services:  Jasmin Food Court open Monday - Friday 11 - 8, Saturday and Sunday 12-7
    Friendliness of staff:  Everyone was lovely
    Notes:  Was told that free parking is available after 4:00 pm in parking lot next to the Wang Center

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The Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University, is a 120,000 square foot building,… “dedicated to understanding Asian and American Cultures, and the interactions of these cultures with other world cultures.”

Having never been here, I was happy to be invited to a meeting. It is a beautiful,  easily accessible building, with large galleries, a theater, meeting rooms, an outdoor garden and The Jasmine Food Court. The building exudes a peaceful atmosphere.  The main entrance has a ramp and push-button assist to enter.

After the meeting I was lucky enough to get a tour of the building. It was lovely to walk around and see all that it has to offer.The Center offers  art installations, films, tours, events, and even an upcoming Cherry Blossom Festival in April. 

After my tour, I took advantage of some free time to look around more closely. I loved the serenity of the building. Several of the installations are long term and some are temporary. Take a look at their website,">, for further information.

The theater has accessible ramps to most seats. Several rows at the back require steps to access them.

Unfortunately, it was too early for the Jasmine Food Court to be open. I was told that its offerings are delicious. There is a wide variety of Asian foods. I can tell you that it smelled delicious! I will be going back to check it out!

There are beautiful, multi-stall restrooms on each floor. Each has a large, accessible stall equipped with a sink in it. The restroom across from the Jasmin Food Court has push-button assist for both entering and exiting.There are baby- changing facilities as well.

Parking is in the garage directly opposite the Wang Center. Passengers can be dropped off before entering the garage, where there are two benches. There are many accessible spaces close to the entrance. I was told that after 4:00 pm. one can park in the lot next to the Wang Center.

This is a beautiful venue that I will definitely visit again.

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