IKEA New Haven
IKEA New Haven
450 Sargent Drive
New Haven, CT 06511
- Children must be toilet trained (no diapers/pull-ups unless the child has special needs).
- Children are required to wear socks in Småland.
- Children must meet height requirement of 37”- 54”.
- For the child's safety, the same parent/guardian who signs the child in, must sign the child out.
Phone number: 1-888-888-4532
Local offers and activities
Custom Closet Workshop
Let us help make your dream closet a reality! Meet our closet experts on Nov. 30 from 2-3PM in the Bedroom Department to design your custom closet and bring it to life!
• Designing for your functional needs
• Ways to organize
• How to get started
• Available services
Let's get started on customizing your closet!
Workshop location: Bedroom Department in our Showroom (2nd floor)
Kitchen Planning Workshop
Join our kitchen planning experts on December 7 for a Kitchen Planning Workshop starting at 11:00AM. Log in to your IKEA Family account to RSVP!
Discount at Long Wharf Theatre!
Take $15 off tickets to the current show. The discount code is the first 5 digits of your IKEA Family number.
*Max 4 tickets per order. Does not apply to lowest price tickets.
Save At Mystic Aquarium
Simply show your IKEA Family Card and save $4 on general admission tickets for up to four people.
*Cannot be combined with any other offer. Valid through 12/31/2019.
Save at Six Flags New England!
IKEA Family members can save up to 60% with an online discount!
$43.00 One Day Admission* / $59.99 Seasons Passes*
*Processing fee applies
$50.41 Picnic in the Park**
**Includes tax, parking, admission theme and waterpark, all you can eat buffet. Visit online store for available dates.
Username: the first 9 digits of your IKEA Family member number
We love pets - but they can't shop in IKEA New Haven
Unfortunately, due to public health codes, we cannot allow pets inside IKEA New Haven.
We welcome ADA-qualified service animals that are trained or specifically in training to work or perform a task for people with disabilities.
According to the ADA: Service animals are defined as dogs or miniature horses that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. The work or task a service animal has been trained to provide must be directly related to the person’s disability.
Animals whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.
Under the ADA, service animals must be harnessed, leashed or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls.
Thank you for your understanding.