Parks in New York City

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Parks in New York City

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Battery Park
Jutting out at the southernmost point of Manhattan, tree-filled...
Parks Financial District
 
Bowling Green
Perhaps most recognized as the home of Arturo Di Modica's 7,000-pound...
Parks Financial District
 
Brooklyn Bridge Park
On the waterfront between the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan...
Parks Waterfront Brooklyn
 
Bryant Park
This lovely green space nestled among landmarks and skyscrapers...
Parks Midtown West
 
Carl Schurz Park
Facing the East River, this park, named for a German immigrant...
Parks Upper East Side
 
Central Park
Central Park's creators had a simple goal: design a place where...
Parks Upper West Side
 
Columbus Park
People-watching is the thing in this park. If you swing by in...
Parks Chinatown
 
Governors Island
Governors Island is open to the public from May to October: get...
Parks New York Harbor
 
Gramercy Park
You may not be able to enter this private park (the only truly...
Parks Gramercy
 
Hamilton Grange National Memorial
Founding father Alexander Hamilton and his wife raised eight...
Houses / Mansions, Parks, Historic Districts / Sites Harlem
 
The High Line
Once a railroad track carrying freight trains, this elevated...
Parks Chelsea
 
Hudson River Park
The quiet places of New York City are treasured by locals, and...
Parks TriBeCa
 
Madison Square Park
The benches of this elegant tree-filled park afford great views...
Parks Flatiron District
 
Marcus Garvey Park
At the center of this historic, tree-filled public square, atop...
Parks Harlem
 
Prospect Park
Brooklyn residents are fiercely passionate about Prospect Park...
Parks Park Slope and Prospect Heights
 
Riverside Park
Surrounded by concrete and skyscrapers all day, you might not...
Parks Upper West Side
 
Tompkins Square Park
This leafy park fills up with locals year-round, partaking in...
Parks East Village
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