Hudson River Park is a huge open space from Pier 97 to Battery Park City, juxtaposed with parks, paths, and fields. You can ... More
Hudson River Park
Hudson River Park is a huge open space from Pier 97 to Battery Park City, juxtaposed with parks, paths, and fields. You can fish, swim, relax, walk, run your dogs in the designated parks, enjoy refreshments or sit and read a book etc. This is the perfect place to spend your day with your family, or enjoy a little walk or jog after work hours to relax. Log on and find more about the Hudson River Park from Pier 97.
The 'Battery' was created in 1693 when the British government that then controlled New York mounted cannons there. It played
a role in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812 and even the Civil War as draftees were housed ...
The Greenwich Village Park is popular with students and residents. It is one of the few green spots in the
area. At the northern end of the park is a triumphal arch, built in 1789 to honor George Washington, ...
This small, public park in lower Manhattan has been here since 1733 and it is the oldest in the city.
When the Dutch established the settlement of New Amsterdam in the 17th Century, the area was used as a ...