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.
Construction for this historic park began in 1883. It is located on the site where the Battle of Harlem Heights
was fought during the Revolutionary War in 1776. The 31 acre park runs from West 110th to West 123rd ...
The same architects who designed Central Park in Manhattan, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, have created this beautiful Brooklyn
park. Unlike its more famous cousin in Manhattan, Prospect Park is not surrounded by skyscrapers. Many Olmsted fans dub ...
The Cloisters is the medieval outpost of the Metropolitan Museum of Art . Overlooking the Hudson River, it is a
deeply relaxing and spiritual place. The interlocking cloisters are faithful reconstructions of five French monasteries. They were erected between ...
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