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Gary A. said, "...If you haven't been to the High Line Park, it's definitely worth a visit. Walk from Chelsea (New York) along the High Line down to the Meatpacking District and end up for cocktails at the The Standard New York , or lunch/dinner/brunch..." See More
Jennifer M. said, "...a nice view. The Biergarten at The Standard is also a little crowded but super fun, and it's right by the High Line Park which is great if you haven't been yet. Other activities: Bryant Park /the New York Public Library MoMACentral Park..." See More
4 mentions in How do New Yorkers spend a weekend in the city?
Jaime R. said, "...on the westside... I would walk grab breakfast at The Jane Hotel - Café Gitane then walk through Chelsea + the High Line Park and check out some galleries... figure out how far you want to walk and here are some great places..." See More
coco m. said, "...The suggestions you got are good ones... some weekends are for hanging about~ checking out the High Line Park, go to Central Park, MOMA, crossing the Brooklyn Bridge but that's what tourists do too and honestly, I cant remb the last time..." See More
Kathy H. said, "...York, great views. Go to Union Square Greenmarket on Sat. morning, go to Shake Shack or Eataly for lunch. Walk the High Line Park on West Side (elevated train tracks that have been turned into a park along the water). Look in New..." See More
Diane g. said, "...go to a museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art or Museum of Modern Artare my favorites, love to walk on the High Line Park, window shop in SoHoor the East Village (or actually shop). Eat at a really nice restaurant and see..." See More
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Cheng L. said, "...a fairly affordable price and a great place to check out other food. Then from there, take a walk on the High Line Park which is a park that was converted from old railway tracks in New York and you'll get a feeling..." See More
Tracy K. said, "...came through. You can walk down Wall Street Plazaand see the famous bull but there isn't much there besides it. The High Line Park is a nice walk It runs along an old train line. Try and take in a play on Broadway...." See More
Fritzi L. said, "...New York Public Library - Mid-Manhattan Library, St. Patrick's Cathedral, St James Cathedral Pavilion. Central Park is famous, as is the High Line Park I recommend you explore by neighborhood, "uptown" (residential) Midtown, business, downtown, the east and west village, SoHo, Chinatown and..." See More
Chelsy w. said, "...Food tours. AMAZING Look him up on facebook or http://www.famousfatdave.com/ Funnest I ever have in NYC And I've been many times! High Line Park (start up around 30th and work down to 16 15th st, bit of a walk) is great and if..." See More
4 mentions in What are the best free things NYC has to offer?
Heather Ann W. said, "...Walk over the Brooklyn Bridge and walk the High Line Park and all the galleries are free - it is since to walk around the galleries in Chelsea (New York) - some galleries Gagosian Gallery, David Zwirner Gallery and then the museums The..." See More
Emily B. said, "...city and watching NYers go about their day. Some great places to do so are Central Park, Washington Square Park or High Line Park. All of these are also great places to take a break or enjoy a cup of coffee. Another..." See More
Jeff P. said, "...Central Park is free, as is the High Line Park (which is really Nuyawk!). There are many places to hear all kinds of music that typically don't charge cover charges weekdays. Google the type of music and nyc. Websites will indicate if covers..." See More
terry O. said, "...the Statue of Liberty. Return to Manhattan and walk up to Chinatown New York for lunch or dinner. And there's the High Line Park (not one of my personal favorites) but from 14th Street to Midtown Manhattan you can walk it with fabulous..." See More
3 mentions in Best things to see in NYC in 3 days?
Rocio A. said, "...American Museum of Natural History,among many others. Second day: lower Mahattan. I would start walking Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, Chelsea Waterside Park, High Line Park Greenwich Village, SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown New York, Washington Square Arch, Financial District, etc. Last but not least, dedicate..." See More
Regan W. said, "...Here are my suggestions: Central Park High Line Park Circle Line boat tour around the entire island--three hours, drinks available and full of historyTake the F (subway) to the York Station or the ferry from Wall St to Brooklyn Bridge, walk around the..." See More
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Chase J. said, "...not a huge fan of musicals - but Book of Mormon is amazing - this is the best one i've seen. High Line Park is a great place to get outside for a stroll in NYC. Times Square is so much neon, a..." See More
Brew J. said, "...on sunny days, during torrential downpours and during winter, and its been enjoyable every time. I love this place. Good times. High Line Park is very cool. Stop off at the Standard for a drink in the upstairs lounge bar, or pop down..." See More
Grace L. said, "...possible guest comediansBig Gay Ice Cream Shop - Not your ordinary soft serve Wallflower - Cute date spot for drinks ACE: High Line Park- Beautifully curated park to Chelsea MarketMomofuku Milk Bar - Corn Cookie, Crack Pie & Cereal Milk Jacqueline Kennedy..." See More
Anna G. said, "...more daylight to see and do things. My favorite places for going out in NYC are Meatpacking District and SoHo. The High Line Park also starts from the Meatpacking with is convenient...." See More
3 mentions in First time in the City -- highlights?
Loreto F. said, "...in New York. Just walking around the city you'll find something interesting! but some of the ones that I recomend are High Line Park, Chelsea Market Baskets Williamsburg..." See More
Rocio A. said, "...would recommend to visit the flwg places: Little Italy, Chinatown New York, Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty Museum Store, Ground Zero, High Line Park. I always recommend 2/3 restaurants (as they are outstanding restaurants and not very expense). Maison, The Irish Pub,..." See More
Tracy A. said, "...Walk the High Line Park. I like doing it from north to south, stopping at Chelsea Market Baskets for a snack, and then ending up somewhere nearish to 10th and 10th and then walking east for one (or more) drinks in the..." See More
3 mentions in What to do in NYC with my 12 year grand daughter?
Marc C. said, "...Take her to the High Line Park which is a park that is on an elevated train track. Along the way take time to shop in the Meatpacking District, have a coffee, and enjoy some time outside. (Before the park was created)After..." See More
Julia C. said, "...a really fun experience for kids; all my friends with kids love to take them there. Eat ice cream on the High Line Park in Chelsea for a nice walk break. Ride the Staten Island ferry to get a nice waterside view of..." See More
guy l. said, "...city but if your grand daughter (and you) are willing to walk I think you can have a wonderful day. The High Line Park is nice to see and you can pick it up on the northern end and walk to Chelsea (New..." See More
Jennifer B. said, "...you have time, take a class at the Trapeze School New York, right on the Hudson River. And don't miss the High Line Park! Also, a stroll through the Chelsea Market Baskets is fun...." See More
Saul S. said, "...Not sure how "hidden" these are but worth going to in NYC no matter what. 1. The High Line Park 2. Prospect Park in Brooklyn 3. Check out/walk around DUMBO then take the ferry to Williamsburg...." See More
Alisa B. said, "...New York--the High Line Park, a rail line that has been refurbished as an urban walkway near Chelsea Piers is a fantastic way to see the city from a different angle...free. Near NYU is a little known museum, the Forbes Galleries with..." See More
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Drew P. said, "...Breakfast at Balthazar Restaurant is a classic. You'll see the New York digerati tuck in to pain au chocolat. High Line Park. Take a walk and see what all the fuss is about...." See More
Bente J. said, "...It's free and a great way to see her. Cross Brooklyn Bridge , stroll around Central Park , walk along the High Line Park. I also thought the 9/11 Memorial Visitor Center was quite impressive but I did find lines quite long..." See More
3 mentions in Two days in New York, what to see?
Kaydee B. said, "...Standard Grill and its biergarten are a solid spot for a meal and/or drinks. In this neighborhood you can also walk High Line Park- an old above ground railroad converted to a park. For more walking check out cute shops, streets and..." See More
Erika P. said, "...to go West, and take the subway from Ground Zero or Battery Park up to Chelsea. Chelsea is home to the High Line Park, the former elevated train line that brought meat from midtown down to, you guessed it, the meatpacking district...." See More
Annemarie D. said, "...that are in the middle of it all, so you don't have to waste time commuting, I want to recommend visiting High Line Park, an elevated park on the west side of Union Square Park . If you get hungry, there's excellent..." See More
Regan W. said, "...of Art at sunset. But the Ground Zero museum is interesting. The only touristy things I would recommend are: Central Park High Line Park Ellis IslandCircle line boat tourWalk the Brooklyn BridgeAll the museums..." See More
Courtney R. said, "...Hi, Kimberly-- Here are a few of the places I'd try to check out while I'm there: High Line Park- former elevated railway turned park. Best thing in NYC right now in my opinion Madison Square Park - it used to be..." See More
2 mentions in Top things to do that are free and not free in NYC?
Rocio A. said, "...Chinatown New York y Little Italy donde podras disfrutar de una gastronomia exquisita. Muchas opciones deliciosas. El Washington Square Arch y High Line Park son dos imperdibles. Me encanta el ambiente y los restaurants en el Highline!! En el Midtown Manhattan esta por..." See More
Grace L. said, "...gmaconcerts.comBrooklyn Brewery the brewery tour is free and you can buy 5 tokens for $20 to trade for beerWalk on the High Line Park and cross the Brooklyn Bridge into Manahattan for a breathtaking view of downtownWhispering arches outside Grand Central Oyster Bar..." See More
Matt T. said, "...Walk the High Line Park from 34th to 14th street (it's an elevated train track turned landscaped pedestrian walkway...and it's awesome). Offers views of the city you won't see anywhere else. Hit Tortilla Flats afterwards for casual and tasty Mexican food...." See More
Nina M. said, "...show and a good night out with friends. dessert: Momofuku Milk BarDoughnut Plant places to enjoy: The Metropolitan Museum of Art High Line Park this is an old railway that runs above the city streets and was transformed into a public outdoor garden..." See More
Jamie E. said, "...bars, so The Algonquin Hotel and the King Cole Bar at the St Regis are favorites. If you haven't done the High Line Park, that's a great walk and a nice way to get out of the fray a bit. Similarly, The..." See More
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Eva G. said, "...- these places are popular and they will want to turn the table if you're not spending $. Then there's the High Line Park, which tourists love. A park sort of like Promenade Plantee, but more industrial looking. Instead of peering into..." See More
Carly W. said, "...to visit in New York that are free to just site see such as Chinatown New York, Little Italy, Union Station, High Line Park, New York Public Library, Times Square, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, Brooklyn Bridge. I would say that Statue..." See More
Debbie L. said, "...is a definite must go. You could spend an entire day there, so plan accordingly. You can take a walk along High Line Park, which is a one mile stretch of park built on an old railroad track. Since it's both of..." See More
2 mentions in Free things to do in New York City?
Jesse C. said, "... High Line Park and Chelsea Market are cool. Staten Island Ferry is free and gives you great views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island (there's also a great restaurant on Staten Island walking distance from the ferry called Enoteca Maria). Of..." See More
2 mentions in Cool, New Hotel in NYC?
Soraya D. said, "...be crowded - even on the busiest of Summer days. It's walking distances to Meatpacking District , but especially close to High Line Park. I've lived in New York for over half of my life, and often suggest to visitors they stay..." See More
Dorothy M. said, "...I love The Standard New York The Standard Hotel -- it's in the Meatpacking District and right on the amazing High Line Park! It's also within walking distance of the fantastic Chelsea Market Baskets, home to restaurants and food shops galore. While..." See More
2 mentions in Experience the city like a New Yorker?
Sarah S. said, "...be open for ice skating - go at night and it's pretty magical. If the weather is warm, try going to High Line Park- it's an above-ground park built on some old railroad tracks...." See More
2 mentions in What to do with 24 hours in NYC?
Teresa D. said, "...SoHo and soak up the downtown vibe, do a little shopping. Next i would head to Chelsea Market Baskets and the High Line Park. Grab a coffee or gelato from the market for your stroll along the highline. I would head back..." See More
Melody M. said, "...hungry by this time so stop in one of the great food stalls for a snack. After head up to the High Line Park for a nice stroll. End your day with a visit to one of the great free galleries in Chelsea..." See More
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Rocio A. said, "...most unforgettable vacations in New York City with my daughter. Manhattan offers a lot of gastronomy options, Times Square Little Italy, High Line Park, Meatpacking District, Flatiron District,,Gramercy Park, Chelsea Market,etc., are excellent examples of areas in NYC that offers outstanding gastronomy...." See More
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Rocio A. said, "...the park. Lower Manhattan will be your next stop. I would start walking Brooklyn Bridge , DUMBO, Flatiron Bldg,Chelsea Market Baskets, High Line Park, Madison Square Park, Greenwich Village, Chinatown New York, Little Italy, Statue of Liberty, Washington Square Park, Financial District,..." See More
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Nicolette o. said, "...far as transportation goes, and everyone contributed wonderful places to stay/eat/drink. For photography, I'd definitely suggest taking a walk along the High Line Park (High Line). You'll get some great shots from "above" the city. Just be sure to bundle up (it can..." See More
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Rocio A. said, "...your behalf. Let me suggest what places to visit in LM: Financial District, Little Italy, Chinatown New York, Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, High Line Park, Statue of Liberty, Meatpacking District, Greenwich Village, Columbus Circle, etc. In Midtown area you can start walking Central..." See More
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tiffany p. said, "...Indra has some great suggestions! Here is a good guide to free days at all of the museums http://www.nyc-arts.org/collections/35/free-museum-days-or-pay-what-you-wish Walk the High Line Park Highline for sure!! go to the art galleries underneath the Highline. The Brooklyn Flea ( a hip flea and..." See More
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