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210 10th Avenue
New York, NY 10011

 (212) 500-6035

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"High Line Park - an elevated public park on a historic freight rail line."  See More

"The nice thing about the Whitney is it is right next to another great NYC attraction - High Line Park."  See More

"I also recommend to walk Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, High Line Park on the Lower Manhattan."  See More

"But a cool experience might be a walk along the High Line Park (if it's not too cold by then) starting near where you're staying by Hudson Yards and heading south."  See More

"High Line Park, The Mall and Literary Walk"  See More

"High Line Park, Washington Square Park, Madison Square Park Conservancy, Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, Gramercy Park, Central Park West, The Mall and Literary Walk"  See More

"Walk through SoHo The Meatpacking District The Greenwich Village, East Village and West Village Walk the High Line Park"  See More

"The High Line Park is an urban park which was converted from old railroad lines."  See More

"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 like you are walking amongst the buildings."  See More

"I go to a museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art or Museum of Modern Art are my favorites, love to walk on the High Line Park, window shop in SoHo or the East Village (or actually shop)."  See More

"The High Line Park is a nice walk It runs along an old train line."  See More

"Central Park is famous, as is the High Line Park"  See More

"Plus, you can look up Famous Fat Dave Food tours. AMAZING Look him up on facebook or"  See More

"I visited free museums and the High Line Park."  See More

"If you get decent weather, take a walk in High Line Park -- a reclaimed elevated rail line on the West Side."  See More

"Then there's the High Line Park, which tourists love."  See More

"There are plenty of places 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."  See More

"Indra has some great suggestions! Here is a good guide to free days at all of the museums :"  See More

"Not far from the Meatpacking District are Chelsea Market and the High Line Park."  See More

"High Line Park is a great park build on an old railroad track that ran in the city."  See More

"i'd also recommend downloading the "highline walking tour" episode of THE BOWERY BOYS (a nyc history podcast) and take yourself along the High Line Park while listening to the episode!"  See More

"The High Line Park in Chelsea is also wonderful for all ages."  See More

"Think about going to the Whitney Museum, walk along the High Line Park and enjoy Battery Park."  See More

"Last but not least (and even though it is not pretty close to Times Square) you must visit High Line Park."  See More

"Also check out the new Whitney Museum of American Art which is at the end of High Line Park in the hip Meatpacking District!"  See More

"Manhattan offers a lot of gastronomy options, Times Square Little Italy, High Line Park, Meatpacking District, Flatiron District,,Gramercy Park, Chelsea Market,etc."  See More

"Eat ice cream on the High Line Park in Chelsea for a nice walk break."  See More

"Take her to the High Line Park which is a park that is on an elevated train track."  See More

"The High Line Park is nice to see and you can pick it up on the northern end and walk to Chelsea (New York) or the Meatpacking District."  See More

"Central Park or High Line Park for late evening, dinner in the Lower East Side"  See More

"It's right next to the High Line Park so you can knock both out in a few hours!"  See More

"High Line Park The High Line is an elevated park built on on old railroad track, and there are food and gelato carts for a little treat."  See More

"Close to Chelsea Market Baskets and the High Line Park."  See More

"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."  See More

"Walk the High Line Park from 34th to 14th street (it's an elevated train track turned landscaped pedestrian walkway."  See More

"Consider these if you haven't already (probably touristy): High Line Park One World Observatory Whitney Museum"  See More

"You're also a very reasonable walk from neighboring SoHo, TriBeCa and - if your feet are comfortable - High Line Park."  See More

"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, etc."  See More

"High Line Park Circle Line boat tour around the entire island--three hours, drinks available and full of history Take the F (subway) to the York Station or the ferry from Wall St to Brooklyn Bridge, walk around the old waterfront warehouse Brooklyn neighborhood of DUMBO and time it so you can walk over the Brooklyn Bridge back into Manhattan at sunset."  See More

"The High Line Park is free and super pretty."  See More

"I would start walking Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO, Chelsea Waterside Park, High Line ParkGreenwich Village, SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown New York, Washington Square Arch, Financial District, etc."  See More

"One thing that is worth checking out is a walk along High Line Park and visit the Chelsea Market Baskets."  See More

"Probably the best rooftop bar to me would be The Attic however I spent a beautiful 4th of July on the High Line Park and my family was very pleased with the choice."  See More

"El Washington Square Arch y High Line Park son dos imperdibles."  See More

"com Brooklyn Brewery the brewery tour is free and you can buy 5 tokens for $20 to trade for beer Walk on the High Line Park and cross the Brooklyn Bridge into Manahattan for a breathtaking view of downtown Whispering arches outside Grand Central Oyster Bar Subscribe to the skint for free events and happenings in the city Not Free, but still worth it!"  See More

"During one of my earlier visits to New York City we purchased a New York City Pass for two days, !"  See More

"High Line Park and Chelsea Market are cool."  See More

"3 days might seem little but I managed to pack a lot during my visit there during Christmas. We obviously walked around Times Square (it's better at night), we walked through Chinatown New York, saw One World Trade Center and 9/11 Memorial and even spent a few hours in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Oh yes, and managed to see the sunset in Central Park. You can find my plan here: ."  See More

"High Line Park - Beautifully curated park to Chelsea Market"  See More

"Make your way over to High Line Park and be sure to catch a sunset at the top of the Empire State Building Observation Deck!"  See More

"The High Line Park is another great park."  See More

"Your daughter would probably enjoy Chelsea Market Baskets or even just walking through Central Park or High Line Park!"  See More

"6) Central Park or/and the High Line Park for outdoors"  See More

"If you are considering New York, here are some thoughts: - Walk, jog, bike, boat and horse carriage ride Central Park (I love to stay around the park) - Window shopping on the 5th Ave - Walk the High Line Park - Watch a broadway (or off-broadway) show - Empire State Building Observation Deck(get express tickets) - if this is your first trip - Drinks and Jazz at the Village Vanguard - Brunch at Balthazar You may find some options in this romantic NYC trip idea."  See More

"The only touristy things I would recommend are: Central Park High Line Park Ellis Island Circle line boat tour Walk the Brooklyn Bridge All the museums"  See More

"If you want to experience NYC parks, walk the High Line Park, explore Central Park or Riverside Park."  See More

"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."  See More

"Some great places to do so are Central Park, Washington Square Park or High Line Park."  See More

"Central Park is free, as is the High Line Park (which is really Nuyawk!"  See More

"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 views of the Hudson River to the West and the pre and post gritty waterfront on both sides."  See More

"The west village will lead you over to Chelsea Market You may be 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."  See More

"Walk over the Brooklyn Bridge and walk the High Line Park"  See More

"Depends on time of year, but if you are able to go outside, I'd hit the High Line Park."  See More

"Next i would head to Chelsea Market Baskets and the High Line Park."  See More

"In New York, go strolling on High Line Park."  See More

"If you enjoy walking around and photographing cities, then I'd definitely recommend High Line Park."  See More

"but some of the ones that I recomend are High Line Park, Chelsea Market Baskets Williamsburg"  See More

"On the lower Manhattan I would recommend to visit the flwg places: Little Italy, Chinatown New York, Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty Museum Store, Ground Zero, High Line Park."  See More

"It's located on far west side a few blocks from meatpacking district and the High Line Park Also a cool lounge/bar located inside the hotel."  See More

"If you go to Ganesvoort or Standard you get additional benefit of being super close to (or the Standard is right on top of) the High Line Park which is an elevated park in NYC- very cool pedestrian walk 2 floors above streets of NYC- free and cool!"  See More

"For photography, I'd definitely suggest taking a walk along the High Line Park (High Line)."  See More

"There is a good strip of Galleries in Chelsea you can walk around and make a day of it David Zwirner Gallery 525 W 19th St Gagosian Gallery 555 W 24th St And then walk the HighLine High Line Park Eat dinner - at Beauty & Essex - use to be an old pawn shop - the front is still a pawn shop with guitars and cool jewelry 146 Essex St."  See More

"The Empire State Building opens at 8:00am and closes at 2:00am every day, and the last elevator up is at 1:15pm. As of 2014, tickets to the main deck are $29.00 for adults, $23.00 for 6-12 year-olds, and $50.00 for Express Passes. You may also want to experience the Sky Ride while you are there as well. The Sky Ride is a “super large flight simulator” which is basically a virtual reality helicopter ride through Manhattan and Central Park. Ask about it when you get there! For more information, log on to As an alternative to this, the rooftop on the 70th floor of Rockefeller Plaza (creatively named “Top of the Rock”) has been re-designed and re-opened after years of abandonment, and it is amazing! Unlike the Empire State Building, which uses a fence as protection, the Top of the Rock uses flat, non-reflective glass panels, which allows for completely unobstructed views of the Empire State Building and Central Park with no camera flash to ruin the pictures! They use a “timed-ticket” method, which means you choose what time you want to go, and this prevents having to wait in long lines when you arrive. They also have an option of purchasing “Sunrise Sunset” tickets, which allow guests to visit twice in one day. Purchase your “Sunrise Sunset” ticket for the first time slot you wish to attend and make another visit to Top of the Rock later in the day. Check out for more details! The Statue of Liberty/ Ellis Island ferry runs to the islands every fifteen minutes from 8:30am until 4:30pm, and the tickets can be purchased at Clinton Castle in Battery Park. Keep in mind that this tour runs about 3-4 hours depending on how much time you plan to spend on each island. As of 2014 monument access passes are $18.00 for adults, $9.00 for ages 4-12, and $14.00 for Senior Citizens (62 and over). Crown access passes are $21.00 for adults, $12.00 for ages 4-12, and $17.00 for Senior Citizens (62 and over). Also keep in mind that if you choose to go after 2:00pm you will only be able to go to either Liberty Island or Ellis Island. Ferry tickets and time passes can be ordered in advance by calling the ferry company at: 1-866-STATUE4 or online at !"  See More

"And don't miss the High Line Park!"  See More

"Good Thai food, some lobster rolls if that's your thing, cheeses and meats if you want to take the food over to the High Line Park for a picnic."  See More

"High Line Park this is an old railway that runs above the city streets and was transformed into a public outdoor garden and walkway."  See More

"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."  See More

"do some alternative sites (the High Line Park, Brooklyn Flea Market, a NY food tour…"  See More

"First thing I'd suggest is go the Meatpacking District and walk up High Line Park."  See More

"in the High Line Park on the roof of Rockefeller Center beautiful view on central park Bryant Park beautiful park where there is the fashion week on the rooftop of 230 FIFTH Enjoy your trip !"  See More

"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."  See More

"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 I made it to the MOMA or CP."  See More

"Walk the High Line Park on West Side (elevated train tracks that have been turned into a park along the water)."  See More

"High Line Park: An old elevated freight line turned public park that commissions artists to leverage the architecture, plant life and design of the High Line in a way that complements the urban landscape."  See More

"I would walk grab breakfast at The Jane Hotel - Café Gitane then walk through Chelsea + the High Line Park and check out some galleries."  See More

"Chelsea Piers and High Line Park availible"  See More

"Go to High Line Park and take a long walk if the weather is good."  See More

"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."  See More

"If you haven't been to the High Line Park, it's definitely worth a visit."  See More

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"As a visitor you should definitely walk down the High Line Park for the view and people watching."  See More

"High Line Park, which is a one mile stretch of park built on an old railroad track."  See More

"It just opened right by the High Line Park and it lives in a former monastery."  See More

"High Line Park, the former elevated train line that brought meat from midtown down to, you guessed it, the meatpacking district."  See More

"Two days isn't a lot of time here, but if you're looking for some sites 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."  See More

"In this neighborhood you can also walk High Line Park - an old above ground railroad converted to a park."  See More

"Cross Brooklyn Bridge, stroll around Central Park, walk along the High Line Park."  See More

"Also getting some good snacks to eat at one of the benches somewhere along the High Line Park would be a recommendation."  See More

"High Line Park - it's an above-ground park built on some old railroad tracks."  See More

"The weather should still be good through the fall for a stroll on the High Line Park!"  See More

"Just to name a few of my favorites: Greenwich Village Chinatown New York The Theater District - Times Square I love The Central Park Boathouse at Central Park Fifth Avenue The Flatiron Building The Metropolitan Museum of Art Museum of Modern Art High Line Park"  See More

"High Line Park is a great place to get outside for a stroll in NYC."  See More

"I love The Standard New YorkThe Standard Hotel -- it's in the Meatpacking District and right on the amazing High Line Park!"  See More

"It's walking distances to Meatpacking District, but especially close to High Line Park."  See More

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