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Madison Square Park


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Madison Ave
New York, NY 10010

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"There are other parks that I do like as well such as Bryant Park, Madison Square Park and Washington Square Park."  See More

"If you go down the city you will enjoy Madison Square Park, Gramercy Park and Union Square,perfect places for taking amazing pictures."  See More

"Start with a walk through Madison Square Park to see lots of buildings new and old, people- and dog-watch from a park bench, and end up at Eataly for lunch or dinner."  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

"My favorite free things are the parks: Central Park is the classic and can be combined with a visit to The Metropolitan Museum of Art (not free but well worth the cost), Bryant Park always seems to have interesting activities going on during th summer and is surrounded by cool architecture, and Madison Square Park where you can grab a burger and shake or beer at Shake Shack."  See More

"Siempre en la parte baja de Manhattan me encanta caminar otros parques como el Madison Square Park, Flatiron District y el Brooklyn Bridge."  See More

"Of course all the parks are worth a visit - Central Park, Bryant Park (also close to the New York Public Library - Mid-Manhattan Library and Grand Central Terminal), Washington Square Park, Madison Square Park (there's a Shake Shak in MSP and Eataly is right across the street)."  See More

"Madison Square Park - it used to be where all the best drug dealers hung out, now it's where all the cool kids sit and people watch."  See More

"Madison Square Park - when I was growing up this place was a drug-infested junkyard with more dealers than squirrels, but now it's a stunning open space with dog runs, beautiful plantings, tons of events and even its own piano player."  See More

"The Flatiron Building is great to photograph, as is Madison Square Park."  See More

"You can also walk your dog along the river or go for a run Madison Square Park has a small dog run where you can take your dog and then when finished, take pictures at the Flatiron Building or stroll down 5th Avenue Central Park doesn't have any enclosed/fenced in dog runs but has over 20 areas where you can let your dog off leash"  See More

"Madison Square Park is a beautiful smaller park in the Flatiron district and from there you can take photos of the Flatiron Building and walk and shop on the lower side of 5th Avenue."  See More

"Madison Square Park in particular always has something going on but here's a site that will give you info about all the parks in New York and what they've got going on."  See More


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Hotels nearby:
  1. Comfort Inn Chelsea
  2. The MAve Hotel
  3. Broadway Plaza Hotel



Things to do nearby:
  1. Shake Shack at Madison Square Park
  2. Eataly
  3. Birreria
  4. Columbus Park



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