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Peggy from Camarillo asked

What to see.

Where to walk around Tribeca?

TriBeCa (New York)

4 Answers
answered by
amery from Chinatown New York

Well in summer season it is a nice place to see you can explore art galleries, shopping malls could have lunch at resorts and much more, not so big area so could have fun around. 

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Julie from Lansdale, Pennsylvania

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Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Battery Park (neighborhood)
  2. World Trade Center (attraction)
  3. Wall Street Plaza (attraction)
  4. South Street Seaport (attraction)
  5. Stone St (attraction)
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answered by
Sean from Hudson Valley

Hi Peggy,

Tribeca is an often overlooked section of the city, and that's a shame because it's got a good deal to offer.  It all depends on what you enjoy.

If you're into walking and site seeing, You'll be near

There are several nice parks in the area worth visiting, including,

If you'd like to be more physically involved, check out the

If you enjoy contemporary art, Tribeca is home to many galleries.  You may enjoy,

For a unique, fun experience check out the Mystery Room NYC.  You can find out more about it at,

If you enjoy the performing arts you'll want to look into,

Also Keep in mind that you're not far from the Brooklyn Bridge, and that's one of the best free things in New York City.

Happy Travels!

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Mentioned in this answer:

  1. City Hall Park (attraction)
  2. The Woolworth Building (attraction)
  3. Ghostbusters - Hook & Ladder 8 (attraction)
  4. Canal Street (attraction)
  5. Chinatown New York (neighborhood)
  6. Columbus Park (attraction)
  7. Thomas Paine Park (attraction)
  8. Saint John's Park (attraction)
  9. Tribeca Park (attraction)
  10. Hudson River Greenway (attraction)
  11. Tribeca Skatepark (attraction)
  12. Citi Bike Station (attraction)
  13. Postmasters Gallery (attraction)
  14. Apexart (attraction)
  15. Art Projects International (attraction)
  16. Behr Thyssen Ltd (attraction)
  17. MARK HEITHOFF STUDIO (attraction)
  18. Mystery Room NYC (attraction)
  19. Tribeca Film Institute (attraction)
  20. Canal Park Playhouse (restaurant)
  21. The Drama League (attraction)
  22. Tribeca Performing Arts Center (attraction)
  23. Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center at 280 Broadway (attraction)
  24. Brooklyn Bridge (attraction)
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answered first by
Fritzi from San Francisco

TriBeCais a very small area (which has a good publicist).  The aconym stands for "Triangle Below Canal" (street).  Canal is an industrial street with merchants.  The neighborhood narrows as you walk downtown, with Canal being the top, broad part of the triangle.. You will see stores and old buildings.  There is development going on there, and some well known hotels and restaurants. It used to be a gritty industrial part of the city which is being gentrified.  Walk along Canal Street and down Broadway. You will get a feel for the neighborhood.  It's transitional.

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  2. Canal Street (attraction)
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