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“A City Park Above the City”
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“Amazing sunset walk with a great view of the Hudson river”
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Gansevoort St. To W. 30 St. bet. Washington St. and 11 Ave, New York City, NY 10011
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A wonderful walk along an abandoned elevated railway line along the West side of Manhattan that has been converted to a city park. Comfortable easy walk. Level ground. Places to sit in sun and shade. Good views. Stop for a coffee. .A relaxing place to...More

Thank psalamon
Reviewed 1 week ago

The High Line Park was recommended to us... and what an amazing place. As recommended we arrived around sunset and enjoyed the nice walk along the Hudson river. There are nice places to sit, relax and enjoy the view. Absolutely a must see and do...More

Thank Eva_Vrijburcht
Reviewed 1 week ago

I read about it in a paper and so I wanted to see it one day.We went there by underground and then it takes you quite a walk to get there.But it is worth it.You walk on a former track of a train/streetcar and you...More

Thank Christiane P
Reviewed 1 week ago

A wonderful and novel park in a thoroughly urban area. Amazing how an abandoned elevated train tracks area has been converted to such a lush and beautiful green space. Being a linear park and being very popular, be aware that it may be crowded, especially...More

Thank Previa1994
Reviewed 23 May 2018

The High Line Park is really special, I always enjoy spending some hours when the wather is nice ennough. You can walk trough the entire park (approx. 2 km), sit around with you feet in the water or check out the sellers that offer pictures...More

Thank Maria G
Reviewed 17 March 2018

I have been to NYC but really haven't experienced parts of NY that aren't centered around Central Park or Times Square. This is a great walk with a unique view. An old elevated train track turned park with unique plantings, art and and benches. The...More

Thank Bethany H
Reviewed 18 February 2018

I've never been in a narrow park before, so it was truly a very interesting experience! :) You kind of walk through a path, passing in the middle of buildings and apartments... it gives you the feeling of NY! Be aware though that wind is...More

Thank prifalcarella
Reviewed 8 February 2018

its a very beautiful walkway you can enjoy NYC high line looking, decorated with a lot of plants flowers and trees varies depending the season, there are sitting accommodation to have a break and rest.

Thank Haim D
Reviewed 24 October 2017

It's a must do for several reasons. First ,it's pretty new in the tourist circuit ,opened in 2009. Secondly it's very innovative....a disused railway track has been beautifully done up providing space for tourists and locals , joggers and walkers, love-birds and the lonesome. Thirdly...More

Thank kakati_a
Reviewed 28 September 2017

A delightful place from which to view the Hudson--and fellow sightseers. A great (fairly new) park concept. One can walk or rest on a lounger,walk briskly or stroll slowly. A great place for a first date. A delight for gardeners, as there are lovely displays...More

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TooExcited
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16 March 2018|
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Response from kakati_a | Reviewed this property |
Approximately 35 mins if you walk briskly.
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14 October 2017|
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Either on 34th Street and 10th Avenue or 14th and Tenth Avenue.
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