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#1 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
It is a beautiful park, filled with meadows, trees, foliage, gardens, rocks and other formations, streams, lakes, ponds, bridges sculptures, statues stunning architecture and many historical sites.
Wonderful park- plenty to see and do ... Riding the pedicab and looking at the unique bridges and parts of the park - spring flowers and gorgeous trees really are stunning and in an amazing location.
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#2 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
A wonderful little park with all sorts of activities including birdwatching walks, concerts and boules but best of all an outdoor library where you can enjoy papers/magazines and books at your leisure.
We just stumbled upon Bryant Park as we were walking to the New York Public Library, and discovered this beautiful little park, with wonderful foodie options, great seating, gaming areas, and the loveliest little...
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#3 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
It's a beautiful park with lots of beautiful and unique plantings designed by famed landscape architect Piet Oudolf and because you're above the busy streets, it seems so peaceful and quiet as you meander through...
This unique park/walkway along the west side of Manhattan (right by the Whitney Museum at Gansevoort to 34th St.) is a delightful stroll and gives walkers a wonderful, different view of the city.
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#4 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
I have now visited in all four seasons and each time I have been to Liberty Park I am humbled by the throngs that visit, the magnificence of the installations, the sound of the water cascading... words fail.
Even though the park and the memorial and museum next to it are visited by thousands daily, there is always an air of reverence shown by the crowds.
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Brooklyn Bridge Park Brooklyn 1.5 km away
#1 of 35 Nature & Parks in Brooklyn
Whether you play beach volleyball, basketball, soccer, bike or just are out for a stroll you will be transformed by the parks beauty and the greatest view of the best skyline in the world.
An 85 acre park on the Brooklyn side of the East River that boasts great green lawns, lush shade trees, flower gardens, walking paths in every direction including the paved pathway along the river that spans from...
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Pier A Park Hoboken, NJ 3.2 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Hoboken
This wonderful park -- transformed from an old, disused pier -- juts out into the Hudson River, right across from the West Village in Manhattan and affords a spectacular view of the Skyline.
This spectacular park is designed so that you can lounge in the grass, simply walk its perimeter or stand at its rail and see from the Verrazano Bridge to the George Washington Bridge.
#5 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
Take time to take the A Train to 190th St. and visit Fort Tryon Park, which includes The Cloisters, beautiful flower gardens (including a heather garden), incredible views of the Hudson River, trails and a dog park.
This great park has lot of history, beautiful plantings, which change often, great views of the Hudson and Manhattan, and is a short walk to the Cloisters, with its amazing architecture and artifacts, all of which...
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#6 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
go and walk around the gardens and enjoy a respite from the hustle and bustle of ny.....lots of beautiful flowers shrubs and trees....this will be a memorable time spent in central park....take lots of gorgeous co...
The gardens are well kept the park rangers are the best I cherish my time on the weekends and this place helps me decompress from the challenges that I face daily on my job.
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#7 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
... Hell's Kitchen, Midtown, Chelsea, Meatpacking District, West Greenwich Village, Tribeca, World Trade Center and all the way down to Battery Park -where there's a beautiful view of the Statue of Liberty from here!
... I ride my bike south, past the neighborhoods of Hudson Yards, Hell's Kitchen, Midtown, Chelsea, Meatpacking District, West Greenwich Village, Tribeca, World Trade Center and all the way down to Battery Park.
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#8 of 119 Nature & Parks in New York City
Great area to explore all of NYU! Great park with lots of benches, a fountain, the Washington Square Arch! Enjoyable and Nice Park!
My son & I stumbled upon Washington park whilst strolling back to our hotel and spent a blissful hour watching the diverse madness the going's on in the park, with so many street artists and every walk of life, we...
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