Park Ave at Broadway, New York, NY 10003 This grassy enclosure is surrounded by some of Manhattan's best restaurants and boutiques. The park, designed in the first half of the 19th century, is home to the popular Greenmarket, where you can buy flowers, plants, and produce of all types.
Fifth Ave at W 4th St, New York, NY 10013-1737Washington Square is the former stomping grounds of such writers as Henry James, Mark Twain and Eugene O'Neil. Learn More
Beach 9th to 149th Sts, Queens, NY The 170 acres of sand is perfect for sunbathers and fisher-folk while the conservation areas reveal the wilder, natural side of the urban jungle.
between Battery Pl and the Hudson River, New York, NY 10280 Operated by the Battery Park City Parks Conservancy, Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Park is part of the series of parks that stretches from Historic Battery Park to the World Financial Center.
95 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, NY 11215 Brooklyn's version of Central Park, Prospect Park provides a pleasant retreat for those seeking refuge from city life.
W 44th St to W 59th St, New York, NY Manhattan kids love to play in this park. Bronze, life-sized (kid-sized actually) statues of animals and people populate the landscape.
Irving Pl at 19th St, New York, NY 10003 A cast-iron fence completely surrounds the tranquil grounds of Gramercy Park, one of the only private parks still remaining on Manhattan Island.
New York, NY 10022 This famed 843-acre rectangular park offers a variety of beautiful recreational opportunities amid the bustle of Gotham.
6th Ave, between W 40th and 42nd Sts, New York, NY 10036 This is the largest illuminated park in the world and the site of the first World's Fair (1853-54).
Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, Brooklyn, NY 11201-1324At the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge, you'll find this small park and promenade that overlooks Lower Manhattan. Learn More
Broadway at Battery Pl, New York, NY 10004 Named for the battery of cannons that once guarded New York, Battery Park dominates the southern tip of Manhattan.
Fort Washington Ave, at Margaret Corbin Cir, New York, NY 10040The 60-plus acre park surrounding historic Fort Tryon, one of the last strongholds to resist the British invasion of New York in 1776, offers spectacular views of the Hudson River and the George Washington Bridge. Learn More
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