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Stonewall National Monument is a new national park unit located in Christopher Park, part of New York City's Historic Greenwich Village. It is a park in progress with limited services, and in the coming years services will be added to the park in...more
Its easy to find the bar and the park as its just up from the subway. Bar is closed in the day but still many photo opportunity’s. PArk opposite is quant and informative. Try to see this place that made the difference to LGBT movement.
Stopped here while exploring Manhattan. There is not a lot of information at the site right now due to it being new to the National Park Service. There is a small park across the street from the Stonewall Inn. Would recommend picking up a brochure...More
This is a new National Park and still under development. It is in the heart of the Stonewall Inn neighborhood in a small park on West 4th at Christopher St. and Sheridan Square. The park offers many benches and a quiet place to sit while...More
Great little national park in the heart of Greenwich Village. It's a little park in front of Stonewall Inn where the gay liberation movement was born in 1969 with protests after a raid by the police. There's benches and a few statues. It's worth a...More
Historically significant monument - not so special - right in front of The Monster, a bar I used to frequent when young so I visited there for a drink too. Amazing it is there some 30 years later. West Village is now more yuppie and...More
As one of the newer members of the NPS system this monument is not well developed. There is no visitor's center and only a small amount of information available on a few boards to tell a complex story. The Stonewall Inn remains in private ownership...More
Stretching from Sixth Avenue to the Hudson River, the West Village is one of the city’s most coveted addresses. Full of trendy shops, historic taverns, and cozy restaurants set amid 19th century architecture, this neighbourhood has a unique old-world feel. You won’t find a more picturesque location in Manhattan. Without the traditional city grid layout, it’s easy to get lost here, but that’s part of the fun as you
stroll down elegant narrow streets with beautiful brownstones. When you need a break, you can always stop in at one of the many quaint eateries or cafes to soak in the atmosphere, or head to the western edge of the neighborhood to enjoy magnificent waterfront views while taking a leisurely walk in Hudson River Park.