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The High Line is an elevated railway transformed into a public park on Manhattan's West Side. The park features lush horticulture, artworks, seasonal food vendors, community programming, and unique views of the Hudson River and New York City...more
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Have been to NY a great many times and have never done the high line. It was worth the visit. We started at Chelsea Market which is also good to visit. Doubt I will do it again but worth doing the walk at least once.
After years of exploring NYC, I finally made it to the High Line on the last trip. We walked from 28th St to the Chelsea Market. It was extremely busy on 12/30, but really cool. It's nice to walk in NYC without having to stop...More
You can climb up and down at different points of the walk. There are very nice views of the city from an angle we don't normally get the chance to look from. There are different spots with benches where you can sit and read, chat...More
The Highline was and is a wonderful NYC Experience!
Recommended by a new associate it was well worth the travel Started at 34 th street down to 18th street ended up at the WhitneyMuseum
It’s a 10! Angles views art people peace elevated spirit and...More
We walked the high line while visiting NYC and really enjoyed this activity even though it was winter. There are so many interesting buildings to see and it's pretty. I can only imagine how lovely it would be in summer or spring. Well worth taking...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.