High Line, New York City
About High Line, New York City
High Line, New York City - Address, Phone Number
Address: West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 07:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
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The High Line is one of those places in New York that have transformed from something run down to something that is pretty and enjoyable. No wonder then, street artistes love to showcase their work here. You might find some usual, unimaginative name tags here and there but the murals by Kobra are definitely worth an exclusive trip there. high line is one of the attractions in New York City itinerary 14 days. Must visit this awesome attraction.
One of the most happening places in New York, the High Line offers time in recreation and fun. While there are no tickets for High Line, you can always go for an extra deal by spending small money. If you buy tickets for high Line, you are bound to have some real fun with easy and hassle free access. Tickets for High Line tours make you walk through the whole place as you listen to interesting stories and Trivia. If you are interested further, you can check out the tickets section for detailed High Line ticket prices.
High Line Information
- Head over to the Highline park near by to relax and unwind in the sprawling 1.5 miles.
How To reach High Line by Public Transport
- Nearest Bus stops: 8 Av/w 25th Street, 8 Av/w 23 Street.
- Nearest Subway: 23 Street
Restaurants Near High Line
- 11 Madison Park
- Pars Grill House & Bar
- The Breslin
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High Line, New York City Reviews - Write a Review
Beautiful transformation of an old elevated train line. The line is split into two sections - walkway and garden. The garden is nicely planned and obviously well tended. In some areas the original rails remain and have been put to imaginative use with rolling seats upon them. The garden is broken up by works of modern art and sculpture. Walk it end to end and back in the morning when it's not too busy.
It's a pleasure to stand up here and admire the views of the city and the Hudson River. Really beautifully designed with an eye on sustainability. Just be prepared for larger crowds. If you're hoping to snag one of the reclining seats, get there early in the day as people will post up and not leave for hours.
New York's Best Park. I love coming here in the summer, you can just take your shoes off and go for a nice leisurely stroll. Enjoying the sights and sounds of the city. Amazing Place for Photography. Always an amazing atmosphere. With Musicians, Yummy Food Vendors and plenty of places to sit or lie down and just chill out and tan in the sun.
This is a really nice park set on an old elevated train line. It can get really busy on the weekends, especially in good weather, so I recommend trying to visit during off-peak times if you can. Even with the crowd, though, you are sure to see some great views and architecture.
A beautiful walk above the city with amazing landscaping with a large variety of flowers, trees, and grasses. Great urban views down some of New York's great streets. Worth walking in the day and at night for different experiences. You should take advantage of one of the benches or seats and just enjoy the experience.
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