High Line

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  • Address: West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York, New York City, United States
  • Timings: 07:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-2125006035
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Outdoors, Landmark, Walking Area, Streets
Tickets From $22.66

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 Travel Tips

  • Head over to the Highline park near by to relax and unwind in the sprawling 1.5 miles.

How to Reach High Line

  • Nearest Bus stops: 8 Av/w 25th Street, 8 Av/w 23 Street.
  • Nearest Subway: 23 Street

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  • High Line Address: West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York, New York City, United States
  • High Line Contact Number: +1-2125006035
  • High Line Timing: 07:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Time required to visit High Line: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 58.61% of people who visit New York City include High Line in their plan

  • 37.38% of people start their High Line visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see High Line

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

93.47% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting High Line

People normally club together Times Square and National 9-11 Memorial Museum while planning their visit to High Line.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

High Line Reviews & Ratings

  • Can't suggest this place enough. Beautiful walkway, feels like a hidden gem even though there are so many people around. Went once on a Tuesday and NASA had a group with telescopes to look at the stars and planets. Also next to a bunch of galleries so makes a great night out.

  • Always fun to come here. Walk as much or as little as you like. It's great to see it in different seasons as there is always something new. If you go during the week it's much calmer and you avoid the crowds so way more enjoyable.

  • A beautiful nature walk in the city! Art on display and for sale make this spot unique. There's a beer garden and food vendors. It's a perfect walk for a group to chill together, or for a date! Definitely worth checking out

  • Nice view from high line, many places to stop and sit. It's recommend to going down to the street and enjoy the streets and the shops. Sometimes it's very busy here, try to come on silent times to have better time here. It doesn't matter if going from South or from North. In South, you have Chelsea Market. In North, you have the Little Spain and the Hudson Yard.

  • Lovely experience walking this old rail line--they embedded some of the rails as part of the design. Of course the landscaping is to the high standards this city is always demanding. Some of the buildings surrounding the trail are undergoing renovation--no doubt into prohibitively expensive penthouses. The pedestrians seemed happy just to be there. Recommend.

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