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Los mejores parques según la gente local

Memorial Site
“Go and visit where the 9/11 used to stand! It’s a beautiful location filled with memories of the tragic event! If you have time go tour the memorial itself! Sometimes if you go on Groupon.com there is a deal for visitors!”
  • Recomendado por 156 habitantes locales
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“A stirring, reflective memorial of what happened, and a reminder of how fortunate we are to be alive.”
  • Recomendado por 7 habitantes locales
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“Outdoor "museum" made up of actual stones from Ireland, honoring the Irish famine. It's right next to the World Trade Center Memorial, too. Nice views at sunset.”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
Fountain
“Good place to reflect upon 9/11, a day that all New York will never forget.”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes locales
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“A true gem, soak in the views of the Hudson River or grab some food at the North Cove marina this park is truly a must visit.”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes locales
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“Great walkway on Hudson river with views of Jersey City.. 10 mins total travel time (including ferry)”
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“This is an intimate little park with good green space, interesting terrains and textures, the city's longest slide (into sand pit), a fund spray park, tons of free activities (e.g. street art classes). The sand, slide and water are the features here. ”
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“The Battery is one of New York City’s oldest public open spaces. Located at the tip of Manhattan overlooking New York Harbor, the Battery hosted Dutch settlers when they came to Manhattan Island.”
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“This is a wonderful path for walking, running, etc. I run this path up to the west village everyday. It's a beautiful river walk with lots to see. ”
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“Address Whitehall Street and Broadway Date 1733, reconstructed 1978 Where it gets its name The park originally had a “bowling green,” or green space where the game “bowls” or “squares” would be played. What it was before Parade ground, marketplace and supposedly the site where Peter Minuit purchased the land of Manhattan from Native Americans. Why it’s notable Part of its iron fence, which dates back to 1771 and once served to protect an equestrian statue of King George, remains intact. The statue, on the other hand, was toppled at beginning of the Revolution; find a painting of that rebellious event at the New-York Historical Society. What it is now A public park—the oldest in the City—with a fountain at its center. Fast fact The bronze Charging Bull statue was originally dropped off underneath a downtown Christmas tree Mission Impossible–style, before finding its permanent Bowling Green home.”
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Fountain
“A wonderful monument commemorating those who lost their lives in 9/11. This is a great place for photos, reflection and sightseeing.”
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“This is a great little spot to take a break and soak up the sun's rays. It's just off the main bustle of Battery Park, so is a lot more relaxing with grass area and tables. There are also public restrooms if you choose to stay for a picnic.”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales