Recycled Railways, Frank Gehry & the Atomic Bomb: The High Line Park - Downtown to Uptown

New York City

  • Street art-inspired prints on sale at the entrance.
  • A "West Side Cowboy" rides ahead of the train running along "Death Avenue."
  • The rectangular block of glass that is The Standard Hotel.
  • Dancing on top of the bar at the now-closed Hogs & Heifers.
  • A S'more Witch brownie with layers of marshmallow and graham crackers.
  • Tourists pose with the sculpture, "Sleepwalker" by Tony Matelli.
  • Take the 16th St stairs back up to the High Line.
  • The IAC Building viewed from the south.
  • Note the increasing and decreasing frosting on the windows.
  • The Baker & Williams Warehouse  towards the west stored nearly 220,000 lbs of uranium.
  • The Empire State Building stands above the western wall of the former General Theological Seminary.
  • "Urban Rattle" by Charlie Hewitt
  • The lawn in front of HL23.
  • "VJ-Day in Times Square" Redux.
  • Hudson Yards under construction.
  • Street art on the western side of the High Line.
  • Public seating area overlooking the rail yards.

1 hour and 30 minutes
1.6 mi
Guided by Adam

Stroll from the Meatpacking District to Chelsea along the High Line Park, an elevated railroad track that has been converted into a city park and promenade. Along the way, learn about the street art, architecture, infamy and hidden gems that nestle alongside some of the best views of the city. A stroll along this $152M masterpiece of city planning and industrial renewal makes for the perfect escape from the urban jungle on the streets down below.

About Your Guide
Cheers for: Boston sports teams. Eats: Japanese food. Travels: constantly. Subservient to: ice cream. And my son, especially if both are involved. Perfect vacation: long walks on a beach or long walks on a golf course.

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Guide Points
  1. High Line Park Southern Entrance
  2. The Standard Hotel
  3. Chelsea Market
  4. 10th Ave Overlook
  5. IAC Building
  6. The Manhattan Project
  7. HL23
  8. Galleries & Street Art
  9. Hudson Yards Part 1
  10. Hudson Yards Part 2
  11. High Line Park Northern Entrance

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