April 30, 2010

Around the Corner.

Highlights of the High Line!

Have you been to the High Line yet?  Well, you should go.  Recommended by Karen Seiger of Markets in NYC (in my last post covering Morningside Heights), the High Line is quite the treat.  And it's FREE to check out.  Yup, this elevated Manhattan public park spans nearly 20 blocks from Gansevoort Street to 34th Street (between 10th & 11th Avenues), and it's full of plant life and history.

Did you know that the High Line was built in the 1930s and no trains have run on it since the 1980s?  Read more info here!

Access points can be found at:
Gansevoort Street
14th Street (elevator access)
16th Street (elevator access)
18th Street
20th Street

What's around your corner?  In the comments section, please suggest something neat to do/see in the Manhattan Tri-State Area that's either free or on-the-cheap, and it just may be the next place I visit.

Thanks for coming along!


Bek said...

these photos are amazing
well now it makes me want to see this hi-line!
i love NY

zonia07 said...

thanks for the info/Recommendation will make sure to go n check the HI-LINE. I too ♥ nyc!

Lauren said...

I got a tour of the Highline before it opened, and it was downright magical. Great photos!

Simone said...

We go by there every week and say "we really need to check this out." Maybe today will be the day! Great pictures.

DesignsByAliza said...

I'm going to check this out with the kids.

Brando said...

I'm addicted to your blog. I love chillaxin' @ HIGH line. Where will Falcor take you next?

ps. Anyone know when Bethesda Fountain starts re-squirting out water?

Jess // CLineCreations said...

Looks awesome!

lyptis said...

Wow! Thats pretty cool.

Gotta go there when i vistit NY in summer.:)

Day Drum said...

OMG The Highline is amazing. I posted some images on my blog too. You just can't take a bad photo of that thing!

Karina said...

Highline is a great park! So many beautiful touches... your photos are beautiful!

Vera said...

cool, I saw when they were doing construction...now I need to visit, it's something out of a storybook. thx for sharing