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The High Line

New York, USA
4.8 / 24
Unusual square in Manhattan, which is divided into a section of an abandoned railway line. It appeared thanks to the efforts of enthusiastic architects R. Hammond and D. Joshua. They collected donations, developed a project and turned a plain place into a real oasis among the stone jungle. High Line is located at an altitude of 10 meters above the ground, in 2009 it became the second most visited city attraction.
Address:New York
Phone:+1 212-500-6035
Hours:monday: 07:00–19:00 tuesday: 07:00–19:00 wednesday: 07:00–19:00 thursday: 07:00–19:00 friday: 07:00–19:00 saturday: 07:00–19:00 sunday: 07:00–19:00

The High Line is a must when you visit New York City. It's a park/walkway on an elevated rail line. You can walk through the park/gardens anytime, it .. Read more »
I would like to rate this place 5 stars. I did really enjoy visiting the high line. From the start to the end lasted about 20-25 minutes walk. It's a .. Read more »
This place is wonderful. Inspired, and free to walk across. It is an oasis of calm above a very bustling city. We entered it at the end where the v.. Read more »
The High Line is a perfect place to scape from the city when you are near the Meat Packing, I enjoy my long walks in here since I live in the neighbor.. Read more »
If you love the great outdoors and the buzz of big city life, then you need to get yourself to The High Line ASAP. The idea of strolling along a disu.. Read more »
Worth a visit. An enjoyable place to stroll. We were in the Chelsea Market area. This sections has lots of shade along the walk, and water features. G.. Read more »
Love it!! Super nice walk from the vessel more or less until the Chelsea market and the small islands!! It’s so pretty the view, all the street art yo.. Read more »
Highly recommended to anyone visiting new York to find time to go on the high line. It's just so unique offering a cut right at the hub of the city. L.. Read more »
Excellent! I wasn't sure I wanted to go when my wife told me about it but I'm so glad we did! Gorgeous views, great walk after eating a big breakfast .. Read more »
Looking for something free and fun to do in New York?! This is your place to go! It can even get romantic for a date. Since they have sittings all a.. Read more »
Love walking the high line every time I’m in NYC! Converting an old railroad line into a park was one of the most incredible and imaginative projects... Read more »
Three different locals suggested we visit this place and it definitely did not disappoint. Very cool place. Old subway tracks converted into a public .. Read more »
Really great use of space in the city. A lovely place to take a stroll. And so nice to walk to miss all the intersections and save some time if you’re.. Read more »
Hadn't been to the High Line for quite a while, but it is still as lovely as ever. And the experience in the early evening was really wonderful. My hu.. Read more »
The High Line in Chelsea was one of the highlights of our trip! We walked it in the evening, enjoying the native plantings, families out and about, a.. Read more »
A Great free walkway above the crowds. See Manhattan from a different perspective. The High Line is a renovated El Subway line. The gardens are beauti.. Read more »
This is one of the most interesting places to visit in NYC, it’s getting more beautiful as time goes by. Areas where plants were just left to grow on .. Read more »
Weather wonderful, we try and walk on each visit to NYC . Many people all looking glad to be out! Architecture stunning! Old brick buildings and moder.. Read more »
This path is so beautiful and well maintained. We visited on a Monday morning - maybe 11 am. It was not crowded as I picture it might be on a weekend... Read more »
Very unique, nature-like experience in the most unlikely of places. Definitely a must-do if you need a break from the hustle and bustle of nearly ever.. Read more »
Great walk, they had a few local artists and vendors along this walk. It’s proximity to the whitey art museum makes it a great stop to see both! This .. Read more »
Excellent park installation that is unusually quiet considering its location. I would recommend entering from Hudson Yards and walking down and exitin.. Read more »
This was kind of the first thing I did in NYC and I wasn't expecting much, because I'd never heard of it, but it blew me away with the concept; an old.. Read more »
The high line is a really interesting and fun walk on the West Side of NYC. As an avid train fan I find it fascinating that the walk used to be train .. Read more »
The High Line is a phenomenal place to visit on a gorgeous day. Stretching from the Meatpacking District to Hudson Yards, walking the High Line is bot.. Read more »
Such a beautiful walk through Hudson Yards and the Meatpacking District. I went for a date with my boyfriend and we were easily able to find places to.. Read more »
Visiting from Houston Texas. Very nice walk way for easy walkable commuting. I wasn't a fan of registering to walk on the on the platform. It is a ve.. Read more »
Beautiful and very relaxing park . The views it was gorgeous! This park is such a wonderful use of old infrastructure that has character. What has bee.. Read more »
Great place to take a stroll with friends. Lots of interesting architecture--much of it contemporary--along the route. Lots of young couples, some w.. Read more »
When the sun's out, there’s nothing quite like taking a walk on the High Line. NYC’s elevated park is certainly one of more popular New York attractio.. Read more »
My favorite vantage point for an impressive view of the surroundings of New York City. What more could an abandoned railway line become but a sightsee.. Read more »
I love The High Line. Great views of the city, unique spot in NYC on Manhattan's west side. My sister and I walked this during a rainy afternoon in Ma.. Read more »
beautiful park with a lot of fun things to see and do--museums, gardens, trails, carousel, and play areas for children. it's a great place in the midd.. Read more »
If you want the opportunity to have quiet, just you and nature and art. This is the place to spend an afternoon... perfect!
Nice place to walk ?? You have to make reservation before arrive there. It is free. You there are enter and exit stairs and you have about 1 hour. Gre.. Read more »
Wow, I have never appreciated the High Line more than now. 2020 has made outdoor spaces like this invaluable. The juxtaposition of the natural element.. Read more »
Perfection. We had such a blast and were treated so kindly. The staff was absolutely courteous and helpful. The rooms were greatness. We had such a be.. Read more »
BEAUTIFUL views. I love how the city left the above-ground subway track in place. It's a pretty boardwalk with plenty of space that stretches alongsid.. Read more »
Great quirky park. As you might expect, a thin strip of greenery running north-south. The landscaping and decorative designs are very interesting. .. Read more »