Abingdon Square Park

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Foursquare Tips

  • Beware of flashers! And some of the squirrels are rabid...but otherwise a relaxing urban oasis in the middle of Gotham.
  • Stop and smell the flowers. But nothing more.
  • Great park with lots of seating right where you need a park!
  • Say hello to your neighbor, it will brighten your (and hopefully their) day.
  • In 1794 the City Council changed the name of places w/ British names in order to reflect independence. The name of Abingdon Square was preserved, because the Abingdons sympathized with the Americans.
  • A lovely place for a break
  • slice of calm in the west village.
  • Watch out for the RATS!
  • go to magnolia and get cupcakes and sit in the park. it's cute!
  • Passe na Magnolia Bakery e pegue um doce para comer tranquilamente no parque / Go at the Magnolia Bakery and buy some candy to eat quietly in the park
  • PrideFest, which will be going into its 24th year in 2017, is the annual LGBT street fair that combines vendors, entertainers and activities for a day of fun and celebration in the name of equality.
  • Quiet park nice to hang out
  • Market stalls on a Saturday
  • Quaint and beautiful!
  • Good place to relax
  • This park has been surrounded by cast iron gates since 1833! Also, it's one of the few places in NYC still named after British royalty!
  • Built in 1921, the statue is a WWI Solider aka doughboy, holding an American flag. 10k people came to see the statue on opening day. It commemorates Greenwich village residents that died in WWI.
  • Mostly people walking their pets and others just reading paper books.
  • Pretty... Trees, birds, sun - what more do you need?
  • Try the fish at PE&DD seafood! Ask cole about the fish cakes and show him your checked in!