Elizabeth Street Garden

Garden, Sculpture
209 Elizabeth St (btwn Prince & Spring St)
New York, NY 10012
12:00pm - 5:00pm
12:00pm - 5:00pm
12:00pm - 5:00pm
12:00pm - 5:00pm
12:00pm - 5:00pm
10:00am - 6:00pm
10:00am - 6:00pm


  • Awesome spot to bring your lunch and take a break from the craziness of the city.
  • Hidden Nolita sculpture park gem. Free vinyasa yoga every Sunday at 10am.
  • Public Park that must remain open. Leased to store next door that kept it locked. Please come visit. Gate opened weekends. Enter through store other times
  • While the gardens are only accessible from Elizabeth Street 3 days a week, they're actually open 7 days / 7 via the antique shop. Don't break anything, you probably can't afford it.
  • A wonderful local gathering place for neighborhood events.
  • Such a peaceful spot! Please help to ensure it is not closed down this fall :(
  • Un jardn lindo con estatuas
  • Enchanting garden in the heart of Nolita, looks straight out of a fairy tale. My favorite place in the city to unwind.
  • A small oasis in the centre of the city
  • Grab a sandwich from Parisi and get a seat in this lovely garden for lunch
  • My favorite place to escape when I want to feel like I'm in a cemetery, without actually going to a cemetery.
  • Walk and chill. Good place for finding a shadow and laying on the ground or one of the chairs.
  • Really cool spot with random statuary. Good place to read or enjoy your lunch.
  • Stumble on it by accident and then never forget it
  • Solemn sun-filled seating.
  • Great quiet place to eat your lunch in the sunshine
  • such a treasure! eclectic mix of sculpture, cared for by dedicated volunteers
  • Great spot to get some sun. I've always gotten a seat good for eating, reading etc. Nice green escape in the city
  • Great park that hopefully will be around forever, instead of affordable houses. Sign the petition that it doesn't happen
  • Great quiet sunny spot for lunch

Nearby places

52 Prince St (btwn Lafayette & Mulberry St)
267 Elizabeth St (btwn E Houston & Prince St)
17 Prince St (at Elizabeth St)