Fort Tryon Park

Row 1

1 Margaret Corbin Dr
New York, NY 10040

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  • The best place to forget that youre in NYC is crammed with gardens, forests and other quiet nooks that are perfect for chilling out. No visit here is complete without a stop by the Cloisters.
  • The park was built by Frederick Law Olmsted Jr., son of the architect of Central Park, in 1935, and gifted to the city of New York by John D. Rockefeller.
  • The breathtaking view from Linden Terrace and the nearby Heather Garden makes Fort Tryon Park a must-see for all NYC visitors and locals.
  • A verdant yet hidden gem set high in Manhattans crown. Dont miss the Cloisters, the Metropolitan Museums medieval branch, and the spectacular views from Linden Terrace and the Heather Garden.
  • Spanning 65 acres and teeming with gardens, grassy alcoves and trails perfect for mini hikes, this park feels a world away from Manhattans hustle. Save an afternoon or an entire day for your visit.
  • Fall Foliage: Admire the season's rich colors in this 67-acre park.
  • Places to Run: Take a 12-mile run along some or all of Manhattans west side using the Hudson River Greenway, from Fort Tryon Park near Dyckman Street to Battery Park City. Best at sunset.
  • Beautiful park with gardens and a view to the GWB. Pretty for pictures. Dog friendly.
  • This is a stunning park, and we have Bette Midler to thank for it! I think it is the best park in New York City, in my opinion. I feel lucky to live do close by...Such a treasure!
  • Amazing views! Lots of grass to lounge on. The Cloisters are amazing, of course. It's definitely a less crowded NYC park.
  • A quiet relaxing break from hustle, bustle, and noise of the city. Purposefully get lost on the myriad trails or wander through the flower gardens. Absolutely must visit the peaceful cloisters!
  • Check out the fat squirrels.
  • Take a stroll, it's absolutely beautiful! You'll forget you're in the city when you see the lush flora
  • Pleasent! Great place to think about life...
  • Nice little gardens. Not bad
  • If you need a break from the city, you dont need to go far. Visit this immaculate park with a date and a bottle of wine (hush hush)its romantic and inspiring.
  • Check out the Medieval Festival in the fall, complete with jousting, crafts and grub from the Middle Ages.Powered by
  • Love it here. I want to go back!
  • Great place to spend quality time with love ones and don't forget your pet . best friends..
  • Great place to bring your best friend.. Your dog..