This is simply a lovely place to watch people and rest before starting out on more fun things to do in NYC!
About Washington Square Park
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It's difficult for me to describe why I find this city park so alluring that it warrants repeated visits by Jamie W. and me every time we travel to New York City. There is something simply magical about this place even with the waft of...More
We went there after a very long walk from Wall Street and along half Brooklyn Bridge. We were tired but very happy, so we decided to celebrate the moment having some hot dogs there sitting on a bench in the square. It was full with...More
This is a beautiful park in Greenwich Village and home to the now marble arch monument of George Washington. On the north side of the arch facing 5th Avenue is Washington as Commander-in-Chief accompanied by Fame and Valor and on the west side is Washington...More
Ever since playing the "Blackwell Games" I have been wanting to visit this park, as it is so prominently featured in one of the first games. I loved the park, the atmosphere, the jazz and country bands playing, people playing chess and the interesting people...More
Don't quite understand the hype. Maybe because we arrived after dark. The arch is nice but that's about it. This was a Saturday night and there was not much happening. Comparing to squares we've experienced in Mexico or Europe, this is very average. The street...More
I loved just sitting here and observing the people on a sunny day. The Park had a "campus" feeling with lots of students, but also chess players and a jazz band was present.
We visited on a Sunday and it was great fun The jazz band, people playing chess, the kids enjoying the bubble guns Lovely open green space in the heart of Greenwich Village, a place to watch the world go by.
a very relaxing and social place in a great NY neighbourhood. Went on a summer's day which helped with the vibe of the place.