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I sat on one of the many benches in this little park at the end of Broadway in Lower Manhattan, exhausted from my visit to the Charging Bull at its northern end. Visitors, young and old there, had vied for photo positions by the iconic...More
Bowling Green is a nice little park in the financial district of New York City, and is located at the end of Broadway. It is a nice small public park with lots of history. According to the history, it was built in 1733 with bowling...More
This is the Oldest Park in New York and is a nice little Oasis in among the Sky Scrapers, the Raging Bull Statue is located on the north side of the Park
There is a nice fountain in the middle of the park.
The Bowling green couldn't be used for a bowling green imho, but its a cute little park in the financial district of New York, with a lovely little fountain in it, worth a visit and catch your breathe while wandering lower Manhatten.
Bowling Green Park is in the Financial District at Broadway & Whitehall St. This is the oldest public park in NYC. It’s surrounded by the original 18th Century fence, which is of course the oldest. This was built in 1733 in what was then known...More
In New York every corner that always something to see, here we arrived after the Statue of Liberty, a lot of people, could not miss the photo with the bull, of the Italian sculptor, both in front and behind. Children have fun
We sat in this small park with a drink for a bit of a chill out and respite for a while. Benches surround the nice fountain and a nice place to sit for a while and grab a bit of peace, as most people do...More
"Bowling Green" at that time had acquired some significance, so I stopped in my tracks when I suddenly espied it! There's a small garden there - a quiet oasis in this humungous city.
The iconic Charging Bull, and the Fearless Girl are nearby. The latter...More
The park is the oldest park in New York. I loved the the beautiful landscaped sitting area with vibrant red tulips and fountain.A peaceful place to rest, take photos and scout your next adventure.... Which would probably be taking a photo around the CHARGING BULL...More
At the southernmost tip of Manhattan, the Financial District is where New York City began as a center of commerce. Today, the historic streets and beautiful setting are complemented by museums, countless skyscrapers, and the heart of the Financial District, home to Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange. Catch the Staten Island Ferry for an unbeatable view of the skyline and Statue of Liberty, or sail to Ellis
Island to learn about the vital immigrant history of the city.