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New York City can be very expensive, but it does offer some attractions that are completely free and it would only cost you a subway fare to get there - the "A' train to upper Manhattan. The attraction is Fort Tryon Park, a beautiful and...More
We were going to the Cloisters. The subway train let us off at the start of the park; so we walked through it to get to the Cloisters.l There is a bus that will take you there but it wasn't there when we were; so...More
So close to Manhattan… … Wonderful walking places wonderful paths… And you get to go to the Cloisters … Which is a must amazing museum in the midst of all this wonderful foliage…
And if you walk far enough you get to eat at the...More
Just stunning and views of the palisades are incredible. Such a nice stroll and the subway gets you right there. Catch a bit to eat in New Leaf cafe but check their schedule to ensure there isn't a planned event.
Take the #1 train to the park and you'll find yourself in another world. The park overlooks the Hudson River and is lush and quiet and beautiful. Most of all, it's home to the Cloisters, the amazing medieval museum that is part of the Metropolitan...More
One of my favorite parks as I grew up in the area and remember playing on the swings and climbing on the monkey bars. Great place to sit down and enjoy nature at its best. Its been awhile since I lived in the area. Went...More
Just an easy subway ride from the blare of midtown, Fort Tryon Park is both historical and one of NYC's prettiest parks. With quiet green spaces, lovely gardens, and spectacular views of the Hudson River, Fort Tryon is also home to The Cloisters.
Wonderful park with views of the Hudson River and a peaceful solitude leading to the Cloisters which is part of the museum on 5th Ave. Very interesting middle art, tapestries, flower and her gardens. Take the garden tour and learn about the medicinal use of...More
Views of the Hudson, lawns and trees and a Heather Garden.
Best of all is The Cloisters that John D. Rockefeller imported from France. Sections of several medieval monasteries preserved for us.
Currently it contains a portion of the Costume Exhibit on view there and...More
We stayed in Hudson Heights, and our landlord suggested we take our daily walk at Fort Tryon Park . The park is much smaller than Central Park , but is also less crowded and bikes are not allowed on the walkways. Park overlooks the Hudson...More