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Reviewed June 23, 2019 via mobile

The highline is a fun place to get in a walk and some fresh air in the city. They have a temporary outdoor art exhibit and some fun seating throughout the "park" this is for walking only. You can use the Highline to enter Chelsea Market and there are nice views of the city and the Hudson. A great way to repurpose the old meat packing train tracks!

Date of experience: June 2019
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Reviewed June 23, 2019

Walking this park trail is a must do. Start at the north end and walk south to Chelsea Market. The path provides a great view of one of Kobra's murals.

Date of experience: June 2019
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Reviewed June 23, 2019

We climbed to the High Line from its most southern point near the Whitney Museum, and we walked on it all the way to the other side on 34th street. The views are amazing, with many places to stop and enjoy. Near the southern end there are food facilities - good place to have lunch and or coffee

Date of experience: June 2019
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Reviewed June 23, 2019 via mobile

This is a great attraction to visit in NYC. I can’t quick put into words what is so great about it but it’s a fascinating walk through various parks of the city. The views are very good and the walk itself is beautiful.

Date of experience: June 2019
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Reviewed June 23, 2019

The High Line is an elevated linear 1.5 mile elevated park that stretches from the Whitney Museum on Gansevoort Street at it's southern extremity and peters out at 34th Street at the home of Hudson Yards.The High Line was once a decrepit railway track over a slice of Manhattan's, West Side. It was remastered into a flourishing elevated park which promotes awesome-inspiring views of the Hudson River, Lower Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty. and the Statue of Liberty New Museum.

The High Line is revered by NY'ers and dubbed NYC's "Cultural Coast" and is so popular it is woven into the very fabric of Manhattan and it's utility is bang up to Central Park. The path itself takes on a boardwalk-look but it is a concrete walkway surrounded by industrial grade iron fencing where prudent to do so. The path zigs and zags around high rises and other public obstacles in order to create a flowing continuum of space. The green-scape repertoire include grasses, flowers, shrubs and trees selected for their differentiation, stamina and sustainability. The lush greenery that flanks the High Line is an instant relief to NY'ers who have to pound the NYC cement jungle as a way life. The walk-scape makes prolific use of benches and lounges as they line the pathway for use by weary walkers, sun-seekers, people watchers, or those just wanting to goof off.

The entire walk is adorned with outside art galleries featuring murals, sculptures and video exhibits. There is also ever-changing video art displays that conjure up inspiring and motivational messages for pedestrians. The Whitney Museum of American Art, at the bottom of the High Line, embraces 63000 sq. ft. of exhibit space and it has a real nifty gift shop. If you feel that the pace of walking is not you cup of tea, you can try Chelsea Piers (about mid-stream High Line), a sports venue conglomerate. What's your fancy...they got it here: golf, skating, baseball, rock climbing, bowling, soccer and more, in total a complement of 25 sport activities to raise your heart rate. At either end of the Line and in between too, you can enjoy food and drink at the likes of The Standard Hotel, the Hudson Yards Mall, the Chelsea Market and others.

The High Line is a coveted escape from the harsh cement-scape surrounding indicative of much of NYC. It is also a gem of a destination for visitors and locals alike as the pathway affords such priceless-laden views of the lower Manhattan area. So if you want a pleasurable walk on the high side.......try the High Line....Walk On A Raised Park.

Date of experience: June 2019
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