The City Hall Park is a pleasant park outside the New York City Hall, east of the Woolworth Building (see that review). The City Hall itself (1812) is a forbidden landmark, not open to visitors regardless of what any guidebook says. Immediately to the north is the former Tweed Courthouse (1872), & across Centre Street is the tall Municipal Building, in whose ground floor is a useless "official" souvenir store. Just to the north of this is Foley Square, with the monumental buildings of the Thurgood Marshall US Courthouse (1936) & the New York State Supreme Court (formerly New York County Courthouse; 1927); just to the west is the African Burial Ground National Monument.
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