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What was once part of the New York Central Railroad is now an elevated park landscaped with grasses and flowers that threads neatly between the high rises of Hell’s Kitchen and Chelsea. Best of all, kids can act like kids here, because you don’t have to worry about traffic, and everything is designed to be climbed on! Have your kids try to spot signs in the windows of surrounding apartment buildings that say things like “Hi, Highline!” Bonus points to whoever first finds the cool metal birdhouse sculpture.
Lisa
Lisa
As an outdoor enthusiast and active mom who grew up in NYC, I know the city’s best outings are hands on, educational, and fun! I enjoy sharing my favorite city spots with my Airbnb guests.
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New York, NY 10011
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Kimberly
Kimberly
March 09, 2019
Part old railway track part park. Wonderful walk above the city from 14th street all the way to 34th. Entrance right by Whitney musuem. Great poets, food and ice cream vendors lining the highline on your journey.
Aiden
Aiden
February 28, 2019
A must see! An old raised railroad for transportation that was shut down, the park was modeled after Paris' parks and recreation teams' work. Very romantic and also great sightseeing.
Sarah
Sarah
February 13, 2019
An elevated train track turned walking park in the famous meatpacking and chelsea area.
Greg
Greg
February 11, 2019
The High Line is a 1.45-mile-long elevated linear park, greenway and rail trail created on a former New York Central Railroad spur on the west side of Manhattan in New York City. Its a very beautiful location for an early morning run or a mid-week stroll. If you do want to visit on weekends, just…
Cecily
Cecily
February 11, 2019
The Highline has become one of the most popular places to see for New York visitors. It's a wonderful old train track overlooking the west side of lower Manhattan, complete with native plants landscaping.