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Take the Subway to one of New York City's most unique public parks.

The High Line is a public park built on a 1.45-mile-long elevated rail structure running from Gansevoort Street to 34th Street on Manhattan's West Side. Owned by the City of New York, the High Line is maintained, operated, and programmed by Friends of the High Line, in partnership with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. Friends of the High Line raises 98% of the High Line’s annual budget.

Admission and hours:
The High Line is free and open to the public daily.
Seasonal hours vary.

How to get there:
The High Line is located between Gansevoort and W 34 St to the north and south, and 9 and 12 Avs to the east and west. Now easily accessible via the newest subway station at 34 St-Hudson Yards.

Subway:
L subway A subway C subway E subway to 14 St & 8 Av
C subway E subway to 23 St & 8 Av
1 subway 2 subway 3 subway to 14 St & 7 Av
1 subway to 18 St & 7 Av
1 subway to 23 St & 7 Av
A subway C subway E subway 1 subway 2 subway 3 subway to 34 St Penn Station
7 subway to 34 St-Hudson Yards

 

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NY High Line
Photos courtesy of
Friends of the High Line
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