The High Line in NYC guide
When the sun's out, there’s nothing quite like taking a walk on the High Line. NYC’s elevated park is certainly one of more popular New York attractions everyone needs to check off their list, and it's the perfect activity to take visitors from out of town. To give you a bit of history, the High Line was once a rail track, which went out of use in 1980. In 2009, the 1.45-mile-long strip was transformed into what is now considered one of the most unique parks in NYC. The urbanite playground features wildflowers, greenery and outdoor art installations in addition to killer views of New York’s skyline. Below, you’ll find everything you need to know as well as our recommendations for things to do on the High Line, including where to grab a bite and go shopping nearby.
Where is the High Line NYC?
How do I get to the High Line NYC?
Take the 1 or C train to 23rd Street and walk up to Tenth Avenue.
Things to do at the High Line in NYC
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