Photo by Iwan Baan
Join us for a walking tour of the High Line!
The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. Saved from demolition by neighborhood residents and the City of New York, the High Line opened in 2009 as a hybrid public space. Get the whole story in this private 90-minute tour tailored to focus on architecture, history, design, horticulture, and art.
Date: Sunday, May 22nd
Registration fee: $5 per person
Registration is currently limited to 20 attendees, but you can join the wait list once registration is at capacity.
Please meet our group at the Gansevoort entrance on the High Line. Walking from street level, you can take the stairs at the park entrance on Gansevoort and Washington Streets. *Please note that the elevator at the Gansevoort Street entrance is currently out of service. Should anyone need an elevator, you can enter the park at 14th Street. The group will move north along the park towards West 30th Street, near 10th Avenue.
A map of the High Line can be found on the High Line's website at https://www.thehighline.org/visit/
Note that all Private Group Tours of the High Line take place RAIN or SHINE. Please dress for the weather, as conditions on the High Line can be intense. If it is a cold and windy day, it may be colder and windier on the High Line. If it is a hot day, it may be hotter on the High Line.
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