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Parks & nature in Battery Park City, Manhattan

Memorial Site
“Make sure to go to the actual museum too! One of the best museums I've been too, and it is free after 5pm on Tuesdays. Go at 4:30pm to get tickets if you do decide to do the free entry.”
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Scenic Viewpoint
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“The new World Trade Center's tallest tower has some of the most sweeping views of all of NYC. On a clear day you can see several other states.”
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Park
“A must visit site to honor those who have fallen on 9/11 in nyc. I almost didnt make it that day but thanks god i am still alive.”
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“Outdoor "museum" made up of actual stones from Ireland, honoring the Irish famine. It's right next to the World Trade Center Memorial, too. Nice views at sunset.”
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“This is the highlight of the downtown parks. It is the reason people forego living near Central Park uptown. Tons of the greenspace, set on the river, with so many activities to choose from. Bring a picnic blanket. Bike along the path. Check out free toys or activities for the kids. Play basketball, outdoor pool, chess, handball, or take the kids to the spacious playground and swing area. There are duck ponds, the Marina, with public restrooms and so much fresh air. ”
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“A path along the Hudson River in Lower Manhattan, it's quite peaceful and a great place to run, walk, and chill. Great views of New Jersey, and you can see the Statue of Liberty from afar!”
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“Plaza, pools & exhibits honoring victims of 1993 & 2001 WTC terrorist attacks. Free timed admission.”
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“The Battery is one of New York City’s oldest public open spaces. Located at the tip of Manhattan overlooking New York Harbor, the Battery hosted Dutch settlers when they came to Manhattan Island.”
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“This is a wonderful path for walking, running, etc. I run this path up to the west village everyday. It's a beautiful river walk with lots to see. ”
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“This is an intimate little park with good green space, interesting terrains and textures, the city's longest slide (into sand pit), a fund spray park, tons of free activities (e.g. street art classes). The sand, slide and water are the features here. ”
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Harbour / Marina
“Very cool place to sight see and watch huge yachts port. Also great food along the river side here”
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Fountain
“9/11 memorial is great place to explore while in lower Manhattan there is also so much to do while in lower Manhattan why it a stop”
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“Nice park located near area with great views of Statue of Liberty if you walk to the water. This is also where the famous Wall Street "Bull" is located.”
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“This is a great little spot to take a break and soak up the sun's rays. It's just off the main bustle of Battery Park, so is a lot more relaxing with grass area and tables. There are also public restrooms if you choose to stay for a picnic.”
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