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Gramercy Park

20TH/21ST Lexington Ave, New York City, NY 10010-3609
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Gramercy Walking Tour with Access to Players Club Mansion
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A lovely and largely uncrowded park that's perfect for the midday stroll. Be sure to check out the statue of famed theater actor Edwin Booth in the guise of Hamlet.
  • Excellent49%
  • Very good34%
  • Average16%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“off limits” (2 reviews)
“worth a visit” (3 reviews)
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20TH/21ST Lexington Ave, New York City, NY 10010-3609
Manhattan
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This park is accessible by adjacent tenant key holders for their exclusive use. It a refreshing tastefully landscaped green area in a city of concrete and steel. It's located in a quiet residential neighbourhood that's simply pleasant to stroll through.

Thank Ken L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Now, now, don't worry....I'm not breaking a Tripadvisor rule by reviewing a place I haven't visited. I've been to Gramercy Park, actually walked around the perimeter of the park and it is a feast for the eyes. As is the architecture surrounding the park. Classic....More

Thank ParkerSturbridge
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

This is a beautiful park and worth a visit even if it is just to peer through the fence. Quite weird to have a private park in the middle of a metropolis but the fact the public can't get in means it is in pristine...More

Thank Nebuliza
Reviewed 3 July 2017

Bizarre that a park in the middle of the city would be off-limits to anyone who lacks a key, but there you are. It's private. Still you can walk around it and enjoy the greenery and the surrounding architecture. Quiet neighborhood.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 3 July 2017

Came here during the first week of July, 2017. There were rain showers on the day that we came but we were glad that they let us into the park anyway. I am a big fan of artwork and really wanted to see the artistic...More

Thank M B
Reviewed 7 May 2017

Only small but so beautiful. A key is available to local residents and hotel guests, you can still get a feel for the beauty looking through the fence.

Thank RonWamberal
Reviewed 29 March 2017

Lovely square in the middle of a spiffy neighborhood. Very charming and harmonious area, fairly quiet and peaceful for Manhattan.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 5 February 2017 via mobile

You need a key to enter the park which is a privilege to those who live around. The park. Beautifully maintained and a picture perfect piece of heaven. Locals play and sit in the park and an occasional wedding is held for the well connected....More

Thank Allan S
Reviewed 21 January 2017 via mobile

A private park (oldest in USA) for tenants living in the surrounding buildings. Nice area but park is only possible to see from outside.

Thank theboldguy
Reviewed 4 January 2017

only private park in Manhattan, very picturesque. Only accessible to residents in the surrounding neighborhood AND Grammercy Park Hotel guests, that's how we got in. just let yourself lock in and enjoy the private atmosphere in the heart of the City.

Thank thePERSONALtraveler
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