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Fort Tryon Park

Riverside Drive to Broadway, West 192nd to Dyckman Street, New York City, NY 10040
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A quiet oasis in the middle of New York City, a place to get away from the hectic pace, people-watch, hike or just ride a bike.
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Riverside Drive to Broadway, West 192nd to Dyckman Street, New York City, NY 10040
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There is so much to see and do in Manhattan. Just the density, traffic, crowds and cool things to see can wear anyone out. Even beautiful Central Park may be too stimulating after all your sightseeing. For a peaceful mini-break, take the A train express,...More

Thank AlanWell
Reviewed 2 September 2017

Part of the MOM. A quiet sprawling park with plenty of flowers and greeneries. The Cloister is also an interesting place to visit.

Thank NewYorkRebecca
Reviewed 26 August 2017

This is a very beautiful and, on weekdays at least, quiet park. Gorgeous views of the Hudson. Great for sunsets. Take the A train to 190th and go up the elevator (if you go out the tunnel you end up in a near a different...More

Thank Jonathan R
Reviewed 12 August 2017

Even more so than Central Park, Fort Tryon makes you feel that you are far, far away from the hustle-bustle of the city. Paved pathways meander up the hill--we were trying to find the Cloisters, so I'm not sure we took the most direct path!...More

Thank Elizabeth W
Reviewed 6 August 2017

I don't know why more tourists don't visit this park. It has some of the most beautiful views of the Hudson River, home to the Cloisters Museum and near the Dyckman House and has a whole slew of interesting things to see in this part...More

Thank Justin W
Reviewed 22 July 2017

We came to Fort Tryon park because it is where the Cloisters were located. There was ample (free) parking when we arrived at 10am on a Saturday morning. After visiting the Cloisters, we took a stroll down to Linden Terrace where we listened to a...More

Thank talaba
Reviewed 16 July 2017

Serene park with lots of paved trails. Varied terrain. Great for walking and running. Hard to believe such a place exists in the city. Felt peaceful and the air was fresh. Very easy to get to.

Thank Zebbyjr
Reviewed 5 July 2017

If you live in NYC and have not been here, come now! this is a wonderful nature spot, so quiet and peaceful in the biggest city in the US. What a pleasant surprise! Roadways wind around allowing you to appreciate the greenery and flowers -...More

Thank Mary J
Reviewed 22 June 2017

This is a long thin park on the northeast side of Manhattan. It is a very pleasant walk and goes to the Cloisters.

Thank Barbara A A
Reviewed 23 May 2017

The museum is so beautiful! The outdoor courtyards/cloisters are just lovely. A great place to spend a Sunday. Gorgeous views of the Hudson river. Parking free or take the train to 190th st and walk up the cobblestone path.

Thank Linda M
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2 November 2016|
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Response from RachaelCarlos | Reviewed this property |
Parking is iffy but I recommend taking the A train to 191 street. We like the walk from 181st street. enjoy!
Dawn B
10 July 2015|
Response from MNdawnygirl | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can bike on the roads, but not the walking paths.