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  • StephenCross
    Dublin, Ireland29,785 contributions
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    Great place to spend a day!
    Take the aerial tram from Manhattan. Walk or cycle the entire island. Loads of nature, sculpture and history โ€ฆgreat stuff to see (look at photos). Really great place. Recommended.
    Visited July 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 23 July 2023
  • Justin W
    Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey5,026 contributions
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    What a great way to spend the day exploring Roosevelt Island, like a mini vacation.
    I took the tram to Roosevelt Island for the afternoon, and it was a wonderful way to spend the afternoon. You can explore historical buildings, visit wonderful parks like the FDR Four Freedoms Park and Lighthouse Park, historical buildings to visit like the Blackwell House and all sorts of interesting public art tucked here and there on the island. The Marriage of Money and Real Estate and Girl Puzzle are impressive works of art. The restaurant choices are pretty limited and be leery of the only Chinese and Pizzeria on the island. Try ZhongZhong for soup dumplings and noodles. Take your time and walk around the Cornell Tech campus. There are great views from here and they have a wonderful coffee shop. Try the Cornell Dairy made ice cream when you are there. The views of Manhattan and Brooklyn are the best and walk to the southern part of the island to enjoy the best views. Not just of the skylines but of the small islands that are just south of Roosevelt Island. The best is the tram ride over on a sunny day. This is when you see the best views of the city. A short distance away is a nice way to spend the day. Walking around this residential island with lots to do and see.
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled solo
    Written 4 August 2023
  • Patricia A
    Chicago, Illinois537 contributions
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    Terrific place to visit incredible history!
    We had a great time coming to Roosevelt island! It was so much fun to be able to walk the entire island! We also happen to come when the Roosevelt area at the end was open and we could walk around his monument. so much history here! You will read everything about the blackwells and see The old historic hospital. We stayed for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. there's not an enormous amount of restaurants, but plenty. It's also very fun that you can rent one of the bikes along the road to ride bikes all around the island! So much fun!! it's also a very safe place to be because it's relatively small and hardly any riff-raff around. I can see why people live here. they can stay here where it's safe and quiet, and if they want the hustle and bustle, they can take the tramway straight to Manhattan and have all of that.
    Visited September 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 2 September 2023
  • therichastill
    Stevenage, United Kingdom2,927 contributions
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    Superb Views of Manhattan
    Roosevelt Island is tucked on the side of Manhattan Island. There is a road bridge linking it to Queens and there is also a cable car which can take you across the East River to the island from Manhattan where the terminal is on 2nd Avenue. I would definitely recommend this as a good way to get to the island. You can use your metro card to get across there and swipe again to get back. There are terminals at both stations that you can use to get a metro card of top up your existing one. Alternatively you can use your debit or credit card. There are a number of buildings on the island with offices and apartments. At the southern end of the island is the park and there are lots of lovely views from the island of the surrounding area. The Queensboro Bridge bisects the island however it is not possible to access the island from the bridge or vice versa. use the cable car instead.
    Visited October 2023
    Travelled solo
    Written 16 October 2023
  • Lainie L
    New York City, New York468 contributions
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    A great way to spend a Sunday!
    I'm a born and bred New Yorker but I've never been to Roosevelt Island. I know! How? My friends offered to show me around. This was a great way to spend a beautiful Sunday. It was sunny with clear blue skies, and most of the cherry blossoms were blooming. We took a comfortable stroll on the riverfront promenade, which was crowded with families, picnickers, and tons of people taking selfies. As you walk along the promenade, you'll come across the dilapidated ruins of the Smallpox Memorial Hospital before arriving at the 14-acre Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park in the south all the way up to the northern tip. Keep walking and you'll see the Roosevelt Island Lighthouse and the amazing statues commemorating the ground-breaking work by American journalist, Nellie Bly. Other than the promenade, there's not much to see or do. There are plenty of parks for recreational activities and playgrounds for little ones. There are no restaurants or delis, besides a few Chinese takeout places and a Duane Reade. I recommend bringing food or eating first before you come. I really enjoyed the walk, and it wasn't that crowded. I can imagine how busy and crowded the island will be when summer officially arrives.
    Visited April 2024
    Travelled with friends
    Written 8 April 2024
  • Sacha๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฌ
    Antananarivo, Madagascar38 contributions
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    A nice escape from busy NYC
    If you're looking for a quiet place to go in NYC, Roosevelt Island is one of those places. Hop on the tram or the subway at standard MTA fare and ride the RI buses for free through the island. The choice is yours between exploring the lighthouse and the girl puzzle monument at the northern point or strolling through the park and the remnants of the smallpox hostpital at the southern point.
    Visited April 2024
    Travelled with friends
    Written 19 April 2024
  • Victor L
    35 contributions
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    The Great Escape
    Great way to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Took the free shuttle bus around the island. Then walked the southern tip to the Roosevelt memorial. Great views all around. Took the tram over to the island and returned back to Manhattan on the F train.
    Visited May 2024
    Travelled with family
    Written 12 May 2024
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