High Line Park is a futuristic elevated linear park located on the west side of the Manhattan borough of New York City. The park is a 1.45 miles long greenway that runs from Gansevoort Street over to 34th Street in New York.
The park has bushes, flowers, art installations and has the view of New York’s skyline as a backdrop. It is the perfect park if you want to go sightseeing around NYC. ‘The River That Flows Both Ways’ by Spencer Finch is a famous piece of art in the High Line Park. ‘Still Life with Landscape’ by Sarah Sze, which is a steel-and-wood sculpture built as a house for birds and butterflies, is located near 20th and 21st Streets in NYC.
The High Line Park has a variety of eateries and restaurants where one can get New York-style bagels, smoothies, pancakes, and sandwiches. It is the best park in New York for a stroll or exploring the city.