Hudson River Park is a place where children of all ages can play, learn and be inspired by new experiences. There are countless ways to get active and explore, including the Park’s free family-friendly cultural events and hands-on science programs. See a space shuttle, meet a seahorse, climb a pipefish — the Park is your oyster (and your Oyster Chariot awaits!)
Activities, Attractions and More
Feel the sand between your toes and get a great workout with friends at Hudson River Park’s Pier 25 beach volleyball courts.
Take a ride on Hudson River Park’s Pier 62 Carousel featuring 33 hand-carved, custom-designed Hudson River Valley animals.
This newly redesigned playground features a 64-foot wooden slide in the shape of a Pipefish, a nod to Hudson River’s aquatic wildlife.
Located on Hudson River Park’s Pier 86, the Intrepid Museum was founded in 1982 with the acquisition of the USS Intrepid, a National Historic Landmark.
The LILAC, a historic steamship built in 1933 for the US Lighthouse service, docks on the north side of Hudson River Park’s Pier 25.
Enjoy a fun day or evening at Manhattan’s only 18-hole miniature golf course. Players of all ages welcome. No reservation required, walk-ins only.
Filled with activities for children including swings, climbing structures and water features, children exercise their imaginations and muscles at this urban oasis.
Beloved by families, Hudson River Park’s Pier 51 playground offers water features and imaginative play with a nautical theme.
Hudson River Park's River Project Wetlab is a native aquarium and marine biology field station.
This “Street-style” skatepark features stairs, ledges and rails that resemble an actual street plaza. Open to all levels of skateboarders and rollerbladers.
This “California-style” skatepark uses structural foam to create shapes typically sculpted in nature. Open to all levels of skateboarders and rollerbladers.
Hudson River Park’s four miles of piers, esplanades and boast abundant play spaces and sports fields, courts and more.