At 985 feet, Pier 25 is the longest pier in Hudson River Park. This lively pier includes Manhattan’s only 18-hole miniature golf course, sand volleyball courts, a popular children’s playground with water features and climbing structures, a flexible turf field and a snack bar. It is also a boating hub, featuring a town dock and small boat moorings and berthing areas for historic ships. Enjoy sweeping views of sailboats, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island while lounging at the end of the pier.
New York City has a long and rich maritime history, and Hudson River Park is proud to host several historic vessels that help bring that history to life. Pier 25 was specially designed to accommodate historic ships. Come aboard, learn and explore!
LILAC – America’s only surviving steam-powered lighthouse tender
Grand Banks – a docked vessel providing an award-winning, seasonal menu