Opened to the public in 2006

Situated between the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum and the Circle Line, Pier 84 stretches almost 1,000 feet into the river and measures nearly 100,000 square feet, making it one of the largest piers on the Manhattan waterfront.

Pier 84’s most distinctive feature is an interactive fountain that greets visitors and entices children and even some adults to get wet in fine weather.  Enjoy the fountain while dining at Hook’d or renting a bike at Bike Rentals NYC.

Walk west and you’ll find a dog run, the Pier 84 Community Garden maintained by the West 44th Street Block Association and Friends of Pier 84, Manhattan Kayak and an environmental classroom. Relax on the gently sloping lawn that accommodates picnics and sunbathing.

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Environmental Education Classroom

Hudson River Park’s River Project offers imaginative year-round programming focused on the Hudson River environment. The Pier 84 classroom is a primary programming location, providing indoor and outdoor space for investigating such topics such as water pollution and climate change.

Boathouse

Manhattan Kayak Company offers kayak and paddleboard adventures, lessons, rentals and group outings on Pier 84. Take advantage of daily programs, from Beginner through Elite levels.

History

The original Pier 84, built in 1924, was an arrival point for many, from Olympic athletes to foreign dignitaries to returning WWII soldiers. And for tens of thousands of immigrants, Pier 84 was their first stop in their new country before being shuttled by ferry to Ellis Island.

Learn more about the history of Pier 84.