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Hell’s Kitchen

W 34 St. to W 54 St.

This section of the Park is a popular destination for New Yorkers and visitors alike. Here, you can explore a National Historic Landmark at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, find opportunities to get out on the Hudson River by kayak, stand-up paddle board or cruise, and enjoy beautiful Park open spaces and stunning views.

Piers & Places

Enjoy Lobster? The North River Lobster Company serves patrons on Pier 81

Long home to the World Yacht excursion vessels, Pier 81 recently added the North River Lobster Company to its fleet.

A side view of the Circle Line cruise entrance on Pier 83 at Hudson River Park

An iconic New York City business and attraction, Circle Line has offered sight-seeing cruises and charters for generations of New Yorkers, school children and tourists.

Two Park visitors enjoying the fountain area on Pier 84 at Hudson River Park

With a thriving boathouse, HRPK classroom, a popular dog run, food and bike concessions and its signature fountain, Pier 84 is a Hell’s Kitchen gem.

The Intrepid sits on the Hudson River for passerby's to enjoy HRPK Pier 86

Pier 86 is home to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. The pier itself (but not the exhibits) is free and open to the public during museum hours.