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Discover the latest from Hudson River Park! Find fun tips for your next visit, read up on upcoming events and dig deeper into exciting Park initiatives.

Whether you’re interested in our environmental research, educational offerings, sustainability initiatives, cultural programming, volunteer opportunities or vibrant year-round horticulture and wildlife, you’ve come to the right place. Enjoy getting to know your west side backyard!

Visitors trudge through the snowy park

Winter may be the sleepiest season for Park plants, but our horticulturists are still hard at work keeping your Park safe and beautiful.

Trees align the green lawn at Pier 84 in Hudson River Park

Pier 84—one of the largest piers on Manhattan’s waterfront—holds echoes of its past lives.

Vibrant pink hibiscus bloom in the Habitat Garden

Hibiscus and black-eyed Susans are bold, blooming reminders that summer is still in full swing along our riverfront!

Tribeca Viewing Gardens Beauty Coneflowers Echinacea

With bright, daisy-like petals and spiny, dome-shaped heads, your Park’s Echinacea—commonly called coneflowers—are some of HRPK's most iconic summer-bloomers.

alliums

These cheerful flowers are members of the same family as onions, garlic and shallots, though ornamental alliums like ours are a much better match for a flowerbed than a salad bowl.

Pink Crabapple Trees

As our deciduous trees spread new leaves and our tulips reach their tallest, the bright, dense flowers of our crabapple trees expand a vibrant palette.

Orange tulips grow in the Apple Garden in Hudson River Park

When they spring up all throughout Hudson River Park, our tulips offer the colorful promise that the blooming season is here to stay.