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Hudson River Park’s four miles of piers, esplanades and landscapes boast sunset views, scores of recreational and play spaces, stunning gardens and much more.
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Pier 84 is Hudson River Park's most popular pier in Hell's Kitchen. Featuring a centrally located swathe of lawn with trees, this is the perfect place to sunbathe.
The inviting and secluded Stonefield Landscape Sculpture is set amongst graceful weeping willows just south of Pier 64.
This southernmost section of the Park offers visitors a place to explore formal perennial gardens, lush lawns and a meandering boardwalk through native grasses, flowers and trees.
Home to established trees and shrubs, the storied West Village Park area includes the Apple Garden, named for the bronze sculpture designed by Stephan Weiss at its center, a whimsical tribute to New York City.