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Activities & Attractions

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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The Frying Pan, a red vessel at Pier 66a

Now found at Hudson River Park’s Pier 66, the Lightship “Frying Pan” is listed on both the New York State and National Registers of Historic Places.

A propeller powered plane is one of the many exhibits at the Intrepid Museum on Pier 86 at Hudson River Park

Friday, 3:00-4:00 PM, February 26, join a free, kid-friendly virtual tour of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. A museum educator will lead viewers on an exploration of the aircraft carrier Intrepid, which was used in World War II and the Vietnam War and also served as a recovery vessel for ...

The historic vessel John J. Harvey ports at Pier 66 A

John J. Harvey, a privately owned fireboat, is moored at Hudson River Park’s Pier 66a.

Night time with the historic vessel The Lilac lit up for the visitors

The LILAC, a historic steamship built in 1933 for the US Lighthouse service, docks on the north side of Hudson River Park’s Pier 25.

Pier 26 Tide Deck coastal environment at Hudson River Park

The Tide Deck, located at the western edge of Pier 26, is a manufactured rocky salt marsh created to provide an immersive and educational river ecology experience for our park patrons.

A group of Park visitors enjoy looking at the fish in the wetlab aquarium on Hudson River Park's Pier 40

Hudson River park's River Project Wetlab is a native aquarium and marine biology field station.