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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.

Find what interests you by exploring the categories above. Visit, and then visit again!

The shot of City Vineyard at night with the white lights strung around the building and inside patrons enjoy wine

At Pier 26 in Tribeca: Find stunning views, live grapevines, local ingredients and wine made in the heart of NYC using grapes from the best vineyards in the country at City Vineyard.

Bar and stools at City WInery

At Pier 57 in the Meatpacking District: City Winery brings delicious local wines and stunning views from their spacious indoor dining room and waterfront outdoor patio.

Outdoor tables under green trees

At Pier 45 in Greenwich Village: Enjoy river views and outdoor dining at Hudson River Park's newest restaurant Drift In.

Grand Banks ship on the Hudson River

At Pier 25 in Tribeca: Grand Banks is a celebrated oyster bar aboard the historic wooden schooner, Sherman Zwicker.

A couple gaze at the fountain at Hook'd on Pier 84

At Pier 84 in Hell's Kitchen: Hook'd offers waterfront dining, including a raw bar, under a canopy of trees with bistro lights — a welcoming reprieve from everything — especially at sunset!

Malai at Market 57

Curated by The James Beard Foundation, Market 57 is New York City’s newest food hall. Featuring something for every palette, the market’s 15+ vendors showcase the culinary and cultural diversity from New York City’s local food scene.

Red and white vessel that houses the North River Lobster Company restaurant

At Pier 81 in Hell's Kitchen: Jump aboard the North River Lobster Company — offering fresh seafood, light fare, mason jar cocktails, buckets of beer & a raw bar.