High Line

High Line

Park, Scenic Lookout, and Trail
Chelsea, New York
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  • Burcu K.
    Burcu Karadayi3 days ago
    People are using this place gör many activities. Running, hanging, date, sun bathing...
  • David B.
    David Bernal1 week ago
    So crowded!
  • Ricardo M.
    Ricardo Mestre2 weeks ago
    A must-see, especially at night.
  • Thomas W.
    Thomas Wiecezak3 weeks ago
    Awesome experience.
    Upvoted 3 weeks ago
  • Owen H.
    Super fun and cool to walk along this elevated park. Have a beer up there by the river.
  • Nora 0.
    Nora 0eAugust 27
    Great walk bt the building
  • Jin M.
    Jin MoonAugust 26
    The high line route is best started at chelsea. 4 poke gyms on the way and tons of pokestops.
  • Nathan R.
    Nathan RiceAugust 26
    Beautiful. Wonderful place to wander.
  • Alex C.
    Alex CurrieAugust 24
    Awesome walk! Great views!
  • Sara Y.
    Sara YAugust 24
    Love it on a weekday!
  • Najd
    NajdAugust 24
    You'll never forget this place, truly amazing!
  • Jordan T.
    Jordan TaylorAugust 21
    One of the best free things to do in New York! I really want to go back at night the next time I'm in New York.
  • Antonio B.
    Antonio BentoAugust 21
    Cool! But crowded. The food there is very expesive
  • Daniela S.
    grab a lobster roll at chelsea market and enjoy a pic nic with a view at High Line <3
  • Sara .
    Amazing views and a great place to just chill. More fun to walk up and downtown up here!
  • Alexandra T.
    Awesome walk When it's sunny
  • Elliot C.
    Elliot ChanceAugust 16
    It's a park in the sky. It runs for about 1.6 miles but there's lots of places you can get on or off it along the way.
  • Tamara Y.
    Tamara YAugust 7
    Beautiful promenade with different situations along the way. You can find seating spots every few feet and there are water fountains to freshen up.
    Upvoted 4 weeks ago
  • Dave S.
    Dave SawyerAugust 5
    Be prepared to walk in a single file line for a mile or so if it's a nice weekend day.
  • Felipe B.
    Felipe BayAugust 4
    Can't miss when in NYC.
  • Dan S.
    Very crowded these days. Best to avoid when full of people because the paths are narrow at certain parts and you can't easily pass.
  • Pinkwhiskey g.
    Take your time deciding which cart to buy a goodie from since they all have something offer! Also enjoy the views & the quiet above the city!
  • Huiping H.
    This is the perfect location to watch a NYC sunset. Simply put, one of the great urban parks. What an amazing place!
    Upvoted Jul 21
  • Brian S.
    Stunning. A lush and modern architectural wonder. Amazing to the see the city from 15 ft above the pavement. You've never walked 15 blocks so quickly.
  • Diyana D.
    Diyana D.July 11
    Stunning scenery and genius idea, wish there's one back home :-) Try the velvet-raspberry sandwich icecream at their flea market!
  • Ale T.
    Ale TowerJuly 10
    Horribly crowded by tourists over the summer, sadly, although it gets better towards later in the evening. Amazing spot otherwise.
  • Justin M.
    The most underrated tourist destination in the city - you have to go walk it! The views are incredible.
    Upvoted Jul 19
  • Patti P.
    Plants, but go early
  • Jen Z.
    Jen ZJuly 3
    Views and flowers :)
  • jansen c.
    jansen cJuly 2
    Fantastic walk with good scenic view and beautiful flowers
  • Fernando A.
    Great place for a walk, nice to relax and a different view of NYC
  • Mark B.
    A great park. Start at the southern tip and walk the full way north past Hudson Yards. The new northern expansion is my favorite part — quieter, more natural. Gives you a new perspective on the city.
    Upvoted Jul 11
  • Andrew W.
    the views are great and the places to lounge are well-situated.
  • Josenny T.
    This place brings such peace and comfort, whether it's just sitting and enjoying the view, or taking a walk down the highline. You'll leave feeling brand new
  • Zac N.
    Zac NJune 19
    Tourist parade
  • Cameron G.
    One of my favorite outdoor places in Manhattan. Get there when the park opens at 7 AM to enjoy the view without the crowds.
  • Julie B.
    Great place !! Loved it
  • Anna S.
    Touristy but worth it
  • Fernando R.
    A must go. It's amazing!
  • Chelsea M.
    Chelsea MJune 11
    Beautiful! Lots of space to sit, but crowded
  • Malcolm C.
    They change the art installations frequently, so its never boring.
  • PureWow
    PureWowJune 2
    July 12th: Stargaze--and planet gaze--on the High Line with telescopes provided by the Amateur Astronomers Association of New York. Read more
  • Roger R.
    Roger RJune 2
    One of the coolest places in NYC! Come late so you can catch the sunset and end up in Chelsea Market for some of the best food around!
  • Mikahla V.
    Heavy tourist traffic but worth it for the incredible views.
  • Gabe S.
    Great views and relaxing city walking
  • William S.
    Very nice path, the idea of planting in the unused train line is very good and it's a great place to walk, sunbathe, relax
  • Kara M.
    Gorgeous views
  • constαntinα 🐾🐾
    If u have time and you like walking ,don't miss it
  • Nhm Tanveer Hossain K.
    Relaxing, happening, crowded place, however we love it
  • Andy D.
    Andy DMay 19
    Come on week nights for a nice view and fewer crowds.
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