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It's assumed that this park is named after President Andrew Jackson, since "Jackson Square" was first mentioned by newspapers in the 1850s, shortly after Jackson's death in 1845.
This park is a triangle because two of the sides (Gansovort St and Greenwich Ave) were formerly Native American footpaths used to get to a trading post on the Hudson River.
Bring your dog and just sit there with a cup of coffee
Stop here for some peace and quiet
Cute little park between the West Village & the Meat Packing District. Love the fountain! ❤
Nice display of pumpkin carvings at Halloween time--also nice place for a little break
One of my favorite little parks in the city. Free WiFi!
Nice quiet place to have lunch.
This tiny park on the border of the West Village and Meatpacking is a great place to relax with a cup of coffee and maybe even get some work done (free WiFi!).
The wifi portal would not come up on my iPhone so I couldn't connect. :(
Free wi-fi! Also, don't feed the birds as they will tell all their friends.
That step leaving the park westward is a woozie!
If you need a hobo, this is the place to come.
Right on the intersection of 8th avenue and 14th Street.
Lots of great seating around here.
Adoption event today! Really great animals looking for a "fur ever" home
You can use New York City free wifi after log in
This park has free wireless! And it is awesome.
Grab a smoothie from Equinox on Greenwich and sip on it in this park....very relaxing
If you're hungry, go across the street to Village Pizza, a staple of the area.