Connect to free wi-fi using "GuestWiFi" at the dog run, playground, bathroom, benches at the Northwest and Eastern side of the park and the statue at the Southwest end, courtesy of Time Warner cable. Read more
Did you know that the arm & torch of the Statue of Liberty was displayed here in this park in the late 1800s before the statue was unveiled in the harbor in 1886? It was used as an observation deck! Read more
Check out all of the beautiful instillation art! Learn more about this quaint place to sit and much more from our professional guides on a luxurytour today! #hqt #tournyc #luxurytoursofnyc #iloveny Read more
Place of the famous arena until 1925, now this park and the area around are included in the most fashionable of the city. Stroll on the walkways heading south to see Rem Koolhaas unique building Read more
Was the home of the arm and torch of the Statue of Liberty for six years to raise money for construction! Learn this and so much for on a luxurytour with our professional guides today! #toursofnyc Read more
Kate Levin of the NYC department of cultural affairs heralds the streets as an outdoor museum. Check out the various installations of public art here and read more about Kate’s favorites on MetroFocus Read more
Madison Square Park, a seven-acre urban oasis, is located in the heart of Manhattan’s Flatiron District. The Madison Square Park Conservancy raises the funds that support lush and brilliant horticulture, park maintenance, park security and a variety of free cultural programs.