Wednesday, April 13, 2016

10 Best Parks in New York City

It's almost Spring in the United States and that means time to enjoy some fabulous NYC parks! The city has quite a few, and some are just so lovely. I enjoy the small ones I come across just walking around the city, to be able to take a seat and relax. Central Park, the most famous, was created due to limited parks within the city. The Spring of 1858, they worked on building Central Park on land that wasn't very good, which created a paradise for those living in the city. It was the greatest work of art in the 19th century! How many of these parks have you visited?

In no particular order:

1. Flushing Meadows Corona Park
2. Central Park
3. The High Line Park
4. Hudson River Park
5. Riverside Park
6. Prospect Park
7. Inwood Hill Park
8. Govener's Island
9. British Garden at Hanover Square 216 E. 45th Street
10. Madison Square Park

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