Fort Tryon Park

Fort Tryon Park

40.861838, -73.932673

Scenic park in northern Manhattan with beautiful views and a dense network of paths around some unique attractions.

A gift to the city by John D. Rockefeller in 1917, Fort Tryon Park has beautiful views across the Hudson to the Palisades in New Jersey, which were bought by John D Rockefeller to preserve the quality of the view from Fort Tryon. The park is home to The Cloisters, a reconstructed medieval monastery housing medieval art from The Metropolitan Museum. There are miles of paths, a large dog run,...

Park Acreage:

67.21 acres

Municipality:

New York City

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Contact Information

Web Link:

New York City Department of Parks and Recreation

Phone:

Not available

Fees:

None

Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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