Bring the whole family to the High Line! Make memories and new friends as you play, create, and learn together on the park.
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The High Line is a great place to explore public art, horticulture, design, and history together! Here are a few things to keep in mind during your visit.
·You can look up all stroller- and wheelchair-accessible ramps and elevators here.
·During family programs, we provide parking for your stroller since they are not allowed due to space limitations inside the program.
·Plan your visit with this map of the park.
·Water fountains are available throughout the park.
·Restrooms with baby-changing stations are available at Gansevoort St. at the Diller-von Furstenberg Building and 16th St. on the High Line. Both bathrooms are wheelchair accessible.
·Play at the Pershing Square Beams, an area specially designed for children to climb and play within the original framework of the High Line's original steel beams.
·Dip your toes during the spring and summer at the Diller-von Furstenberg Sundeck & Water Feature.
·Please review some of the park's rules with your family. Please note that bicycles, scooters, and dogs are not permitted on the park.
American Sign Language interpretation can be arranged for public programs with at least two weeks' advance notice. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions about our family programming, please email email@example.com.
Explore the Chelsea Grasslands and Diller-von Furstenberg Sundeck with our two Family Activity Guides. The guides encourage observation, drawing, and exploring the colors of the High Line's plants and animals. Click to download and print from home.
Chelsea Grasslands Family Activity Guide Download
Diller von-Furstenberg Sundeck Family Activity Guide Download
Travel back in time to the industrial west side of Manhattan!
Over 150 years ago, freight trains ran along the street along us. As New York City grew, the trains became so dangerous for pedestrians that residents called 10th Avenue "Death Avenue." The High Line was built in the 1930s to elevate the trains and make the streets safer.
Once a year, ghosts from Death Avenue's past rise to haunt the High Line. Join us each October for Haunted High Line, a day of family friendly activities including a photo booth, face painting, dancing, music, live performances, ghosts, and more!
Families are invited to join us for our Make It! festival series. Create, listen, build, and learn as a family through stories, art, nature, and design!
Each month we explore new themes with interactive activities for children and their caregivers. Activities include our Mobile Garden with High Line Gardeners, a large-scale art project from local teaching artists, interactive storytelling, dance, and music performances to get you moving!
High Line Families is supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council.